Why NM Child Abuse Suspects Were Granted BondThe decision is based on a constitutional amendment that revamped the state's bail laws and raised the legal threshold for detaining suspects before trial.
Investigators Return To New Mexico CompoundThe latest developments on this bizarre case involving a religious ritual, a love triangle and a plea for money and guns
Five Claims From New Mexico Compound Hearing RevealedAfter hearing four hours of riveting testimony, a New Mexico judge on Monday decided that five adults arrested in the New Mexico compound raid aren't a threat to the community and granted them bond.
New Mexico Compound Case TimelineTimeline and new details about the family, revealing a complex picture that includes the search for a missing toddler, allegations of child abuse and religious rituals, including a belief that the young boy would become Jesus.
A Tale Of 2 Causes: Violent Mission Vs. Religious JourneyNew Mexico compound suspects were granted unsecured bond as judge Sarah Backus did not find the evidence compelling enough to incarcerate the defendants until trial.
What We Know About the New Mexico Compound SuspectsWhat is known about the New Mexico compound suspects
Neighbor Raises Questions About New Mexico Compound Search TimingA property owner questioned Friday why authorities did not search a squalid New Mexico compound sooner for a missing boy, saying he told them in late spring that he had met the child's father at the site and that the man was wanted in Georgia for kidnapping his own son.
Inside The New Mexico CompoundFollowing last Friday’s raid of a New Mexico compound where children were allegedly being trained for future school shootings, NBC’s Gadi Schwartz takes a look inside the compound, where children were living in gruesome conditions and authorities discovered what are though to be the remains of a missing Georgia boy.
Father Says Compound Suspect As High-Strung, Not RadicalImam Siraj Wahhaj says the son he knew before losing touch with him in the past year was not "radical." Siraj Ibn Wahhaj may have been "high-strung," but the father says never believed his son was extreme enough to kill anyone.
Prosecutors: Emaciated Children Say Missing Boy Died At NM CompoundCourt documents released this week are revealing new allegations in the discovery of emaciated children at a New Mexico compound -- including that at least one of the kids was being trained to commit school shootings, and that an adult buried a long-missing child there.
Updated: Prosecutors Say New Mexico Compound Children Training For School ShootingsIn court filings, prosecutors only said they believe the children received advance weapons training and did not provide further details.