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Vick voluntarily speaks to detective about shooting

Michael Vick wasn’t required to speak to authorities regarding the shooting that took place after his birthday party, but he decided to call the police Monday morning anyway.

Vick’s lawyer confirmed to the Virginian-Pilot that Vick spoke with a detective Monday morning.  Vick said he left the party roughly 30 minutes before the shot was fired.  [Note: This appears to conflict with the timeline laid out by Vick’s TV producer.] Vick’s dogfighting co-conspirator Quanis Phillips was reportedly thrown out of the party before the shooting and wound up in the hospital.

Phillips was an uninvited guest at the party and was removed from the shindig, according to Vick’s lawyer Lawrence H. Woodward Jr. 

The decision by Vick to speak to police makes sense on a few levels.  Even though the police didn’t request to speak with him, the Eagles quarterback knows the NFL is watching.  Talking to the cops gives the impression Vick has nothing to hide.

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  1. Thomas Abt says: Jun 28, 2010 3:45 PM

    Bad move, you don’t voluntarily talk to the cops about anything! Now he establishes a timeline for his presence at the party, what if it comes out that he was there 10 minutes before the shooting?

  2. DanRooney says: Jun 28, 2010 3:46 PM

    Guilty.
    4-6 game suspension goodell. still waiting for the cheaters on the vikings and saints to be suspended as well. oh and the redskins HGH users but i’ll let that pass since they don’t even pose a threat to CFL teams.

  3. philyeagles5 says: Jun 28, 2010 3:47 PM

    what do all you Vick haters have to say now? damn give the man a chance. everyone makes stupid mistakes.

  4. Dayton Dolfan says: Jun 28, 2010 3:48 PM

    I propose a new tv series. Law & Order: NFL
    seeing how this is an NBC site, this idea should get some attention.

  5. this class sucks says: Jun 28, 2010 3:50 PM

    I love the difference between Gregg articles and Mike articles. Florio would have never said “talking to the cops gives the impression Vick has nothing to hide.” Florio would have said something along the lines of “Vick talking to the cops proves that something went down. I suspect Vick probably attempted to murder a police officer while he was at the station.”
    On an unrelated topic, Vick now has the record for the most commented articles, dominating half of the top 10 most commented articles. So expect a lot more articles about Vick in the future.

  6. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 3:52 PM

    Talking to the cops gives the impression Vick has nothing to hide.
    =====================
    Um……..yeah, except when what you tell the police directly contradicts what someone close to you is saying.
    From previous post:
    “It was probably about 4:00 a.m. Nasvhille time. He told me that, ‘Something just went down. We’re at this party and shots rang out.’ As far as I know from what it sounded like, Mike was there and they left shortly after that. . . . ”
    Not saying Vick is lying, but contradictions like these will only draw police attention to him, not quiet it down

  7. WildBirdOffense says: Jun 28, 2010 3:53 PM

    The truth shall set you free Mike Vick! You will make it through this if you are truly innocen! God has your back!

  8. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 3:56 PM

    police : Vick is of no interest to us:
    Why do you all still feel the need to try and go on a witch hunt? BTW even if someone with a felony was present in his vicinity.. that is not the final word. There are other things to take into account which is why no officer is even going to bother with this.
    End of the matter? He was there, it was his event in a public domain. Others showed up that maybe had felonies or were on parole…. don’t matter to him, they can only affect their own legal issues for knowingly going. It doesnt matter if he invited anyone or not. He was there first and thats how it is. Funny how no one with any BASIC law knowledge is even bothering to look into this case.

  9. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 3:58 PM

    If these things worked the way most on a witch hunt wanted them to… you could just run around with a felony or weapon and go near individuals that can’t be around them… and “get them in trouble”. No, sorry doesn’t work that way.

  10. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 3:59 PM

    Being involved in this situation on any level was the mistake, no one is saying that Vick shot anyone. No one cares.
    Do you look at this dude and say he’s changed? That life had to be over for him. Sorry, but true. And if he wants to live that life, he needs to find a new job.
    You see Paul Pierce today doing what he did as a rookie? Nope. Because he learned that you can’t reconcile that kind of lifestyle with being the face of a franchise and being a professional athlete.
    You control the situation and environment or you stay at home.
    Note to Vick.
    Note to Big Ben.
    Note to Plaxico Burress.

  11. ClayMath52 says: Jun 28, 2010 4:01 PM

    I agree he has nothing to hide. A party for him at a club ends in a patron to the club being shot. Doesn’t sound like Vick had anything to do with it. Can’t expect a guy to never go out and have a life. He may want to choose his hangout spots more carefully though.

  12. Bwa Ha Ha says: Jun 28, 2010 4:01 PM

    Here;s a novel thought,
    Maybe he doesn’t have anything to hide?

  13. DinGle_DanGle says: Jun 28, 2010 4:02 PM

    Show them Nay Sayers whats up M. Vick…

  14. Firedude71_60 says: Jun 28, 2010 4:09 PM

    A Michael Vick article that isn’t biased, and doesn’t have a completely irrelevant reference to dog fighting. I guess that means Florio didn’t write it

  15. AllThat says: Jun 28, 2010 4:12 PM

    @Dayton Dolfan says:
    June 28, 2010 3:48 PM
    I propose a new tv series. Law & Order: NFL
    seeing how this is an NBC site, this idea should get some attention.
    ————————————————
    That would be awesome…………………

  16. PatsFan0615 says: Jun 28, 2010 4:13 PM

    Dayton Dolfan says:
    June 28, 2010 3:48 PM
    I propose a new tv series. Law & Order: NFL
    seeing how this is an NBC site, this idea should get some attention.
    ———————————————————–
    GREAT IDEA!!!!!!

  17. EverybodyGotAIDS says: Jun 28, 2010 4:17 PM

    ClayMath52 says:
    June 28, 2010 4:01 PM
    I agree he has nothing to hide. A party for him at a club ends in a patron to the club being shot. Doesn’t sound like Vick had anything to do with it. Can’t expect a guy to never go out and have a life. He may want to choose his hangout spots more carefully though.
    _____________________
    The guy has, what, a year or two left in the NFL? How long does he have on his probation? 1, 2, maybe 5 years? If he can’t just stay home and mind his own business until then, he doesn’t get it. If you’re serious about keeping yourself out of trouble, you stay away from places that there are likely to be trouble.

  18. John El Way says: Jun 28, 2010 4:19 PM

    He has nothing to hide, including the inside of his head.

  19. robert ethen says: Jun 28, 2010 4:21 PM

    “Quanis wun’t doing any good for the operation anymore so we decided to put him down. Too expensive to keep him around just eating food and taking up space.
    But we try to use them ‘humane’ methods everyone hasslin’ us about. ‘Specially cause Quan were actually a human. Sort of. Shulda jus’ hung ‘im, I guess.”.

  20. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 4:22 PM

    “If these things worked the way most on a witch hunt wanted them to… you could just run around with a felony or weapon and go near individuals that can’t be around them… and “get them in trouble”. No, sorry doesn’t work that way.”
    The only complication was, ya know, the gunplay after the party ended. Now, Vick wasn’t there at the time, but isn’t there a probability that it had something to do with him and his presence?
    And if that is true, Vick should be cut. Because it indicates that he has not learned his lesson.
    Again, this is not about Vick being a criminal or going to jail for parole violation. I am noy saying he ordered or knew that the shooting would go down.
    The issue is simple – has he learned his lesson and turned over a new leaf? This indicates he has not. Why not lobby your team to trade for him now?

  21. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 4:25 PM

    Lol at people who say someone shouldn’t have a life and sit inside. Your grasp on reality is severely skewed.

  22. ADogDC says: Jun 28, 2010 4:32 PM

    Interesting to see how Florio will spin this to the public…..Usually he takes to handling these type of post…
    Amazingly, he wrote about some TV producer with no 1st hand knowledge, but not this one immediately afterwards? I guess he had to take a ‘recess’ and maybe for once try to gather some facts instead of he said, he said stuff….

  23. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 4:34 PM

    again, how does someone elses actions have any relations to him “turning a new leaf” and not participating in dog fighting? unless you are trying to alter reality so far that you claim that this shooting was over a unpaid dog bet? or something of that nature? please stop typing.

  24. TexasBubba says: Jun 28, 2010 4:34 PM

    WildBirdOffense
    you have to know what two famous men uttered that phrase, and what happened to them

  25. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 4:38 PM

    The only complication was, ya know, the gunplay after the party ended. Now, Vick wasn’t there at the time, but isn’t there a probability that it had something to do with him and his presence?
    And if that is true, Vick should be cut. Because it indicates that he has not learned his lesson.
    Again, this is not about Vick being a criminal or going to jail for parole violation. I am noy saying he ordered or knew that the shooting would go down.
    The issue is simple – has he learned his lesson and turned over a new leaf? This indicates he has not. Why not lobby your team to trade for him now?
    =====================================================================
    L O L . Omg, you just said Vick should be cut because it possibly happened because of his presence. Ahaha You just lost all credibility.
    No, this issue is simple. Vick has done his time and thats that. Your perception on reality and biasd reasonings show alot.
    What does his football career have to do with anything? Why are you bringing that up? because you can’t find a valid point so you are gona try and change the subject? haha.

  26. robert ethen says: Jun 28, 2010 4:42 PM

    Mike “left roughly 30 minutes” before the shooting started.
    Quanis left “roughly” just ahead of the flying bullets.

  27. 757Eaglesfan says: Jun 28, 2010 4:48 PM

    OK first and foremost as an Eagles fan and as a Virginia Beach resident i see this as just another way to try to drag Michael Vick through the mud. I know exactly where the bar is and have went there on numerous occasions. It is not a bad place at all and to be quite honest a shooting at a “club” (bar) in Virginia Beach or Hampton roads is not an uncommon thing at all….I see it on the news quite often. The place where it happened was Guadalajaras, which in fact is a mexican restaurant and at night alot of locals go there to drink…it is not in fact a nightclub…a bar maybe! So any one who says he is at fault ask yourself this one question….If you have a birthday party at a local place and someone gets shot does that make it your fault? Should you get drug through the mud?

  28. HarrisonHits says: Jun 28, 2010 4:49 PM

    “Lol at people who say someone shouldn’t have a life and sit inside. Your grasp on reality is severely skewed.”
    @Jon Evans,
    LOL @ you, take you a long time to build the fantasyland you live in ?. It’s called probation. When you are a convicted felon you lose some of your rights and aren’t allowed to do all the things that people who haven’t been in jail on felonies are allowed to do at will.
    Furthermore, when an employer pays you millions of dollars they do have a right to expect you to make good decisions about staying away from likely trouble. Especially if you want them to continue paying you a lot of money.

  29. geo1113 says: Jun 28, 2010 4:50 PM

    realitypolice says:
    June 28, 2010 3:52 PM
    Um……..yeah, except when what you tell the police directly contradicts what someone close to you is saying.
    From previous post:
    “It was probably about 4:00 a.m. Nasvhille time. He told me that, ‘Something just went down. We’re at this party and shots rang out.’ As far as I know from what it sounded like, Mike was there and they left shortly after that. . . . ”
    ==========================
    There is no direct contradiction.

  30. geo1113 says: Jun 28, 2010 4:52 PM

    “Talking to the cops gives the impression Vick has nothing to hide.”
    Or it could be he actually has nothing to hide.

  31. bigrig says: Jun 28, 2010 4:53 PM

    CYA. Get that alibi on file now. Look like you’re cooperating with the cops because Roger is watching your every move and holding your livlihood in the palm of his hands.
    Being at a club past midnight while on federal probation isn’t the smartest thing you can be doing.
    Roger is watching you Mike.

  32. geo1113 says: Jun 28, 2010 4:58 PM

    Mooch says:
    June 28, 2010 4:22 PM
    “The only complication was, ya know, the gunplay after the party ended. Now, Vick wasn’t there at the time, but isn’t there a probability that it had something to do with him and his presence?
    And if that is true, Vick should be cut. Because it indicates that he has not learned his lesson.”
    ==========================
    It definitely had something to do with Vick and his presence at the party. The guy who got shot crashed the party. So what? It doesn’t mean Vick had anything to do with the shooting.
    His parole office and the NFL will review and if they find an infraction, there will be consequences.

  33. DallasNiner says: Jun 28, 2010 5:02 PM

    Jon Evans says:
    June 28, 2010 4:25 PM
    Lol at people who say someone shouldn’t have a life and sit inside. Your grasp on reality is severely skewed.
    Most of us aren’t saying that at all. I can go out and have been for years without having people shot around me. Then again, I’m not stupid and don’t hang around thugs. He puts himself in these types of situations based on the people he associates with.

  34. RyanT. says: Jun 28, 2010 5:15 PM

    Why do the Philadelphia Eagles want their entire team image to be tarnished for a backup gimmick play QB, that they wouldn’t even consider starting if Kolb went down with injury???

  35. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 5:28 PM

    LOL @ you, take you a long time to build the fantasyland you live in ?. It’s called probation. When you are a convicted felon you lose some of your rights and aren’t allowed to do all the things that people who haven’t been in jail on felonies are allowed to do at will.
    Furthermore, when an employer pays you millions of dollars they do have a right to expect you to make good decisions about staying away from likely trouble. Especially if you want them to continue paying you a lot of money.
    ==========================
    Fantasy land? interesting. I understand the law system considering it was my second major and I deal with it alot during my career. Congradulations, You can read broad statements about probation; however, you still don’t have a clue about the way it works. if it worked the way you “believe” it does, someone could simply go around getting peoples parole revoked by being there. You clearly do not know anything about how it works.
    #2 The more you post about money the more it’s clear your biasd hatred for someone you don’t know making more money than you.

  36. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 5:34 PM

    757Eaglesfan says:
    June 28, 2010 4:48 PM
    OK first and foremost as an Eagles fan and as a Virginia Beach resident i see this as just another way to try to drag Michael Vick through the mud. I know exactly where the bar is and have went there on numerous occasions. It is not a bad place at all and to be quite honest a shooting at a “club” (bar) in Virginia Beach or Hampton roads is not an uncommon thing at all….I see it on the news quite often. The place where it happened was Guadalajaras, which in fact is a mexican restaurant and at night alot of locals go there to drink…it is not in fact a nightclub…a bar maybe! So any one who says he is at fault ask yourself this one question….If you have a birthday party at a local place and someone gets shot does that make it your fault? Should you get drug through the mud?
    =====================
    That crap about Guadalajaras not being a club was dealt with on another article- there is more than one Guads and the one where Vick’s party was is mostly definitely run as a night club at certain times.
    Since you know that shootings are not that unusual in Virginia Beach clubs, it stands to reason that Vick would too. So why in the hell would someone on probation have a birthday party in one of these places?
    Just another Vick Head poster who doesn’t understand the simple legal concept that people on probation are not entitled to go where they want and do what they want.
    BTW- if I had a birthday party somewhere and someone I had known for 15 years and been involved in a federal criminal conspiracy with got shot, I would certainly assume that I would probably take some heat for it. ESPECIALLY IF I WAS ON FEDERAL PROBATION.

  37. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 5:35 PM

    June 28, 2010 4:50 PM
    realitypolice says:
    June 28, 2010 3:52 PM
    Um……..yeah, except when what you tell the police directly contradicts what someone close to you is saying.
    From previous post:
    “It was probably about 4:00 a.m. Nasvhille time. He told me that, ‘Something just went down. We’re at this party and shots rang out.’ As far as I know from what it sounded like, Mike was there and they left shortly after that. . . . ”
    ================= =========
    There is no direct contradiction.
    ============================
    Really?!? Read it again- “Mike was there and left shortly after that”. That doesn’t directly contradict MV’s statement to police that he left before the shooting?
    hmmm…………….

  38. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 5:36 PM

    “Lol at people who say someone shouldn’t have a life and sit inside. Your grasp on reality is severely skewed.”
    If you went to prison and want to have an NFL career after that, staying inside is precisely what you have to do. Because you effed up.
    That is reality in the Roger Goodell era, my man.
    OR…He needs to go to the most upscale club possible and stay behind the biggest velvet rope they make.
    If you are not willing to do that, don’t seek reinstatement.

  39. jibfest says: Jun 28, 2010 5:37 PM

    Not just any old “patron”, but a co-defendant in the dog fighting ring. Vick had something to do with it, he just passed it off on one of his other hoodrat knucklehead hangers on.

  40. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 5:39 PM

    Jon Evans, you do not get it.
    He should be cut for two reasons…
    1) He is still engaging in risky conduct that put the team’s interests and reputation at risk.
    2) He stinks.
    But you can’t argue a point so you just cry “hater” and slither away.
    I have no illusions about myself, if Vick could even cover kicks or hold on PAT’s I would make excuses for him. I will sit here now and make excuses for Allen Iverson all day ever day when needed.
    But he’s valueless, and puts the team’s rep at risk.
    It is a business. YOU are making it personal.

  41. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 5:41 PM

    “What does his football career have to do with anything? Why are you bringing that up?
    Because he plays football, you child.

  42. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 5:42 PM

    “Omg, you just said Vick should be cut because it possibly happened because of his presence.”
    So if Quintas walks into that bar that night and there is no Mike Vick party and Mike ain’t there, you’d say he had the same % chance of getting shot?
    You child.

  43. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 5:44 PM

    How is it good business to keep Vick, who played 32 snaps last season, for $5mm in 2010? After he has shown through his actions and lack thereof (3 visits to local HS for a total of about 40 minutes in a year) that he has changed?
    Time’s yours.

  44. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 5:45 PM

    Jon Evans says:
    June 28, 2010 4:38 PM
    No, this issue is simple. Vick has done his time and thats that. Your perception on reality and biasd reasonings show alot.
    ==============
    Wow. You’re really stupid. You don’t realize that Vick is still under federal control until 2012? You really didn’t know that- you really thought Vick had “done his time and that was that”?
    Could you at least attempt to have a basic understanding of the facts of a situation before you comment on it?

  45. thirdandgoal says: Jun 28, 2010 5:48 PM

    what’s with the bold?

  46. famucancer says: Jun 28, 2010 5:50 PM

    PFT punked the haters once again. Hilarious.

  47. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 5:51 PM

    Once again, I must comment on the fact of how much more fun this site would be if you updated the comments a little more quickly. You know- like every other web site on the planet.

  48. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 6:02 PM

    Jon Evans says:
    June 28, 2010 5:28 PM
    Fantasy land? interesting. I understand the law system considering it was my second major and I deal with it alot during my career. Congradulations, You can read broad statements about probation; however, you still don’t have a clue about the way it works. if it worked the way you “believe” it does, someone could simply go around getting peoples parole revoked by being there. You clearly do not know anything about how it works.
    #2 The more you post about money the more it’s clear your biasd hatred for someone you don’t know making more money than you.
    =====================
    “The law system” was your second major? What your first major- spelling and grammar?
    I think we all understand that convicted felons can’t just go around standing next to people on probation and getting their probation revoked.
    I think what most people are referring to is the fact that someone shot that clown that night, and if it turns out that the person who did the shooting was invited by and or is close to Vick, he could certainly be subject to revocation if it is found that:
    a) Vick knew that the guy had a gun
    b) The guy was also a felon and Vick knew or should have known it.
    or…
    c) once Vick’s probation officer does an investigation and finds out that 1 or more of the other people specifically invited by Vick are convicted felons, were carrying firearms, or were even peripherally involved in Vick’s past legal problems.
    Just because the police don’t think Vick was involved directly in the shooting doesn’t mean that Vick’s probation officer won’t find something.
    Does that jibe with your thorough understanding of how the “law system” works?

  49. realitypolice says: Jun 28, 2010 6:05 PM

    thirdandgoal says:
    June 28, 2010 5:48 PM
    what’s with the bold?
    =================
    Thank God- I thought it was just my computer.
    It really is annoying.

  50. Y2Cale says: Jun 28, 2010 6:07 PM

    The butler did it in the study with the revolver. I was awesome at CLUE.

  51. tatum32 says: Jun 28, 2010 6:11 PM

    Thats it. Vick has to be the starting QB…who else brings this much drama?

  52. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 6:29 PM

    Look, some people make this a legal issue – which is pointless since no one can say Mike did anything illegal and it seems like he didn’t break the terms of his parole.
    I look at it as a PR and Business issue. And based on that, this is EXACTLY the face-saving scenario that the Eagles needed to wash their hands of this failed attempt to flip a player for a draft pick.

  53. Mooch says: Jun 28, 2010 6:32 PM

    “I understand the law system considering it was my second major and I deal with it alot during my career.”
    1) Taping reruns of LA Law for your mom does not make you a lawyer.
    2) Taping reruns of LA Law for your mom is not a career.

  54. ICDogg says: Jun 28, 2010 7:08 PM

    http://is.gd/d8bRJ
    Vick release conditions

  55. ICDogg says: Jun 28, 2010 7:20 PM

    unbold?

  56. BlondBlueDevils says: Jun 28, 2010 7:43 PM

    Its funny that the “young guns” wanted a change in Philly, saying Kolb would be a better fit than McNabb.
    Its funny how a few mini camps will change a receiver’s mind, when the so called starting qb is receiving the majority of the snaps now.
    Well, today Desean was asked about the Vick incident and was quoted saying…………….
    “I hope Vick doesn’t miss any playing time, because we will really need him this season”.
    Now, that doesn’t sound like a confident receiver in his new starting qb.
    Kolb will be benched by the 3rd game.
    HA HA HA

  57. rmm9090 says: Jun 28, 2010 7:52 PM

    EXACTLY, Mooch.
    This incident is the Eagles “get out of jail free” card. I hope they use it wisely and dump this POS and move on past this failed attempt to “flip ‘em” for a draft pick.

  58. geo1113 says: Jun 28, 2010 7:54 PM

    realitypolice says:
    June 28, 2010 5:35 PM
    “Really?!? Read it again- “Mike was there and left shortly after that”. That doesn’t directly contradict MV’s statement to police that he left before the shooting?”
    ==========================
    You left something out realitypolice. Here is what was said: “”As far as I know from what it sounded like, Mike was there and they left shortly after that. . . ”
    Translation: I didn’t see Mike there. Ergo, no direct contradiction.

  59. SeriousRadio says: Jun 28, 2010 7:57 PM

    Posters here have to recall that PFT is a Vick hater site. Florio has personally attacked Vick on every level since before his arrest.

  60. CH³NO² says: Jun 28, 2010 8:09 PM

    “philyeagles5 says:
    June 28, 2010 3:47 PM
    damn give the man a chance. everyone makes stupid mistakes.”
    Yeah….like when his momma got knocked up with him!

  61. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 9:23 PM

    I love when people fall back to attacking a typo in the internet and can’t fathom responding on topic. It’s just a typical defense mechanism. Stupid? I’m absolutely certain that I have more intelligence than any that have gone against what I have stated.
    Parole or not, you do not udnerstand the law obviously. Sorry, but you can have a party anywhere you want on your birthday anyway you want it. However, it;’s funny how you people contninue to spew off nonsense when he did nothing wrong. Facts show this yet you continue to beat a dead horse just to rant.

  62. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 9:26 PM

    Oh and Child? interesting. How do you come up with that?
    Child. I can do that as well.
    btw
    ===What does his football career have to do with anything? Why are you bringing that up?
    Because he plays football, you child.
    ====
    Football has nothing to do with what the topic was at the time. Which is him having a birthday party and someone being shot out side the establishment that has and stated by police multiple times, NOTHING to do with him.
    Child. oh, thats fun. So, what are you since…. I’m certain that I have acomplished more in my “childhood” than you will by the time you are 50. Do explain or will you continue to fall back spewing “childish” rants and attacking me personaly? Gotcha. Child =)

  63. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 9:28 PM

    =====”I understand the law system considering it was my second major and I deal with it alot during my career.”
    1) Taping reruns of LA Law for your mom does not make you a lawyer.
    2) Taping reruns of LA Law for your mom is not a career.
    =====
    Biopsychology and Behavioral neuroscience as well as Crim justice out of Rutgers university. I am currently an Intel analyst.. and common sense can take over the rest of that statement.
    Still going off on that “child” rhetoric when you are most likely still living with yours?

  64. Jon Evans says: Jun 28, 2010 9:31 PM

    oh, and since you will rant for an hour while I never come back to this thread.
    How about I go outside your job and blow off some rounds and claim it was your decision. Then then can fire you for a PR reason. That is, if you even have a job. “Child” as you continue to state and I am older than you. /boggle

  65. Coach says: Jun 28, 2010 9:48 PM

    Hey Jon Evans go hold hands with yourself and sing “Kumbaya”. Vick paid his debt to society, blah, blah, blah. Yes, we get it. Mike Vick has the legal right to have a birthday party anywhere he wants. I have the legal right to wear a suit made of Chum. But if I jump in the middle of the ocean wearing it, I am just an idiot. Do you get it? Vick is held to a higher standard because he is a federal parolee and he is on the Commissioner’s SHorT list, or on a no tolerance double secret probation. I would think with millions on the line he would be smart enough to keep his birthday celebrations in his control. Maybe 20 close friends in one of their mansions.
    The fact that Vick voluntarily went to the police with his “timeline” may be his second biggest mistake, now all of his statements can be sifted through and he is at the risk of being contradicted by the “close friends” of his at his birthday celebration as well as his parole officer.
    Dumbass- enough said.

  66. Thomas Abt says: Jun 30, 2010 4:34 PM

    Bad move, you don’t voluntarily talk to the cops about anything! Now he establishes a timeline for his presence at the party, what if it comes out that he was there 10 minutes before the shooting?
    TOLD YA!!!!

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