Tapping Scott Brown

All political stories since 1/19 find their roots in Scott Brown's election, so I'm trying to figure out how the attempted tapping of Senator Mary Landrieu's phones could be linked to our newest Super Hero.
More details are emerging about the arrest in New Orleans of conservative filmmaker James O'Keefe and three other men who allegedly lied their way into the local office of Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and then -- in FBI speak -- "willfully and maliciously" tried to interfere with the lawmaker's telephone system.
Perhaps the alleged perpetrators are Scott Brown groupies, and they heard that he was going to be calling the Louisiana Democrat for a chat?
According to an affidavit signed by FBI special agent Steven Rayes, two of the men "have admitted to federal agents that they were not telephone repairmen (as witnesses say they claimed) and that they entered the offices of Senator Landrieu under false pretenses." O'Keefe and the fourth man, according to the affidavit, "have also admitted to federal agents that (they) worked with ... (the others) in the planning, coordination and preparation of the operation."
We'll see. Nevertheless, it seems a pretty dumb enterprise for the ACORN Buster to be involved in. Same again for the son of a federal prosecutor.