Friday, May 11, 2007

Coulter Walks After High-Level FBI Agent Intervenes

By Cernig

Check this out. Ann Coulter has been cleared of allegations that she falsified her Palm Beach County voter's registration and voted illegally. But now the FBI are investigating why Supervisory Special Agent Jim Fitzgerald, of the FBI Academy's Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico, Va. made unsolicited calls to Palm Beach police on Coulter's behalf.

Coulter's lawyer had told police that she had put the wrong address on record to protect herself from a stalker when she moved into her new $1.8 million home and that was why she voted at the wrong precinct under the wrong address. Suddenly, up pops Fitzgerald:
He confirmed "he has been working a stalking incident" involving the best-selling author. He added that "he did not have information relating to the allegations of voting improprieties nor did he have any intention to sway the outcome" of Villa's investigation.
And the supposed stalker?
Fitzgerald identified him as conservative Christian, rabid anti-Coulter blogger Dan Borchers of Borchers said he remembers talking to two FBI agents about stalking accusations — in 1998.

"They stayed for five minutes," he said, "told me to be careful not to scare Ann Coulter. She hollers stalker at anybody who opposes her."

Fitzgerald told Villa that the supposed Borchers probe led to no arrest and he saw no reason why Coulter's address should remain secret.
The detective who investigated the allegations and closed her case without ever actually speaking to Coulter is now back in uniform on airport duty...

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