Whistleblower in Blago Case: Corruption 'Never Ceased to Amaze Me'

When Pamela Davis agreed to wear an FBI wire in late 2003, she became a key part of the investigation that culminated in the arrest of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich for allegedly trying to sell President-elect Barack Obama's Senate seat. The extent of Davis' role as a whistle-blower and FBI informant exceeded her expectations. "I had my suspicions that it would go all the way up to the level of the governor," Davis told ABC News in her first television interview. "Though, I did not have...Full Story
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