So, given the monumental arrogance of democrats, they did the only thing they could do.... nothing.
They refused to disclose the possible silver bullet to the Allen rip-off.
This article picks up the story from there:
Saturday, August 27, 2005 - Page updated at 12:00 AM
Fine in stadium verdict called "peanuts"
By Christine Clarridge
Seattle Times staff reporter
Armen Yousoufian took case to state high court.
A Seattle hotelier, who took on King County for its failure to release public documents on what the county would gain from a Seahawks football stadium, lost an eight-year court battle this week when a judge fined the county $15 per violation for each day it flouted the public-records law.
The fine and fees levied against the county of almost $500,000 make it the largest Public Disclosure Act verdict in the state's history, but the ruling was seen by some as a blow to the act.
"It's peanuts to the county, and it won't change their behavior," said David Balint, an attorney for hotelier Armen Yousoufian. "The message to the people is that they will have to be wealthy and able to hire a lawyer to get the government to give them documents."