Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich is not afraid to speak his mind, especially when talking about prosecutors seeking to get a conviction against him on federal corruption charges.
Blagojevich is accused of trying to sell the Senate seat vacated by Pres. Obama.
But the two-term Democrat, who resigned in January 2009, says he's done nothing wrong.
At a news conference this week, he challenged prosecutors to release the more than 500 hours of tapes he says would prove his innocence.
Blagojevich also called them "cowards and liars" who are also trying to attack his wife.
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