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Apr
10

What Are the Odds Obama Testifies in Blagojevich Case?

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich wants to subpoena President Obama to testify in his corruption trial, an outcome experts say is highly unlikely, but not without precedent.

A computer glitch has made public redacted documents, in which the former governor alleges that Obama was actively engaged in the process to pick his Senate successor.

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1 Response to “What Are the Odds Obama Testifies in Blagojevich Case?”


  1. June 18, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Why should Blogovich be denied anyone including obama to be supene when his freedom is at stake unless the bench is protecting a lying dishonest person who just might be proven to be part tp teh plan. If I have nothing to hide I defininately would want it known and proven false allegations. There is more than just 1 crook in this and Blagovich appears to be the scapegoat to cover and protect obama.


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