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Vick Supporters Hold Prayer Vigil

With about week to go before suspended quarterback Michael Vick is sentenced, a group of supporters gathered Monday night to pray for him.  About 40 people dressed in number-seven jerseys showed up at an Atlanta church.  Those who addressed the crowd said while they don’t condone Vick’s actions, they believe he has suffered enough and deserves a second chance.  Vick remains in a Virginia jail and could be sentenced from 12 to 18 months in prison on his guilty plea to running a dogfighting operation.  Last week, Vick’s co-defendant Quanis Phillips was sentenced to 21 months and Purnell Peace was sentenced to 18 months behind bars.


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One Response to “Vick Supporters Hold Prayer Vigil”

  1. ANDRE WILLIS says:

    i just wanna take this oppurtunty to say that i love Mike vick and that i wish him nothing but the best and just to let him know that it will be okay he will bounce back this isnt the en d of the road. one love mike.

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