Ex-Ill. Gov. Ryan released from halfway house
CHICAGO – Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan was back at his longtime home on Wednesday following his pre-dawn release from a federal prison after serving more than five years for corruption.
He first reported to a halfway house in Chicago, but, in a surprise, was allowed to go to his spacious home in Kankakee, his attorney Jim Thompson said. Speaking from Ryan's living room, Thompson said Ryan was beaming and surrounded by his smiling grandchildren
"If you could see his and his grandkids' smiling faces," Thompson, himself a former governor, said by phone from Ryan's home. "He is surrounded by happy faces."
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