Vick Gets What He Deserves

A week and a half ago, I wrote a post condemning the federal government and the NFL for apparently not indicting Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick. Well that report by ESPN was wrong, and yesterday Vick was indicted on two felony charges. The charges have a maximum of six years in prison, and Vick could easily have to do that time. That being said, Vick has the money to get the best lawyers, but the federal government doesn’t normally indict unless they believe the can convict. In that last post, there were 10 different people who had either fought Vick’s dog in a dogfight, or had witnessed him at one. That is a lot of evidence against the quarterback. Now, Vick does have one “Get Out of Jail Free Card”, and it is that he can provide eye witness testimony to convict high ranking people in the dog fighting industry. He can take down the leaders of this vicious sport, but only if he is willing to name names. Of course, the government also has to decide whether they want to set a precedent by convicting Vick or use Vick to attack dog fighting. Continue reading “Vick Gets What He Deserves”

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How Can Vick Not Be Indicted?!

With federal indictments of the dog fighting scandal on Michael Vick’s property pending, Vick seems to have been left out of the indictments. Very few people know how strong the case is against Vick, but there are multiple sources indicating his involvement in dog fighting. For instance, one anonymous source stated about Vick Continue reading “How Can Vick Not Be Indicted?!”