Since the reporter for the San Bernardino based The Sun failed to investigate Ms Spach's comments further, we did.
"She was in an office all by herself," Spach said. "She felt unsafe in their company."
Spach, who identified herself as Kaelke's supervisor, said Kaelke lied to the undercover bloggers because she was afraid and wanted to "come across as a strong individual."
"It was a defense mechanism," Spach said.
Spach said Kaelke was not a prostitute or otherwise in the sex industry and did not shoot her husband.
"Her husband is alive and well," Spach said..
We found the Ms Kaelke was arrested in for PC Criminal Threat on an incident that occurred in Victorville on 12/31/1996. She was later released on $25,000 bond. The case report further indicates Ms Kaelke completed her probation on June 3, 2008. She also was ordered to attend an alcohol program.
The San Bernardino Police Department is investigating.
ACORN continues to charge the videos exposing their employee's are an "unethical example of journalistic entrapment." We guess Chris Hansen with Dateline is going to have to start looking for a new job since unethical journalistic entrapment seems to now be an illegitimate method of reporting.
Parts 2 and 3 of the undercover video featuring Ms Kaelke follow: