(Via Pat Dollard)
SAN ANTONIO – The old Bexar County Courthouse was buzzing with FBI agents and a bomb squad after two men were found inside the building early Wednesday morning.
Investigators said two men allegedly climbed a fire escape to the downtown courthouse and entered an unlocked door on the fourth floor around 2 a.m. The men told police they were visiting from out of town, trying to get a tour of the city.
…and, you know, it looked like a youth hostel. Also, the door was open and they like, you know, searched for hours for the receptionist. Oh, and they were here to hunt elk, too.
Investigators said the men spoke French and had Moroccan passports.
Oops. Our bad. Obviously Presbyterian missionaries, then.
Investigators said other documentation found inside the RV showed the suspects have done extensive traveling to high-level security facilities around the country.
What part of “being on a tour” don’t you raaaaacist infidels understand???