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Old 05-16-2007, 02:34 PM   #1
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Falcons | Animal control officer confident Vick was at dog fights
Tue, 15 May 2007 21:07:23 -0700

ESPN.com reports investigators do not agree with Atlanta Falcons QB Michael Vick that he was rarely at the Virginia house he owned where officials have found evidence of dog fighting. Vick also said he never took part in the practice, but the animal control coordinator for the City of Chesapeake in Virginia told Yahoo.com she has spoken with individuals who can "put Vick on that property" during matches. Kathy Strouse, the animal control coordinator, says she is "very confident" that Vick will be tied directly to the dog fighting on the property, and has challenged Surry County Commonwealth attorner Gerald Poindexter to bring charges. "He [Poindexter] was at the home and saw the equipment that we seized. When we were there, he said he had enough right there to issue an indictment. He didn't say who he would indict, but he said he had enough," Strouse said. Strouse indicated
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Falcons | Animal control officer confident Vick was at dog fights
Tue, 15 May 2007 21:07:23 -0700

ESPN.com reports investigators do not agree with Atlanta Falcons QB Michael Vick that he was rarely at the Virginia house he owned where officials have found evidence of dog fighting. Vick also said he never took part in the practice, but the animal control coordinator for the City of Chesapeake in Virginia told Yahoo.com she has spoken with individuals who can "put Vick on that property" during matches. Kathy Strouse, the animal control coordinator, says she is "very confident" that Vick will be tied directly to the dog fighting on the property, and has challenged Surry County Commonwealth attorner Gerald Poindexter to bring charges. "He [Poindexter] was at the home and saw the equipment that we seized. When we were there, he said he had enough right there to issue an indictment. He didn't say who he would indict, but he said he had enough," Strouse said. Strouse indicated that the individuals who can place Vick at the scene have been reluctant to testify. An investigator told WVEC-TV in Norfolk, Va., that a meeting has been requested with Poindexter to review evidence, but Poindexter said that they have not requested a meeting a with him.
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Old 05-16-2007, 02:52 PM   #3
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oh, and how much are these tapes worth to vick?


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Old 05-16-2007, 03:09 PM   #4
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Being a former Police officer,

They already have enough proof to put Vick at the scene. If they do he should be done for in the NFL.
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You want Vick washed out of the NFL for this? I dont care for the Vick as a quarterback, but you really want him gone for the NFL?
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Old 05-16-2007, 04:25 PM   #6
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oh, and how much are these tapes worth to vick?
More than that house he sold.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18619245/

Did you see that he only donated $10,000 to VaTech but willingly took a $300,000+ bath on that house?

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Old 05-16-2007, 04:26 PM   #7
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Don't get me wrong.

Maybe I should have worded that differently.

I could give a crap less about Vick.

However,

The NFL will be forced to do something. If, IF it is proved that he he did knowingly and willfully participate in dog fighting, not only will the state and federal laws get him, but the animal rights folks and PETA will demand he be kick out.

Now, if you don't think PETA and animal rights wackos will do that, you may want to read some of their pamhlets.
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Old 05-16-2007, 04:43 PM   #8
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Who is the back up in ATL, Chris Redman? hahahahahahahahahahahaha

Watch how many members of the "media" start to carry water for Vick
For example, Jamie Dukes said on NFLN's Total Access that he won't believe that Falcons quarterback Michael Vick is involved with dog fighting until he sees a cell-phone photograph of Vick at a dog fight.

It will be interesting to see what Godell does with this. Vick is one of the biggest names in Football and one of the best selling jerseys. There is no requirement that a player be convicted of or even charged with a crime before he is disciplined under the Personal Conduct Policy. Article XI of the Collective Bargaining Agreement authorizes the Commissioner to impose a fine or suspension for any "conduct detrimental to the integrity of, or public confidence in, the game of professional football."

Surry County prosecutor Gerald Poindexter has not filed any charges on Vick and continues to say he views Vick as nothing more than a property owner.

Chris Redman hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
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Who is the back up in ATL, Chris Redman?
Joey Harrington, Right?
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Old 05-16-2007, 04:47 PM   #10
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PETA is a bread right?
Seriously if he does get convicted he will be made thier poster child. They are a group I would not want after me. They are ruthless. They believe what you do to an animal the same should happen to you. You picked your punishment. Imagine them in Atlanta at the home games. Now that would be worth the price of a flight to see.
SapperSaint is there some serious time involved if he is found guilty ?
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