There's obviously one thing we can't let slide:
"When you look back and consider some of the things that have been said -- I mean literally accusations that this administration should be in jail, or I should be in jail, or I've broken the law, some of the personal attacks that they make -- it's very difficult for me to deal with somebody that believes that or at least says that." (P-G, James O'Toole)
Then it's time to rip apart this agreement -- the one in which Ravenstahl's own infinitely and quite illegally empowered henchman, who had just publicly accused his boss of corruption, left the City with 150% of his ordinary severance after having served just 30% of his term.
Also we can explain how the permit came to be awarded "in violation of city regulations" (thank you Mr. O'Toole), why the issue was never run past city lawyers at any of several points it still could have made a difference, and whether or not it is now the City's intention to finally enforce its regulations and have the blight torn down.
Let's talk openly about it if there's no problem. It's not like we claim to know exactly what happened and why. We're just watching people walk away with bags of money, watching judges disagree with you repeatedly, and watching good public servants get released -- so of course we assume the worst. Please set our minds at ease. Take some damn responsibility.