Feds: Jackson Jr. Now In Prison
First, a spokeswoman said former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. reported to prison on Monday, then the federal Bureau of Prisons said he wasn't in custody. On Tuesday, after clearing up some confusion, Jackson officially surrendered to federal authorities to begin his 30-month sentence. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
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