Former Illinois Governor George Ryan says he wouldn't be surprised if Pat Quinn becomes the third consecutive Illinois governor who ends up behind bars. He says he hopes Quinn isn't convicted but the fact of the matter is he's under investigation for possibly using 55-million dollars in taxpayer money as a slush fund to woo voters back in 2010.
Ryan spent five years behind bars and says he wouldn't wish that on his worst enemy. He also says Rod Blagojevich's 14-year-sentence on corruption charges is too harsh. Ryan spoke exclusively to ABC-TV in Chicago on Monday.
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