New Mexico compound jihadis released on bond after charges of racism and “Islamophobia”
Two Muslim men and three women are charged with 11 counts of child abuse each after police raided their compound in New Mexico and discovered 11 malnourished children living in squalor. Despite law enforcement authorities saying that they believe that the children were being trained to attack innocents, and that the adults were radicalized, Judge Sarah Backus released the suspects. Their lawyer argued that there was a double standard in the case because his clients were Muslims. He argued that if they had been Christian and white, "we might not be here today."