The spectacle that is the Rod Blagojevich political corruption trial is winding down — and much sooner than expected. Closing arguments are scheduled to begin Monday.
The former Illinois governor is charged with fraud, bribery, racketeering and conspiracy, among other charges. This past week, the defense rested its case without calling a single witness — not even the former governor himself, despite Blagojevich’s repeated promises that he would testify.
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