Update*: Nikki Haley provided reporters on Friday with a letter from the IRS stating that she is not being investigated on tax fraud related to a Sikh center where her father is a member. Nor, she says, was she even involved in the center's finances. “It is flat out not true,” Haley told Columbia's The State. “I have never kept their books. I've never made deposits. I never signed checks. I never did financial statements. This is a church that I don’t go to. There are no issues related to me and that church.”
Meanwhile, the Public Record responded to defend their decision to go public with their anonymous report:
We’re glad the IRS stated today that they apparently found nothing untoward regarding the temple’s finances ... Since no normal person would have been able to get the IRS to send them such a letter within a day of these questions hitting the blogosphere, and since the IRS certainly didn’t answer our phone calls, the only way to get an answer to our questions was by taking them to the public.
That seems like an admission that their "question" of whether Haley's indictment was imminent has a definitive answer of "no." At least for those who hope their public officials are in good standing with the IRS, this is a happy ending.