Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Jesse Jr to speak to staff Wednesday morning after months of silence

US Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL), who has been under investigation by federal authorities and the House Ethics Committee, will break his silence Wednesday morning, Fox 32 Chicago is exclusively reporting tonight.
There have been lots of questions about what Jesse Jackson Jr. will do on the heels of his re-election and his federal probe, but now sources tell Fox 32 News that after six months of not talking about his career in politics, the embattled congressman is going to break his silence Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.

Sources tell Fox 32 News that the congressman is supposed to be on a conference call at both his Washington D.C. and Chicago offices with some workers, while others will receive an e-mail about his future plans in politics---and possibly the details of his plea bargain with the federal government.

The congressman has held the seat in the 2nd congressional district since 1995.

Last week, Fox 32 reported that congressman Jackson was holding back on a letter of resignation because, after checking out of the Mayo Clinic in mid-October where he was being treated for bi-polar disorder, Jackson applied for a disability package. Denying or approving that congressional request would have taken four to six weeks.
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