A continuation of The Year In Which All Conspiracy Theories Want To Come True
I don’t know what this is all about, but it’s mighty suspicious.
Could be just some petty criminals, or could be something more nefarious.
The only reason we’re raising it is that this is The Year In Which All Conspiracy Theories Want To Come True.
A reader sent me this link to Foreign Policy Magazine, Cameras Catch Mystery Break-In at Whistleblower’s Law Firm , but it has a pop-up which prevents viewing unless you register, so here’s the story from Hot Air:
A Dallas office building suffered multiple break-ins over a weekend, but curiously, all in one suite. An unlocked office across the hall with expensive computer equipment went untouched, as did bars of silver in the office that did get burglarized. Either these burglars were the most incompetent ever as they kept going back to the same office and coming up empty — or they wanted something very specific. And what makes the latter the most likely scenario is that the office that got burglarized happens to be the law office representing a State Department whistleblower that wants to expose corruption and obstruction at the highest levels of Foggy Bottom (via Jammie Wearing Fool):