from the comments…
1) The FBI knew for months about these (mujahedin) terrorists who had kidnapped a toddler, and did nothing.
2) Local law enforcement barged in and made arrests without support from the Feds, because they knew about the kidnapped toddler.
3) Shortly after the arrests, the terrorists’ compound was bulldozed and all evidence not already seized by local law enforcement was destroyed.
4) The suspects were all released on nominal bail. 5) Now the prosecutors have failed to file charges by a deadline that they have known about since the case began, so the judge has released three of the suspects. Really? Did they have something more important to do?
Number three, the compound was bulldozed and all evidence in the hands of the FBI was destroyed, if true (and the compound is gone) indicates that the FBI had a hand the activities here and may be an accessory after the fact in the death of a child.
Another nail in the coffin of the FBI as a agency of the US Government?