Evidence in the Rod Blagojevich corruption case may have been stolen when burglars broke into the Chicago law firm representing the former Governor. They got away with eight computers and a safe which could have copies of those secret wiretap recordings provided by the F-B-I.
It happened early Friday morning at Sam Adam and Sam Adam Juniors office. Burglars may now have copies of Blagojevich's phone conversations which authorities say showed him scheming to sell president Obama's u-s senate seat and other pay-to-play crimes.
Blagojevich's attorneys don't think it will impact the June third trial date.