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Topic - Shari Schindler
Mr. Blagojevich and his wife spent more than $400,000 on clothes, mainly for themselves and not their children, from 2002 through December 2008 when he was arrested, Internal Revenue Service agent Shari Schindler said at Mr. Blagojevich's federal corruption trial.
"Sometimes they used credit cards to pay for other credit cards," Miss Schindler said.