IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) –Documents show Ron Paul’s presidential campaign didn’t return repeated messages from an Army investigator looking into a soldier who endorsed Paul in uniform at an Iowa rally.
Army records obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act detail its investigation of Jesse Thorsen, who was reprimanded in March.READ MORE: Former West Mesquite High School Football Player Aaron Lowe Fatally Shot In Utah
Investigator Bradley Borgos wrote that he made numerous attempts to contact Paul’s campaign in Iowa, but calls and voicemails weren’t returned. He says he requested more time to investigate so they could respond, but no one did. The campaign says it’s looking into the matter.READ MORE: 'What More Would I Want?' Dallas Cowboys Trumpeter Freddie Jones On Entertaining Fans
Borgos says he wanted to know more about Thorsen’s campaign involvement. Thorsen told investigators he was surprised Paul didn’t tell him wearing his uniform would be problematic before calling him to the stage.
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