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Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich Releases Statement Following Arraignment on Federal Charges

The governor enters not guilty plea at arraignment and outside the courthouse says he is 'innocent' of all charges. - April 14, 2009

(PRNewsChannel) / Chicago, Ill. / Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich released the following statement, via The Publicity Agency (, the PR firm that represents him, following his arraignment in U.S. District Court today:

"Now we can begin the process of getting the truth out and I can clear my name and vindicate myself.

"I have not let down my family or the people of Illinois. I am innocent of every single allegation."

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