The former governor of Connecticut who resigned in disgrace over a corruption scandal reports to a federal prison in Pennsylvania Friday.
John Rowland will spend one year behind bars after admitting to taking gifts and bribes in exchange for political access.
The three term-Republican had been very popular in Connecticut and was considered a political protégé of the Bush family. Now, he'll be wearing khaki prison scrubs and subjected to a strip search at the federal prison.
Rowland's fall from power began two years ago when a top aide pleaded guilty to corruption and began cooperating with the FBI.