Monday, May 21, 2007

Vick and Pacman in a race to see who gets arrested first

The lead investigator in the case of dog-fighting accusations against Atlanta quarterback Michael Vick claims that there is substantial evidence that Vick was directly involved in the dog-fighting ring operating out of one of his properties in Virginia. There are rumours that videotapes exist of Vick placing him at dog-fight matches on the property which could eventually lead to criminal charges against him. Vick is now being advised by his lawyers to no longer comment on the investigation.

Even Vick’s friends are telling the police that he’s the ring leader of the dog fight club so I’m not sure he’ll be able to shake this tackle. The evidence is so profound that members of the U.S. congress are threatening action against the NFL if they don’t punish Vick.

At this rate the NFL will need to start importing football players from Canada to fill their rosters next season. Although that might actually end up making the Raiders better.

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