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Former governor of Illinois, Rod R. Blagojevich was sentenced on Wednesday to 14 years in federal prison for 18 felony corruption convictions, including trying to sell or trade the Senate seat that President Obama left behind when he moved to the White House.

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Blagojevich spoke before the federal judge who will decide his sentence for 18 felony corruption convictions, including trying to sell or trade the Senate seat that President Obama left behind when he moved to the White House.

“I have nobody to blame but myself for my stupidity and actions, words, things that I did, that I thought I could do,” he said.

Read more at NYTimes.com.

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