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Organizer Of Pro-Vick Rally Speaks Out

Dogs hating on Vick 

The leader of a Georgia-based group that organized a rally last month to support Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick says he feels betrayed.  New Order National Human Rights founder Gerald Rose said he was disappointed Vick has decided to accept a plea agreement on federal charges of operating a dogfighting ring.

Rose also says Vick deserves a second chance and should be allowed to play professional football again.  Before it was revealed Vick decided to accept a plea deal, Rose’s group was calling on black athletes to show their support for the embattled quarterback by boycotting their football games.  It claimed racism was at the root of the troubles of black athletes, including OJ Simpson, Kobe Bryant and Barry Bonds.  Vick is scheduled to enter his guilty plea Monday morning in federal court in Richmond, Virginia.

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One Response to “Organizer Of Pro-Vick Rally Speaks Out”

  1. Andrew Carney says:

    I definitely agree with you, we support
    Michael Vick, he is wrongly held in prison and should be set free, (this is my take). There are persons who mistreat and kill real human beings, who don`t serve the time in prison that Michael has already served.

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