"The Huffington Post reached FBI spokesman Richard Kalko by phone, who at first said he would have no comment about the ACORN investigation. (No surprise.)
But when told that the McCain campaign had sent out a memo alleging that Barack Obama had critical information to the case, Kalko asked for more details.
'When did they send that out?' he asked. When told it was a fresh release, Kalko asked the Huffington Post to forward him Davis's statement. 'I'd like to take a look at that,' Kalko said. 'Though I don't want to get your hopes up that I'll comment.'
Moments later, Kalko emailed back, writing: 'We have no comment on this issue.'
Reached again by phone and asked whether Davis's release would be taken seriously as an investigatory matter, Kalko merely said: 'It's just too political for us to be involved. We're just going to hide under our desks over here. Sorry.'"
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