Below release from Blagojevich public relations firm
PRNewsChannel) / Chicago, Ill. / Gov. Rod Blagojevich will fly to the state capitol Thursday morning for closing arguments in his impeachment trial, according to The Publicity Agency (www.thepublicityagency.com), the outside PR/publicity firm hired by the governor.
Up until now, the governor has boycotted the trial saying it is unfair and that he believes "the fix is in."
Thursday, Gov. Blagojevich will make a passionate closing argument to Illinois senators who will decide whether to oust him from office.
The governor was working on his speech to lawmakers past midnight--a speech that will include an explanation as to why he decided to appear after boycotting the hearings all week.
He's expected to begin his sppech at approximately 11am CT. He will not be making any statements beforehand.
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