Thursday, March 15, 2012

Inmate Number 40892-424

Convicted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich never allowed himself to even think about spending the next decade of his life behind bars. Less than an hour before he began serving his 14-year sentence on corruption charges, he could hardly say that word: "prison." He still maintains his innocence.

With helicopters and TV news crews broadcasting his every move today, the one-time golden boy of Illinois politics stepped out of a black SUV, the Colorado mountains on the horizon, and just before noon walked into the Federal Correctional Institution Englewood in suburban Denver.

And wouldn't you know it? The Feds brought in someone to sing a song about it.

2 comments:

  1. "Rod Blagojevich’s ex-chief of staff is free and clear of the justice system after a federal judge in Chicago ended his two-year probation period early."

    Source: Judge Ends Ex-Blagojevich Aide’s Probation Early

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