Blagojevich turns crime reporter on radio


Former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich used his WLS-AM Chicago radio show to call for anyone with information about the burglary of his lawyer’s office to contact the local police. As for his own trial on corruption charges, Blagojevich said he’s anxious to testify on his own behalf.

Blagojevich noted that the law offices of Sam Adam had never before been the target of a burglary before they had him as a client. Eight computers and a safe were taken in a break-in Friday night. The former governor noted that a computer had once been taken in a burglary of his campaign office.

“I don’t know who did it. I can’t reach any conclusions. If you have any ideas, and anybody wants to propose their ideas on what may have happened there, we’d love to hear it. If you have any leads, we’d like to provide that to the local police,” Blagojevich said.

An audio clip from Blagojevich’s Sunday radio show is posted on the WLS-TV website.