““What we lacked in space we made up for in excitement. One night while the rest of our family slept, Nada washed some clothes by hand in the sink. She had brought along some rope to fashion a clothesline just in case. With square footage at a premium, she crawled over the air mattress, across the bed, over a stack of luggage, and through a window to reach an adjoining roof. The handy, flat surface was walled by towering buildings on all sides. As she was tying her clothesline, an armed SWAT team descended upon her and her laundry suddenly out of the darkness in full force like ninja warriors. They scared the wits out of Nada but, fortunately, were disarmed quickly by the Batman undies draped across the makeshift clothesline. We found out later that the Drexlers, in the room next door, had reported noises on the roof, precipitating the all-out raid."
(John Stockton and Kerry L. Pickett, Assisted: An Autobiography [Salt Lake City: Shadow Mountain, 2013], 216).”