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Lone male juror doesn't feel sorry for #Blagojevich

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by Jon Seidel Sun-Times Media

John McParland is "all Boston."

The 53-year-old Villa Park man threw on a black Boston Bruins cap and a Red Sox T-shirt Tuesday, the day after he and 11 other federal jurors convicted former Gov. Rod Blagojevich on corruption charges in Chicago.

The former Juror No. 174 stood outside his red-brick home under a fluttering American flag, and he said he "definitely" feels bad for Blagojevich's two daughters, whose father faces a potentially lengthy prison sentence.

He feels bad for Illinois' former first lady, Patti Blagojevich. Sort of.

But he doesn't feel bad for the former governor.

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