They Always Find Jesus

August 27, 2007 / Posted by:
 
Michael Vick entered a guilty plea for dogfighting before a judge in Richmond, VA this morning. He is awaiting a sentencing date, but rumor is he'll get 2 years.
 
After his plea the judge told him, "You're taking your chances here. You'll have to live with whatever decision I make." TMZ is reporting that Michael will most likely starting singing like a fat Opera singer and naming names in the dogfighting world to hopefully get a lesser sentence.
 
He spoke to reporters after he plead. He had this to say:
 
"I will redeem myself" said Vick, "I have to."
 
"I was ashamed and totally disappointed in myself, to say the least. I want to apologize to all the young kids out there for my immature acts. What I did was very immature, so that means I need to grow up."

Vick also dropped part of his apology in the third person saying, "I totally ask for forgiveness and understanding as I move forward to be a better Michael Vick the person, not the football player."

During the presser, Vick made it clear several times that he never "pointed the finger" and is prepared to face the consequences of his actions.

After speaking for nearly five minutes, Vick left the podium without taking any questions.

 
Immature?! That shit is beyond immature. Michael also claims he found Jesus. What if Jesus doesn't want to be found! Why do they always find Jesus after committing horrendous crimes? It's like that suddenly means they are cured
 
Michael failed to apologize to the animals he hurt. Sorry my ass. Sorry he got caught!
 
 
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