Someone launched a missile near Los Angeles Monday night and as of Tuesday morning, the Pentagon still doesn't know who.
A local television station showed video of the launch spotted around 5 p.m. captured by a traffic helicopter around sunset. The location was reported to be west of Los Angeles, north of Catalina Island and approximately 35 miles out to sea, KFMB reported.
It does appear a substantial missile was launched into the skies over Southern California Monday evening but no one in the military is owning up to it yet, according to NBC Pentagon correspondent Jim Miklaszewski.
Hey... maybe it was a Ted Rall warning shot...