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Jury selection set to open in terrorism trial of extended family stemming from 2018 New Mexico raid

  • Jury selection is set to begin in federal court for the trial of an extended family accused of kidnapping and terrorism charges after a raid of their New Mexico compound in 2018. The defendants, including sisters Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhanah Wahhaj, along with Subhanah's husband Lucas Morton, are charged with conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States and providing material support for potential terrorists.
  • Agents raided the squalid encampment to find a sickly, missing 3-year-old boy, leading to the charges of child abduction. The family members are accused of engaging in tactical drills at the compound, raising concerns about potential acts of terrorism.
  • The trial is expected to reveal more details about the conditions of the New Mexico compound and the activities of the defendants, shedding light on the circumstances surrounding the kidnapping and suspected terrorist actions. The case raises questions about the extent of the family's involvement in criminal activities and the potential threat they posed.
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