Sam Adam Jr. said Blagojevich hopes to land a job in the prison library teaching Shakespeare or Greek Mythology to fellow inmates, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Tuesday.
Adam Jr. and his father, Sam Adam, visited the former governor in federal prison outside Denver on Sunday. The two represented Blagojevich in his first trial that ended in a mistrial on all but one count.
Their report is the first glimpse the public has gotten of life behind bars for the former governor who was sentenced to 14 years in prison for corruption that included an attempt to sell a U.S. Senate seat.
"He is the same person there as he was here," Adam Jr. told the Chicago Tribune.
He said he found Blagojevich sporting a tan and with more muscle than when he left Chicago.
"He told a lot of jokes. He was smiling," Adam Jr. said.
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