I had completely forgotten about the Jesse Ventura bit, but it is instructive as it says so much about the way the Lynch thought process works.<quoted text>
Lynch, when are these television crews coming into town? I'm still waiting on that Jesse Ventura interview you mentioned. I would be more than happy to be interviewed off course but it would have to be under anonymity because I wouldn't want to blow my cover like you did when posing as that Federal Investigator. Could you please give me a heads up when they come around, ok?
"Stamos, Jesse Ventura is coming to Fitchburg to do a show on this corruption. Have you seen his show yet on other corruption? I just sat down with him and we went over details and locations ect. It is all ready to blow wide open! I told him about you and he is interested in interviewing you. I told him that you may be a "looney bird" from the PIP shelter. His team was finger printing the mail that I recieved as they have already deemed the antibiotic "ciprofloxacin" is an effective cure toward it's contents. Nice try!"
He must have sent Governor Ventura a crazy letter ("You need to come to Fitchburg!!Expose the Good Old Boys and the corruption against me! LMAO!!! I AM NOT ON PROBATION! The Blue Light is watching me!!! Interesting, Huh? LMAO! LMAO! Karma! Investigate THAT PUKE EDITOR!!!". And so forth).
In Lynch's crazy mind, just dropping the letter in the mailbox was immediately transformed into an active investigation, followed by hallucinations that Ventura sat down with him and, well, you know the rest (But I'm betting that Lynch's letter was too crazy even for Ventura's producer to understand).
So when he says that the FBI, DA, Ethics Commission, et al, are investigating something or someone, all it means is that he has sent someone a rambling, crazy nearly incoherent letter with names of "suspects."
If he was following this MO, telling people that there was an investigation of an alien spaceport in Ashby, it would just be crazy stuff from a crazy man and mildly funny. But he names people or organizations in the full knowledge that it isn't true. Or maybe not. I suppose when a person is really off their rocker they might actually convince themselves that these things are real.
Which means there are only three possibilities to explain this repeated behaviour. Lynch is lying, crazy, or both.