The couple charged with training potential school shooters in New Mexico reportedly planned attacks on hospitals and other “corrupt institutions,” according to new information released by federal prosecutors.
The “extremists” compiled a 10-page manifesto titled “Phases of a Terrorist Attack” where they outlined their plans to attack soft-targets throughout the country. Investigators say the duo specifically targeted Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia for a potential assault.
The female extremists “expressed her displeasure with Grady Hospital … due to treatment she and her mother received there.”
“Prosecutors also outlined allegations that Wahhaj and his 3-year-old son, Abdul-ghani Wahhaj, left Georgia without taking medications the boy needed to treat severe health problems, including seizures that stemmed from a lack of oxygen and blood flow at birth,” writes Fox News.
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