Saturday, May 12, 2007

FBI agent steps into Coulter voting case

What the hell happened to all of the concern at the DOJ about voter fraud? We were becoming convinced that voter fraud had become the bane of Democracy.

Oh, well, I guess it wasn't that big of a deal after all.

FBI agent steps into Coulter voting case:

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter has been cleared of allegations that she falsified her Palm Beach County voter's registration and voted illegally — this, after a high-level FBI agent made unsolicited phone calls to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office to vouch for Coulter.

The caller wasn't just any G-man. According to PBSO documents, he was Supervisory Special Agent Jim Fitzgerald, of the FBI Academy's Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico, Va. — the closest reality gets to the serial-killer catchers on CBS' Criminal Minds.

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