Thursday, April 22, 2010

Blagojevich wants to subpoena Obama

Yeah he still can't help himself. Obama might be able to help him to prove his innocences. OMG, please!
In a motion filed Thursday with U.S. District Judge James Zagel, Blagojevich attorney Sam Adam says Obama has direct knowledge of allegations made in the indictment.

It would be extremely unusual for a sitting president to testify at a corruption trial.

A spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office, Randall Samborn, had no comment on the 11-page motion. The filing contained several sections blacked out, apparently because they refer to material that the court has placed under seal.
Not sure Obama can help Blago from the revulsion of his allegations.

UPDATE: Rich Miller again has a round-up of angles on Blago's attempt to drag the President with him!

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