Are Islamic Terrorists Making Their Way Through Texas? Graffiti in Scurry County Targeted Against Lubbock
In the wake of the failed Garland, Texas terror attack, photographs have emerged of some disturbing graffiti found near a rest stop in Scurry County.
Posted by Sean Hannity on Monday, May 11, 2015
In the wake of the May 3 shooting in Garland, Texas, there is a heightened sense of concern that Islamic terrorists may try to enter the United States through the Mexican border.
Monday afternoon, Sean Hannity's website Hannity.com shared photos of Islamic graffiti aimed against Lubbock, Texas.
The photographs were sent to Hannity.com by a Hannity Radio Show listener. The graffiti reads: "Allah Akbar, LBK TX." Also included in the graffiti is an image that appears to be a drawing of a bomb. "LBK" is an unofficial abbreviation for Lubbock.
Texas DPS Spokesman Tom Vinger told Hannity.com that the DPS does not have any updateson the graffiti and that it's "too early to draw conclusions."
Authorities do not know when the graffiti was painted, nor if it was before or after May 3's terrorist attack in Garland. Two men were killed by police in Garland while they "attempted to wage jihad" on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon-drawing contest they saw as offensive to Muslims.
Scurry County is in the listening area of Sean Hannity affiliates; News/Talk 790, KFYO in Lubbock and News/Talk 1470, KYYW in Abilene. Lubbock is about 90 miles northwest from where the graffiti appeared.