Fed's have served up a number of subpoenas to a number of different employees of the Reverend Al Sharpton.
The idea that he is thought to maybe have been less than honest in his financial reporting is not what inspires this post.
Rather, it is the dismissal offered by his lawyer:
Lawyer Michael Hardy shrugged off the probe, which sought a vast array of business, political and personal records, as a federal fishing expedition.
"I can't think of a time when the Rev. Sharpton wasn't under investigation," he said.