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Inside the Rod Blagojevich investigation and related cases

Prosecution rests its case more than a month ahead of schedule

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Prosecutors in the case of Rod Blagojevich have rested their case against the former governor.

The move comes in the sixth week of trial. Judge James Zagel had set aside 17 weeks -- nearly three times the time -- for the case.

Zagel told jurors to return on Monday as the defense and prosecution work out some issues this week.

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the only wrong thing the former Governor did was try to help Seniors and less fortunate citizen! He did nothing wrong!

That was fast!

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