Yemen hangs three killer pedophiles in public
August 9, 2018
August 9, 2018 7:08 PM EDT
A convicted child killer prepares to meet his fate with a public execution in Yemen.
Three twisted pedophiles who raped and murdered a 10-year-old boy were shot dead and strung up on a crane in a shocking public execution in Yemen.
In a series of sick photos shared on social media, crowds gathered in a public square in Sana’a to witness the gruesome spectacle.
The trio had been convicted of the sex slaying of Mosad Saleh al-Mothana.
Yemeni cops forced the trio — dressed in blue overalls — to lie face down on a mat as the throng howled for blood.
The end. Three pedos convicted of the sex slaying of a boy, 10, are publicly executed in Yemen.
A police officer fired five bullets into each of the men with the aim of hitting the heart.
And when they had breathed their last, their mangled corpses were strung up on a crane for all to see — and as a warning to others.
Yemen also recently executed another child killer in public in much the same manner. Hussein al-Saket, 22, was hanged after being convicted of abducting, raping and murdering a four-year-old girl.
The victim’s uncle, Ali Ayedh, said Saket “took part in the search for the girl before being unmasked” as the real killer during the probe.
He said his public execution would act as a “deterrent for criminals.”
'Muslim extremist' wanted captive kids to slaughter schoolchildren: Cops
August 9, 2018
August 9, 2018 5:55 PM EDT
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, left, sits next to public defense attorney Aleks Kostich.THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The leader of a doomsday Muslim cult planned an exorcism of a three-year-old boy and wanted child captives to commit mass murder at American schools.
Cops say Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39, was among the five adults arrested when authorities raided the makeshift desert structure in Amalia, near the Colorado border.
On the “filthy” compound, they found 11 children, ages one to 15, living in squalid conditions. The mothers of the 11 children — Jany Leveille, 35, Hujrah Wahhaj, 38, and Subhannah Wahhaj, 35 — and Lucas Morton were also arrested.
Conditions in the compound were described as “filthy”. TAOS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT.
The children have been placed in protective custody.
One of the kids told detectives they were being trained by their captors to commit school shootings using assault rifles.
Wahhaj was wanted previous to Friday’s raid for questioning in the mysterious disappearance of his four-year-old son, Abdul-Ghani.
The fanatic’s father is a New York City imam who has been linked to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in the Big Apple.
“[Occupants of the compound] were most likely heavily armed and considered extremist of the Muslim belief,” Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe told reporters.
According to a warrant released Monday, Wahhaj allegedly told the boy’s mother he wanted to perform an “exorcism” on his then-three-year-old son.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Wahhaj believed his son was “possessed by the Devil” because of the seizures he suffered and his inability to walk. The boy was reported missing in December.
The mugshot for alleged extremist Siraj Ibn Wahhaj. TAOS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT.
Wahhaj and his son were last seen together about two weeks after the child was reported missing. The pair were involved in a car crash on I-65 in Alabama.
A child’s body was found on the compound but it is not yet known if it’s Wahhaj’s son.
When police arrived at the compound, Wahhaj was armed with an “AR-15 rifle, five loaded 30-round magazines, and four loaded pistols, including one in his pocket,” according to Hogrefe.
Subhannah Wahhaj, mother of the missing boy and wife of alleged extremist Siraj Ibn Wahhaj. TAOS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT.
The sheriff said the children had no shoes, wore dirty rags for clothing and “looked like Third World country refugees.” He described the living conditions as “the ugliest looking, filthiest” he’s ever seen.
Prosecutors want the suspects — who have all pleaded not guilty — to remain in custody because of their “planning and preparation for future school shootings.”
— with files from The Associated Press