Retired CIA sources in Texas tell us that the recent break-in of the Bexar County Court House in San Antonio was not the work of a few drunk French nationals, said to be of Moroccan descent, but part of a larger intelligence operation directed against the United States by a foreign intelligence service, reportedly that of Israel.
On October 22, 2011, WMR reported: "although they broke into a court house and were, allegedly, French citizens of Moroccan descent, charges against three of the five 'tourists' were dropped by Bexar County Magistrate Judge Amalia 'Molly' Cavazos" The decision puzzled the Bexar County Sheriff's office and the county district attorney's office.
The incident at the Bexar County Court House also worries U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar, a member of the House Homeland Security Committee. Cuellar KSAT-TV in San Antonio that the night before the "French" nationals broke into the court house, a Turkish national was detained for suspiciously taking photographs of the old main post office building, which is next to the Alamo. Like the French nationals, the Turkish national was said to be a tourist.
Sources believe the presence of the "French" nationals in the court house was related to the nearby GEOINT Symposium, billed as the nation's largest annual intelligence event, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center was related to the operations of the team at the court house.
The word is that law enforcement and U.S. intelligence are prohibited from arresting and bringing charges against Israeli intelligence agents in the United States, even if the agents are found to be involved in operations that impact on U.S. national security and threaten the safety of American citizens. To pursue Israeli intelligence operations, against an unwritten prohibition, is for an FBI or CIA agent to sign his or her own professional death sentence, with a charge of "anti-Semitism" sealing the fate of anyone who dares challenge the "hands-off" policy on Israeli agents.
We received the following from a veteran U.S. intelligence source in Texas:
"Too many unanswered questions. The charges against the three were dropped by a Magistrate Judge even before the search of the RV was completed. I can't help but wonder if they installed some type of listening devices inside of the Court House? Also, if it is the Court House that I am thinking of, there is a direct line of sight to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. If it is that specific Court House then they could have easily installed a micro-transmitter capable of intercepting signals intelligence from the National Geospatial Intelligence Convention somewhere in the Court House, which has yet to be discovered. Their computers would have the requisite receivers and they could have lingered in the area and picked up intelligence from the convention center. I also find it interesting that the charges were dropped by a Magistrate Judge before the RV was searched and before the computers could have been gone through. The five are probably on their way to whatever their next destination is.
Israel appears to have learned its lesson from past intelligence exposures on U.S. soil. By using nationals of France and Turkey, both of which have an ample number of sayanim, Jewish collaborators for Israeli intelligence, Israeli consular officials can avoid the diplomatic and public relations fallout, such as what arose after arrests across the country of Israeli "art students," "movers," and mall kiosk vendors. Instead of Israeli diplomats with egg on their faces, that fell to French and Turkish consular officers in Texas. There was also the odd report that the French consulate in Dallas was contacted to handle the matter of the five burglars at the San Antonio Court House. However, the French are represented in Dallas by an Honorary Consul, hardly the sort of individual who would get involved in a potential criminal matter involving French nationals. France maintains a full consulate in Houston.
The five French nationals arrested claimed not to be conversant in English, however, they were all proficient in English. Israelis, when arrested, often claim to not understand English, which results in a delay in interrogations until Israeli diplomatic officials can bail them out.
We also received the following item of interest from intelligence sources in Texas: "This district for U.S. District Courts [Hipolito F. Garcia Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Southern District of Texas] has more CIA operatives in it than anywhere else in Texas outside of Houston. I am told that. St. Mary's Law School in San Antonio is a major player in security and terror. In reading this story, couple the highest ranking Mossad spy in Texas with that program at St. Mary's."
On October 25, 2011, WMR reported: "Retired CIA sources in Texas tell WMR that the recent break-in of the Bexar County Court House in San Antonio was not the work of a few drunk French nationals, said to be of Moroccan descent, but part of a larger intelligence operation directed against the United States by a foreign intelligence service, reportedly that of Israel . . . Sources believe the presence of the "French" nationals in the court house was related to the nearby GEOINT Symposium, billed as the nation's largest annual intelligence event, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center was related to the operations of the team at the court house."
WMR has now been informed by law enforcement sources in Texas of the following concerning the break-in: "[A] further analysis of the photo of the two men walking down the hall in the Bexar County Courthouse: At the top left it indicates:
CH126.96.36.199.1:14AM. As I interpret that data, it is Camera 32 and the photo was taken at 1:14 AM which is consistent with the alleged entry at or about 0100, which means that the photo released to the media is only one of many others and was, by the reports, taken 14 minutes after the alarm on the fire escape went off. Both men are carrying boxes and the front man has what appears to be a pouch hanging from his belt on his right side.
Two of the five "drunk Frenchmen" seen on court house security cameras.
The conclusion of law enforcement in Texas who are not trained. i.e., brainwashed,| by the Israelis is that there was something in the boxes being carried by the "drunk Frenchmen" and it is reminiscent of suspicious Israeli "art student" and "mover" behavior around federal and state buildings prior to 9/11. However, considering that the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, and the military were ordered to "stand down" on pursuing criminal investigations of pre-9/11 Israeli intelligence activities, it is unlikely that further proof that the Bexar court house break-in will go anywhere since San Antonio judges and law enforcement officials appear to be taking their orders from elsewhere on the "drunk Frenchmen...."