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October 25, 2007 4:41 PM

What really bugs Sharkansky about Satterberg

Posted by David Postman

Stefan Sharkansky is now on part five of his series, "The Uninspiring King County Prosecutor's Race." Today he has a long post detailing a complaint he filed with the prosecutor's office about — this won't surprise you — alleged unlawful ballot counting in King County. Sharkansky has all the details in his post. But this is the summary that has him less than inspired about Satterberg.

But Dan Satterberg wouldn't investigate. Not because there wasn't a case, but citing the conflict that an attorney on his staff was involved. So he wouldn't ask the Sheriff to interview any of the identified witnesses. Nor would he refer the matter to another prosecuting agency as would have been appropriate. He swept the complaint under the rug because it was inconvenient.

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