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Erik Sarnello of Itasca, Ill, a juror in the corruption trial of former Gov Rod Blagojevich, talks to reporters inside his home in Itasca Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010. Sarnello, 21, said the panel was deadlocked at 11-1 in favor of convicting the former Illinois governor of trying to sell or trade President Obama's former Senate seat. Sarnello also stated that a female holdout, "just did not see what we all saw" adding that the counts around the Senate seat were "the most obvious."  (AP Photo/Lois Bernstein)
Photo by: Lois Bernstein
Erik Sarnello of Itasca, Ill, a juror in the corruption trial of former Gov Rod Blagojevich, talks to reporters inside his home in Itasca Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010. Sarnello, 21, said the panel was deadlocked at 11-1 in favor of convicting the former Illinois governor of trying to sell or trade President Obama's former Senate seat. Sarnello also stated that a female holdout, "just did not see what we all saw" adding that the counts around the Senate seat were "the most obvious." (AP Photo/Lois Bernstein)

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