Blagoveich breaks silence after 5 years in prison
Five years after going to prison for political corruption, the ex-governor of Illinois Rod Blagojevich has spoken out for the first time about how he's getting through a 14-year prison sentence.
More than five years after being sent to prison, disgraced politician Rod Blagojevich is speaking out for the first time. Blagojevich, the former governor of Illinois, was arrested in 2008 and later sentenced to 14 years for corruption after he attempted to sell President Barack Obama's vacant Senate seat in exchange for political favors.He's opened up in new interviews with Chicago magazine and NBC 5 Chicago about what's sustained him since he began his sentence in 2012 at the Federal Correc...
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