Lunch Break: Rod Blagojevich’s sentencing

by LauraLoo

Rod Blagojevich will be in court today and tomorrow as Judge James Zagel ponders key factors in calculating Blago’s sentence.  If sentenced to prison, Blago would be the 4th convicted Governor of Illinois to serve prison time.

Will Blago do prison time and, if so, how much time does he deserve?  Or does he deserve no time in prison since no crimes were committed?

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Tune in to WLS 890 AM Chicago for up-to-the-minute coverage on the Blago proceedings.

 

9 thoughts on “Lunch Break: Rod Blagojevich’s sentencing”

  1. This guy  –  he sounds like a cross between Porky Pig and JFK. He’s the quintessential stereotype of the sleazy politician. How is it every big city has a couple of them?

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  2. Hans, because in the country they either get ran out of town on a rail or elected permently as sheriff… ;)

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  3. Haven’t heard anything about this out here – could someone tell me what’s up with this? Thanks :)

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  4. Amber,
     
    Governor “Blago” of Illinois was caught on tape pretty much saying he wanted some kind of payback for appointing a replacement senator for Obama (since he left once elected president).

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  5. Hans, he’s obviously guilty, but I wish the sentencing was 12 years (serve 10).  LL

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  6. I thought he got 14 years.  If he does wear a wig, and would whip it off on national TV, I’d knock a year off.

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