A few years back, it was overheard that there were a number of suspicious incidents on ferry boats that ply the waters around Seattle. In fact, via Michelle Malkin, we learned of over 157 incidents (surveillance, security breaches, videotaping, etc) reported by the Seattle Times in October 2004, 19 of which were serious enough to warrant full FBI scrutiny.
Now Ms. Malkin is reporting that the FBI is looking for help in identifying a couple of persons of interest who have been acting suspiciously on the boats, but the Seattle Times refuses to run pictures to assist in the identification of these subjects. Why? We figure it's because the subjects look like this:
The FBI is asking for the public’s help two identify two men who have been seen acting strangely aboard Washington State ferries recently.
According to federal agents, passengers have seen the men on several occasions exhibiting unusual behavior. The FBI did not say precisely what that unusual behavior entailed.
Anyone who knows the men or there whereabouts are asked to call the FBI at (206) 622-0460.
Hopefully, at that point, the residents of Seattle will storm the Seattle Times building and lynch everyone they find within before burning the building to the ground. Unfortunately, it's Seattle, so they probably won't.