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SAN ANTONIO — A man who found a green metallic tube while cutting trees on his Comal County property thought it had a military look, like a rocket launcher.
He was right.
He was wrong to pick it up, take it home and display it on his dining room table.
A decal on the equipment discovered by Jarrette Schule said: “Guided Missile and Launcher, Surface Attack.”
“I had never seen it before,” said Schule, 34. “I looked at it, and it kind of looked like a missile launcher.”
Schule did not want to leave the launcher on his vacant property, so he loaded it in his truck and took it to his house.
The San Antonio Express-News reported that he spent Tuesday afternoon calling the FBI, Homeland Security and other agencies.
“Everyone was handing it off to everybody else,” he said.
Schule called military police at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, who passed his information to an Army criminal investigator. The special agent visited him Wednesday morning.
“She said this is the first time she ever encountered anything like this,” Schule said. “I got the impression it was kind of a big deal. Doesn’t happen every day, I guess.”
Originally posted by DaddyBare
reply to post by Violater1
Ya but think of all the damage you can do with those Cuticle Scissors...
Besides I've been through those airport gates too and no where on their list does it say "No Anti-Tank Rockets"