The leeches congregated among the underground slime and dark sludge of InsolvenCity's water authority appear to have become aggressive. The solution would likely involve an investigative flashlight (controlled, this time, by someone other than the politically compromised, personally conflicted and morally bankrupt). A reasonable over-under on how many people might be incarcerated after a legitimate investigation would seem to be 2.5.
On the other hand, we wouldn't be surprised if a meeting concerning this very subject, involving the elected official who is the natural candidate to conduct such an investigation, has already occurred.
UPDATE: Rich Lord, Joe Smydo and Tim McNulty lack subpoena power, but they can be handy with flashlights, as if on cue.
UPPERDATE: Speaking of handy, InsolvenCity solicitor Dan Regan provides (inadvertently, we assume) a useful signal concerning the value of what follows when he introduces his legal opinion with "To our knowledge . . . "
Infinonytune: Shine A Light, The Rolling Stones
Infinonytune: I'm Waiting For The Man, Velvet Underground
Infinonytune: Drowned, Pete Townshend
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