U.S. District Judge James Zagel in Chicago believes the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Englewood in Littleton, Colorado - near Denver - is
where Blago should serve his 14 years. Prison Camp, as requested by Blago lawyers, was refused. Blago now doesn't have to report to prison until
March 2012, giving him an extra month to sell his Chicago million-dollar home.
He's coming to Colorado to train Hickenlooper in the art of fraud, manipulation, and all things "Chicago". Not like Hickenlooper needs much help,
but Obama wants him ready as a potential running mate next year.
Come on folks! the real reason Rod was busted was because he wasn't playing ball with the Madigans, he was actually keeping his promise not to raise
taxes on the people and the other politicians didn't like that, as soon as Quin came in, taxes went up, and the pockets of certain other politicians
got lined with cash.
One thing..... please do me a favor and do a little more research, before you refer to FCI Englewood as a low security institution, there are quite a
few former, and i'm sure current residents of that institution, that would take considerable offense to your designation....
The rodster ain't gonna have an easy ride, in good ol englewood.... trust me
Here's what I don't understand. The news reported the night before sentencing, he would probably go to one of 3 prisons. One in Indiana, Wisconsin,
or Illinois. All of a sudden he's going to Littleton, Colorado? The newscaster made sure to mention that it's just a short drive from Denver
Airport. I'll have to check the distance myself, but why does he get time to buy a new house and move his wife and family out of state? Since when
did prisoners really get to pick where they serve? I have more questions than answers will be given for.
And now they say he'll get some time 'shaved off' his sentence because he will likely attend some substance-addiction sessions. The substance
addiction is allegedly the fact that he needed a drink before falling asleep at night due to all of his troubles. What's with that?
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