Skip to comments.Goon Over Miami: Jets Assistant Coach Apologizes for Tripping Dolphins Player
Posted on 12/13/2010 7:42:15 AM PST by martin_fierro
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Maybe Michael Prick should have done to him what he did to those dogs. I don't mean fighting them either; I mean the way he gleefully killed them. POS couldn't have them put to sleep could he? No he had to torture them.
Damn shame he wasn't murdered in prison.
Have they actually announced the punishment?
I do think it always sad to see a man lose his livelihood. I don’t want to see him have his life ruined over it. I personally am a big believer in second chances. People make mistakes and do absolutely dumb things. Sometimes it takes them a long time to admit it, sometimes they own right up to, and sometimes they may never own up to it at least publicly (maybe to God). Whatever the case is, hopefully they go on and do great things in the future learning from their mistakes. However, I do think it is likely that his “boss” is leaving him out to dry, at least publicly.
Yes... $25K fine... suspended for the remainder of this season.
NOTHING I hate more than bosses who tell you to do something, then run for the hills when the plan backfires.
A human life for a dogs life. Ok.
Not that he killed them but how he killed them.
You might not have a problem with it or may not know how he much he enjoyed torturing them. For that matter you might agree with this treatment of animals. IF so then you are a POS just like him.
Whatever, I would have a lot more respect for Vick if he killed himself. It would be really great if he drank bleach and died slowly and in agony like he killed the dogs.
If you didn’t want an answer then you shouldn’t have stupidly asked the question. Then again you are a n00bie and with that attitude won’t be around long anyway.
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