Vick's Plea Deal Filed With Court

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick's plea agreement was filed today in federal court in Richmond.

Federal prosecutors and Vick's attorneys took the unusual step of filing the deal with the court three days before Vick's scheduled appearance Monday before U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson, who must decide whether to accept the plea agreement.

By Mark Maske |  August 24, 2007; 12:40 PM ET  | Category:  Falcons , League
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to: managers/owners of the football team "altlantic falcons"

i am very serious about this ..... fighting/killing the pit bulls .......

i would hope to god you will never ever allow Mr, Vicks to play football again .... he is a cruel person and we do not need "idles" like him .......

you know i lost my dog "Gizmo' and he was a pit bull ... he live to be 11 years old he died from a tumor .... i miss him so much i love that dog .... i cannot believe how humans treat these dogs ... Helen keller also own a pit bull .... and the little rascals they also had a pit bull why do people just treat them so horrible .... please dont allow Mr. Vicks to play football. i mean in definatley forever


Thank you,

marie stine

Posted by: mariestine@aol.com | August 25, 2007 12:41 PM

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