Prosecutors Play Tapes of Rod Blagojevich Phone Calls at Trial

The numbers keep coming down!”

— Rod Blagojevich on taped phone conversation with his brother Robert

Rod Blagojevich's voice filled the courtroom Thursday as jurors got a sampling of the much-anticipated secret FBI recordings in his case -- and what they heard wasn't pretty.

Just three days before his arrest, an angry and tense Rod Blagojevich can be heard snapping at his older brother, demanding that more cash be put into his campaign kitty.

More tapes continue to be played.

In one, Rod Blagojevich complains he's been pressured by all kinds of people to appoint U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. to the Barack Obama's vacant senate seat. Rod Blagojevich in a call with his brother says of Jackson: "He's got people calling my house now, Jesse Jr."