Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Blagojevich Attorney Says Case is "Significantly Exaggerated" As Impeachment Hearings Begin in Illinois

ABC News is reporting that Ed Genson, attorney for Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, told reporters as he arrived at work Monday morning, "I think the case, the case that I've seen so far is significantly exaggerated. It's just, it's not what people think it is."

He later added "If I'm trying the case, it's going to be a fight."

"He hasn't done anything wrong," the attorney also said Monday night.

All this these bold statements in the wake of Impeachment Hearings beginning in the Illinois Statehouse.

It seems clear that the Governor has no intention of stepping down amidst controversy, despite calls from nearly everyone from Chicago to Washington, DC.

In addition, Tony Rezko's sentencing was postponed indefinitely today, adding fuel to speculation that he is "singing" in jail over the Governor controversy.

Blago's arrogance has no equal and he is not going quietly. Stay tuned!

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