Blago wants to enter prison with dignity
March 8, 2012 (CHICAGO) -- Rod Blagojevich reports to a federal prison in Colorado in one week.
His spokesman said the former governor will make a public statement before he begins his 14-year sentence. But that spokesman hasn't said when that might happen.
Blagojevich attorneys have said he wants to enter prison in a dignified way, without any media frenzy. That fueled speculation he might leave Chicago days in advance. However, his spokesman says
Blagojevich never intended to do that.
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