Michael Vick House Raided Again
Federal agents investigating possible dogfighting searched property owned by Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick on Friday. According to ESPN,
A dozen cars and a U-Haul truck were parked Friday on property owned by Falcons quarterback Michael Vick in what appeared to be a second federal raid of the wooded site that has been the focus of a dogfighting probe.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture agent stationed at the gate on the southeastern Virginia property had no comment, ESPN’s Kelly Naqi reports. The USDA is the federal agency with oversight over treatment of domestic animals and investigates dog fighting allegations.
I’m not an animal activist, but dog fighting is just wrong. Please don’t hurt the puppies.
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