Blago in Bold, The Morning After

A selection of front pages from Chicago-area newspapers today, the morning after a jury found former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich guilty of one of twenty-four counts against him —lying to the FBI— but deadlocked on the others, prosecutors pledged to retry the case, and, per the AP:

The jurors did not remain at the courthouse to explain their decisions.

“They’re going home,” said Joel Daly, a spokesman for [one juror]. “A lot would like to talk to media folks, but they are plain tired.”

Many headlines have a not over yet theme, but the Red Eye (first below) and the Munster, Indiana Times (second below) instead savored that one guilty count:

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Liz Cox Barrett is a writer at CJR.