5 Moroccan Muslims Arrested After Breaking into Texas Courthouse (Video)


Five foreign nationals were arrested after a break-in at a county courthouse in San Antonio, Texas on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011. (KABC Photo)

WOAI has a video report:

Someone please explain this one…
5 Moroccan Muslims were arrested today after breaking into the San Antonio Courthouse.
Surely there’s an innocent explanation(?)
WOAI reported:

Five men in their twenties, described as French-Moroccan Muslims, are being questioned by the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force and by officials of the Department of Homeland Security after they were arrested inside the 120 year old Bexar County Courthouse in downtown San Antonio shortly before 2 this morning, 1200 WOAI news reports.

Officials say three of the men crawled through a window to get into the 120 year old Courthouse, which is a landmark in downtown San Antonio, and theother two were found in a van parked in front of the building.

Inside the van, officials say they found “photographs of infrastructure” including photos of shopping malls, water systems, courthouses and other public buildings which they say were taken in cities nationwide.

“They got travel documents, parking passes, they have been all over the country,” one law enforcement officials who asked not to be identified told 1200 WOAI’s Michael Board on the scene. “A lot of photographic equipment, a lot of documentation equipment inside their vehicle.”

Officials say the five men entered the country legally on visas from Heathrow Airport in London. They didn’t immediately know how long the men have been in the U.S., or what places they may have visited.

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