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TOPIC: NAACP To Support Vick
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There was a rally to "support" Vick yesterday, July 30, 2007.

"We Support Vick a Human Being Over Dogs," was the message of one placard to honking passing cars on Northside Drive. Other supporters said they believed Vick should be given the benefit of the doubt until his day in court.

"Look at what he has done for this city — he's made this city a ton of money every Sunday," said Hiram Melvin, 50 of Decatur. "This dogfighting has been going on for years. It's not something that just started. It's not a big deal."

Sunday's rally was organized by New Order, a Marietta-based human rights group. On Friday, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference issued a statement and the NAACP has called a news conference for today to ask the public to withhold judgment until all the facts come out in court.

"There have been too many people vilifying Michael Vick before we have full access to information on what allegedly happened," said Atlanta NACCP President R.L. White in a telephone interview.

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I am all for the man having his day in court and receiving a fair trial. But I also agree with the post that said that the NAACP needs to be responsible in deciding who it supports. I do believe that there are more serious issues in the inner cities than a thug turned rich being cruel to animals. If the man is found guilty by his peers than he needs to have his ass punished, it is as simple as that.


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Another THUG gets his DMX arrested on drug, animal cruelty charges May 9, 2008, 2:46 PM EST PHOENIX (AP) -- Authorities say DMX has been arrested on drug and animal-cruelty charges in Phoenix following an overnight raid on the rapper's house.

The Maricopa County sheriff's office says the 37-year-old, whose real name is Earl Simmons, at first tried to barricade himself in his bedroom. He came out as a SWAT team entered during the early-morning raid Friday.

The indictment stems from an August search of the rapper's home prompted by reports of dogs being abused on his property.

His attorney, Murray Richman, says he told his client to expect such a raid after his efforts to make DMX available to law enforcement were rebuffed. Richman says the animal cruelty charges are not supported by the evidence.

DMX was also arrested Tuesday after speed-enforcement cameras captured him going 114 mph on a suburban Phoenix freeway.

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Wanted to post this last week:

Michael Vick gets almost 14 dog years in prison!

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ok moron...lol, now that was funny. I don't care who it is dog fighting, trafficking, and rico charges..bustem dano

Destin FL
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Yes Destin, I was totally surprised when Bush's name came up.

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what does dog fighting have to do with Bush...what a fucin idiot...

Destin FL
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yeah redeem this vick...asshole should be banned from pro sports..send him to DC he can be elected mayor...do crack even, they don't care.

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he should be given a chance to redeem himself. the statement though, is not well though out

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Just this Wed.

R.L. White, president of the Atlanta chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said his organization does not condone dogfighting or any other illegal activity, but he told reporters that Vick should be given a chance to redeem himself.

"In some instances, I believe Michael Vick has received more negative press than if he would've killed a human being," White said. "The way he is being persecuted, he wouldn't have been persecuted that much had he killed somebody."

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They did when it first came out...hell 50% still think OJ was innocent.

"There have been too many people vilifying Michael Vick before we have full access to information on what allegedly happened," said Atlanta NACCP President R.L. White in a telephone interview.

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