Police Find Bricks, Pipes and ‘Anarchist’ Graffiti on Rooftop Near Tampa RNC Site

Posted by on Aug 22, 2012 at 9:47 am

Obviously those showing up to cause mischief during the Republican Convention will be described as mostly peaceful.

Tampa police say they’ve confiscated bricks and pipes from a rooftop in Tampa, and discovered what they say is “anarchist” graffiti.

The anonymous symbol was spray painted, along with the number “99” in red paint.

Hmm. 99. Wonder what that could mean? Oh, right, the mantra of the Obama zombies from OWS.

All of it was found on top of a building at 1000 North Florida Ave., which is at the corner of Florida Avenue and Tyler Street.

“We are appreciative that the business owner called us,” Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor said Tuesday afternoon.

“Finding those items for us was not a surprise,” she added.  “We are just pleased to see the communications process worked the way it did.”

Bill Warner is a private investigator who tracks and researches radical groups all over the world. He says the stockpile is a sign of trouble ahead.

These are tactics terrorists use in the Middle East. They will hide bricks in piles in buildings and so forth. They will move into the area start their little protests. Then they will find their pile of bricks and pipes and start busting out windows,” Warner said.

And the media will be more than happy to give them all the attention they want.

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