The State Attorney's Office could, of course, decide not to charge anyone. Critics would howl and politicians would celebrate. But Rundle would then be free to subpoena all suspected lawbreakers, grant them immunity, and force them under threat of perjury to tell the truth in all its sordid detail. Transcripts of their testimony would then become public record, and finally the sun would shine. A little late, perhaps, but with blazing intensity.