Micheal Vick The Hits Keep Coming

Two of Michael Vick’s pitbull dog fighting buddies have accepted plea bargains and admitted guilt in being involved in illegal dogfighting and various and sundry acts having to do with killing the losing dogs. Vick is barred from training camp by the NFL and his trail is scheduled for Nov. 26. There has been a lot of talk about banning Vick for life from the National Football League under the personal conduct rules. A lifetime ban seems a bit harsh, but 42% of the people who have taken my little survey don’t care if Vick gets a fair trail or not.
The latest bit of oddness about the dogfighting scandal is not that he was involved in fighting dogs, but that he was betting on it. Apparently killing dogs is acceptable behavior, but dropping a quarter in a slot machine is not. Michael Vick is working on a possible plea agreement, why not? If found guilty his NFL career is over anyway, why risk spending time in jail to boot? NFL lawyers are said to be advising him to take a deal.
On a bit more surreal note, a federal inmate in South Carolina is suing Vick for 63 billion dollars and says that Vick sold his pitbulls on eBay and used the money to buy rockets for terrorists. The inmate says that Micheal Vick joined al-Qaida a few months ago. And you thought the Micheal Vick Chew Toy was as bad as it could get.

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