I’d like to let this go without comment, but, well, it’s Blagojevich.
Evidence stolen from his attorney’s office?
Chicago police were investigating a burglary at the offices of attorneys for former Gov. Rod Blagojevich in which at least one computer containing undercover recordings from the sweeping corruption case was stolen, sources said.
The break-in took place about 4 a.m. at the law offices of Sam Adam and his son, Sam Adam Jr., in the 6100 block of South Ellis Avenue, police and Sam Adam Jr. said.
Contrary to early statements by a police News Affairs officer who referred calls regarding the burglary to the FBI, the FBI is not involved in the investigation, FBI Chicago office spokesman Ross Rice said in a statement.
The burglars set off an alarm but escaped the area. Investigative sources said there are no suspects.
Chicago police said eight computers and a safe were taken from the office, but they could not say what information the computers contained.
"It could be a happenstance burglary. All leads will be followed," said Chicago Police Deputy Supt. Steve Peterson.
The U.S. attorney’s office in Chicago declined to comment on the incident or the theft of evidence in the case.
It is unclear if the burglary could delay Blagojevich’s trial scheduled for June.
This just sounds too convenient.