(Chicago, IL) -- Former Governor George Ryan says he wouldn't be surprised if Pat Quinn becomes the third consecutive Illinois governor who ends up behind bars. Ryan spoke exclusively to ABC-TV in Chicago yesterday. He says he hopes Quinn isn't convicted but the fact of the matter is he's under investigation for possibly using 55-million dollars in taxpayer money as a slush fund to woo voters back in 2010. Ryan spent five years behind bars and says he wouldn't wish that on his worst enemy. He also says Rod Blagojevich's 14-year-sentence on corruption charges is too harsh.