Blago Heads to Prison

Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Eddie Martinez, a supporter of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, ties a balloon to the railing on the front porch of Blagojevich's home shortly before Blagojevich holds a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then U.S. Sen. Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (L) walks toward a waiting car as he holds a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (R) hugs his daughter Annie as they walk toward a waiting car as he holds a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 14: Convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (R) holds hands with his daughter Annie, as they walk past the media toward his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 14: Convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich walks through a hoard of media toward his house before giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 14: Convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich arrives back at his house before giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 14: Convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich shakes hands with a supporter as he enters his house before giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich waves to supporters after giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich kisses his wife Patti during a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama.    (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich kisses his wife Patti during a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich kisses his wife Patti during a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich before giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama.
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich before giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich shakes hands with supporters after giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (C), shakes hands with supporters giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (L) speaks at a news conference outside his home while wife Patti (R) looks on, March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich before giving a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Patti Blagojevich, wife of disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (R) hugs her daughter Annie after her husband spoke at a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Patti Blagojevich (R), wife of disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, looks at him while he pauses at a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich speaks during a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Disgraced former Illinois Governor 2 (L) gestures while speaking at a news conference outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
Frank Polich/Getty Images
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
Rod Blagojevich Makes A Statement Before Beginning 14-Year Prison Term
CHICAGO - MARCH 14: Annie Blagojevich, daughter of disgraced former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich looks at a sign put up in support of her father outside his home March 14, 2012 in Chicago. Blagojevich must report to a federal prison in Colorado by tomorrow, to start serving a 14-year term he received for his conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption including attempting to sell the vacant U.S. Senate seat held by then Senator Barack Obama. (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)

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