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Note, Supposedly Used In Vick’s Apology, Sells For More Than 10-K

A handwritten note, supposedly used by disgraced NFL quarterback Michael Vick during his apology last month, has sold for $10,200 dollars on eBay.  The “Daily Press” of Newport News, Virginia reports television writer Carol Leifer, who is also a co-executive producer of the sitcom “Rules of Engagement” on CBS purchased the note.  The note, which lists points including “Apologize for what I’ve done” and “Take full responsibility for my actions,” is claimed to have been used by the former star at Virginia Tech during his speech to reporters after he pleaded guilty to participating in a dogfighting operation.  The Humane Society of the United States says one of videographers picked up the note from the podium after Vick’s speech.  Vick’s lawyers have said Vick did not write the note, but they are not saying whether one of his attorneys did.  Proceeds of the sale will go to the animal rights group.


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