Robert Blagojevich may not have been convicted on Tuesday, but he was not acquitted either. A successful businessman, he came to Chicago to run his younger brother's campaign organization.
He says he was told to do it by the book. And he insists he did.
In a sit-down interview just two days after a panel of 12 reached a verdict on just one of the 24 counts, the older brother talks about his tangential role in Gov. Rod Blagojevich's drama that has cost his family dearly, his now-strained relationship with his brother, how his late parents would view the ordeal and what the future holds for him.