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Vick Pleads Not Guilty In Dogfighting Case


Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and three other men pled not guilty to federal charges of operating a dogfighting enterprise Thursday. In federal district court in Richmond, Virginia, the 27-year-old Vick and the others entered their pleas. Outside, hundreds of protestors lined the streets, many carrying signs with pictures of mangled dogs. The judge set November 26th for the start of the two-week trial.

Vick’s attorney, Billy Martin, says his client’s name will be cleared after all the facts come out at trial. Martin also read a prepared statement from Vick in which he apologized to his mother, the rest of his family and his teammates. Vick will remain free, but cannot spend the night away from his home without court permission. As Vick was in court, his team began its training camp in Georgia without him.

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One Response to “Vick Pleads Not Guilty In Dogfighting Case”

  1. Josh Dolan says:

    What kind of MORON gets paid that much money and chooses to risk it all dogfighting? Get a life Vick you loser

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