Tuesday, August 17, 2010


The jury is in and it isn't nearly what the prosecution expected. Former Illinois Governor Rod Blogojevich was found guilty on only 1 of 24 counts with which he was charged. Why? Read on...

1. Rod Blagojevich verdict: Guilty on 1 count, Blago taunts U.S. attorney (Text & Videos). [Los Angeles Times]
2. Rod Blagojevich, felon. [Chicago Tribune]
3. For Rod Blagojevich, conviction is a victory. [The Washington Post]
4. Blagojevich prosecutors pledge retrial after single conviction. [San Francisco Chronicle]

5. Why Rod Blagojevich was convicted on only one of 24 counts. [The Christian Science Monitor]
6. Blagojevich jury told not to reveal vote tallies. [San Francisco Chronicle]
7. Many Blagojevich jurors disappointed. [Chicago Tribune]
8. Blago jurors, closer than you think. [FOX News]

9. No proof, no conviction, no surprise. [Chicago Tribune]
10. Inside USA vs. Rod Blagojevich. [WWLS 7 - Chicago]
11. Is it worth it to retry Blagojevich? You bet. [Chicago Sun-Times]
12. Why Rod Blagojevich didn't testify at his corruption trial. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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