Inside Conditions—Michael Vick, PETA and Iraq


I am angry, no, completely livid about the constant persecution of NFL quarterback Michael Vick.
In December of 2007, Vick was convicted of his role in an illegal dog fighting ring. He was sentenced to 23 months in prison. He served his sentence, paid his “debt of humanity” not his debt to society because he didn’t then and still doesn’t owe society nothing, not one damn thing.
A recent article written by Rich Cimini reported that, “Soon after signing a one-year contract [with the NY Jets] in March, a group in Cortland, NY—home of the Jets’ training camp—started an online petition to ban him from camp. It received more than 20,000 signatures. 20,000 signatures to ban a man from playing professional football?
Now before Michael Vick was ever discovered or convicted in regard to “the mistreatment” of animals, one of the most prominent organizations trusted with ensuring the welfare of animals was allegedly operating its own animal genocide ring that was far more diabolical and self serving than the offenses allegedly committed by Michael Vick.

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