This Judge is sick!
Sarah “Backus” scrubbed her Twitter and her Facebook, but she missed a few things. She forgot to delete her likes.
United Sates pic.twitter.com/oQyvEZvVyz
— Bobby (@doubobee55) July 27, 2018
I bleached this to wear at Tornillo TX protest Sunday …. pic.twitter.com/BxmT5cYQQ3
— swb (@swbtaos) June 21, 2018
— The Sports Whisperer🏀🏈⚾️🏒🎙 (@MonteAJP23) May 27, 2018
— swb (@swbtaos) February 27, 2018
This Anti Trump Judge is not Biased, Not part of the Deep State, Not part of the Real Collusion?
Then explain this away.
Taos District Court Judge Sarah Backus released all five defendants charged with abusing 11 children at a compound near Amalia, New Mexico during a hearing Monday.
Two of the children – one 13 years old and another 15 years old – have already provided crucial information to authorities about their lives at the makeshift compound.
According to the local paper The Taos News “The father of a toddler whose remains were likely found Monday (Aug. 6) at a remote compound in Northern New Mexico allegedly trained another child who was living there to commit school shootings.”
“The father… trained another child who was living there to commit school shootings”
The Taos News goes on to say ”
Siraj, however, believed the child suffered from a spiritual problem that could be remedied through an Islamic ritual known as a “ruqya.”
During the rituals, Taylor said Wahhaj read verses from the Quran while holding a hand to the child’s forehead. The witnesses said Abdul would choke and foam at the mouth during the rituals, which are described in a book found at the Amalia compound, titled “Sword Against Black Magic & Evil Magicians.”
During a ritual conducted in February, one child witness said the toddler’s heart stopped.
After the toddler’s death, one of the child witnesses said the body was ritually washed and wrapped in cloth, according to Islamic custom. The remains were then moved around the camp until they were finally placed inside a 100-foot tunnel investigators found at the property last week.”
“a 100-foot tunnel”
Who has a 100-foot tunnel at their home? That alone would be a reason not to let them out.
The Judge has let many criminals out on the street.
According to The Taos News
“A Taos man with multiple felony convictions, a history as a fugitive and pending charges for allegedly battering his girlfriend, newborn baby and a healthcare worker at Holy Cross Hospital was recently granted release from prison, where he had been held pending the resolution of several cases filed against him in Taos County.” was released by…. you guessed it, Sarah “Backus”