Somebody is telling stories again. From the looks of it, most likely it is Apple, but that's not a definitive thing. Yet. Remember back when Apple, Google, and AT&T had to answer the FCC's questions regarding the Google Voice debacle on the iPhone? Everybody published their respective answers, but Google was the only one who redacted some of its response.
Now, supposedly due to Freedom of Information Act requests, the FCC and Google have removed the redactions and we see that Google is directly contradicting Apple's claim that they didn't reject the app, they are still reviewing it. Google lists some communications that say Apple did indeed reject the app. Mike Arrington of TechCrunch says Google dropped a nuke on Apple with this one, and has one more up its sleeve. Apparently visual evidence of the app's rejection.
Nobody really bought Apple's story to begin with, and this is certainly far from decided. When corporate battle is joined, anyone can say anything. But one way or the other, someone is going to join the Orly Taitz Hall of Fame on this one before it is over.