Former Vick adviser charged with Ponzi scheme

Aug 26, 2009 Full story: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 9

Federal prosecutors have charged a woman who once advised Michael Vick and several other NFL players with stealing $3 million from eight victims in a Ponzi scheme.

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doglover2

United States

#1 Aug 26, 2009
We must never forget or allow people to forget the dogs who suffered horribly and were murdered under Vick's thumb.
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/eagles-fans-...
eleise

Detroit, MI

#2 Aug 26, 2009
Unbelievable, this article is clearly about Wong basically stealing money from clients, however instead of having her picture there of Vick and Dungy, I guess the mention of Vick's name will sell more papers than only the mention of Wong, and the article ends up on the Michael Vick forum unbelievable.
eleise

Detroit, MI

#3 Aug 26, 2009
doglover2 wrote:
We must never forget or allow people to forget the dogs who suffered horribly and were murdered under Vick's thumb.
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/eagles-fans-...
Do you really believe that the dogs involved in the Vick case are the only dogs in this world that have been killed by a abuser do you believe that they are the only dogs that have suffered by the hands of an animal abuser. By the way look up the definition for murder. Not to mention your comment has nothing at all to do with this article.
Tracy

United States

#4 Aug 26, 2009
I did watch Vick's interview, I forced myself. It has changed nothing for me. The man is a liar, only feeling sad when he talked about loosing everything, being in jail. The "smirk" that kept trying to come to his face made me want to slap him. It would have felt better if just once he begged forgiveness for killing, abusing sweet dogs, or said he was going to start volunteering at an animal shelter, anything, any sign of remorse, shame, but nothing. All I saw was a man who seems to have once again escaped justice. He can't even bring himself to say the word dogs. I think the whole NFL, not just the Eagles should be ashamed. I couldn't even watch my beloved 49rs, football seeming so insignificant in the face of this murder. I am trying to find something good from this - still looking. It did make me grab my pit Newman & lavish him with tons of kisses, thinking all the while it could have been him. I know we are supposed to forgive but I think it should be earned not given blindly.
Kornbackk Rattler

New Orleans, LA

#5 Aug 26, 2009
Tracy wrote:
I did watch Vick's interview, I forced myself. It has changed nothing for me. The man is a liar, only feeling sad when he talked about loosing everything, being in jail. The "smirk" that kept trying to come to his face made me want to slap him. It would have felt better if just once he begged forgiveness for killing, abusing sweet dogs, or said he was going to start volunteering at an animal shelter, anything, any sign of remorse, shame, but nothing. All I saw was a man who seems to have once again escaped justice. He can't even bring himself to say the word dogs. I think the whole NFL, not just the Eagles should be ashamed. I couldn't even watch my beloved 49rs, football seeming so insignificant in the face of this murder. I am trying to find something good from this - still looking. It did make me grab my pit Newman & lavish him with tons of kisses, thinking all the while it could have been him. I know we are supposed to forgive but I think it should be earned not given blindly.
Pssssssssssst! You can't murder a mere beast, that is reserved for your fellow humans.

Something good? Awareness about dog fighting has never been greater. You can thank Mr. Vick for that.
Positivebull

United States

#6 Aug 26, 2009
Excerpts from my letter to the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles:
"It has been reported that since Vickís jail sentence was announced in December 2007 there has been an increase in crimes committed against companion animals, especially Pit Bulls, so itís no surprise that the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick would "flock" together. Vick will fit right in. Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love? Not!"

"I, for one, will no longer support the Philadelphia Eagles or watch their games, and I will encourage others to do the same. I will dedicate every game lost to the memory of every vicktim who wasnít given a chance or a choice by Vick."
Kornbackk Rattler

New Orleans, LA

#7 Aug 26, 2009
Positivebull wrote:
Excerpts from my letter to the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles:
"It has been reported that since Vickís jail sentence was announced in December 2007 there has been an increase in crimes committed against companion animals, especially Pit Bulls, so itís no surprise that the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick would "flock" together. Vick will fit right in. Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love? Not!"
"I, for one, will no longer support the Philadelphia Eagles or watch their games, and I will encourage others to do the same. I will dedicate every game lost to the memory of every vicktim who wasnít given a chance or a choice by Vick."
See if you can finish this verse for me.

Hello darkness, my old friend,
Ive come to talk with you again,
Because a vision softly creeping,
Left its seeds while I was sleeping,
And the vision that was planted in my brain
Still remains
Mark

United States

#8 Aug 26, 2009
Positivebull wrote:
Excerpts from my letter to the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles:
"It has been reported that since Vickís jail sentence was announced in December 2007 there has been an increase in crimes committed against companion animals, especially Pit Bulls, so itís no surprise that the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick would "flock" together. Vick will fit right in. Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love? Not!"
"I, for one, will no longer support the Philadelphia Eagles or watch their games, and I will encourage others to do the same. I will dedicate every game lost to the memory of every vicktim who wasnít given a chance or a choice by Vick."
sack im
http://www.sackvick.net/sack-vick-petitions/
F--ck the NFL

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Aug 26, 2009
Tracy wrote:
I did watch Vick's interview, I forced myself. It has changed nothing for me. The man is a liar, only feeling sad when he talked about loosing everything, being in jail. The "smirk" that kept trying to come to his face made me want to slap him. It would have felt better if just once he begged forgiveness for killing, abusing sweet dogs, or said he was going to start volunteering at an animal shelter, anything, any sign of remorse, shame, but nothing. All I saw was a man who seems to have once again escaped justice. He can't even bring himself to say the word dogs. I think the whole NFL, not just the Eagles should be ashamed. I couldn't even watch my beloved 49rs, football seeming so insignificant in the face of this murder. I am trying to find something good from this - still looking. It did make me grab my pit Newman & lavish him with tons of kisses, thinking all the while it could have been him. I know we are supposed to forgive but I think it should be earned not given blindly.
Great post and right on target.

"A man who once again has escaped justice."

Once again Michael "The Gangbanging Drug Addict Dog Torturer" Vick has received the best justice money can buy.

All this fairy tale talk about a "2nd chance".

Micahel Vick was busted after September 11th trying to smuggle weed through the airport. Assuming that was the 1st time he ever broke a law (everyone knows it wasn't considering it's common knowledge he's been engaging in dog fighting since he was a kid) then that means he would have got a 2nd chance after that bust.

He used his 2nd chance to engage in a dog torturing ring and with his own hands, kill and torture several dogs.

So now we're on his "3rd chance".

In other words Michael Vick is already Once, Twice, Three Times A Lady...
I mean criminal. Three Times a criminal.

If We Don't Know Him By Now, We Will Never, Ever Know Him.

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