But then, what else would she claim? Former alderman Sandi Jackson is accusing her estranged husband Jesse Jackson Jr. of harassment, declaring that the former congressman has engaged “in an unlawful and far-ranging fishing expedition for information.”The court filing is the latest salvo in the couple’s increasingly bitter divorce battle. Show More Summary
Um, what now? Former Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy has been subpoenaed in the Jesse Jackson Jr. divorce case. The former Congressman and his wife, former Ald. Sandi Jackson, are in the middle of a nasty divorce. The subpoena...Show More Summary
Former Chicago Ald. Sandi Jackson, who is seeking a divorce from ex-Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., “said in court filings this week that he has income of at least $10,250 a month while she is out of work and has been [...]
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has filed for divorce from his wife, former Ald. Sandi Jackson, after 25 years of marriage, RadarOnline.com has learned. The 51-year-old filed a certificate… READ ON
In a quick post-debate back and forth posted by Canada’s Global News, Civil rights icon Rev. Jesse Jackson set Donald Trump Jr. straight on who decides whether or not an election is “rigged.” During the debate, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump raised hackles on both...
One felon out: Former Chicago Ald. Sandi Jackson, the wife of former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., has been released from a federal prison, according to Bureau of Prisons records.Sandi Jackson, who turned 53 on Wednesday, had been serving her one-year sentence in a West Virginia facility and had been scheduled for release on Oct. Show More Summary
The wife of former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has left a federal prison camp about a month before she is scheduled to be released. … Click to Continue »
Caption/credit: Jesse Jackson and Albert Raby at Chicago Freedom Movement rally (left). Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressing a crowd (center). Mob and police during Chicago Freedom Movement march in Marquette Park in 1966 (right). Courtesy...Show More Summary
Corruption in Illinois is legion. In recent years former Democrat congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. was sentenced to prison for misusing campaign funds to benefit himself. Ex-congressman Aaron Schock, a Republican, is almost certainly going...Show More Summary
Ex-Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. on Monday asked that court-imposed travel restrictions following his release from prison be loosened, saying he has been able to take his children to see their imprisoned mother about only once a month. Their mother — and Jackson's wife — is Sandi Jackson, a former...
Hey, isn’t that… former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., browsing the aisles at the Whole Foods off Logan Circle on Tuesday night? The Illinois Democrat has kept a low profile of late. He completed a federal prison sentence in September — the latter part of it under confinement to his Dupont Circle home — after being […]
Disgraced Pol Starts Over With Lake House In The Country Ex-Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is starting a new chapter in his life far away from Chicago’s political scene. Just three days after finishing his federal prison term for stealing campaign
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Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who is on home detention as ne nears the end of his prison term for looting his campaign fund, has been given a four-day furlough beginning Friday to attend his grandmother's funeral in Greenville, S.C...
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who is on home detention as he nears the end of his sentence on federal felony charges, has been granted a short furlough to visit a grandmother in South Carolina, court records show.
Former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. returned to his home in Washington, D.C., on Monday, after spending 17 months in federal prison, and another three months in a Baltimore halfway house. CBS 2’s Mik
Has it been seventeen months already? Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. began three months of home detention Monday and proclaimed it a "great day" to be with family and friends.Jackson waved to onlookers Monday morning as he left the Volunteers of America Chesapeake Residential Re-entry Center, a halfway house in Baltimore. Show More Summary
“Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) was released Monday from a halfway house in Baltimore where he had been since March after spending 17 months in federal prison for misusing campaign funds.” – TheHill.com................................................... Click here to read the rest of the story. If all goes well, then Jackson’s
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