Prosecutors elicit a conversation that alleges U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. was present at a meeting where campaign contributions were discussed in exchange for a Senate seat appointment. Rajinder Bedi, onetime state worker, described the Oct. 28, 2008 meeting with Jackson and fund-raiser Raghu Nayak.
Thursday, July 08, 2010
Feds skip charging Jesse Jackson Jr.
Hard to figure why Fitz charged Blago and not Jackson. Very strange and thin case Fitz putting together on a guy who should be a slam dunk conviction. IT would have helped to charge all the players maybe? Via The Blago Blog