Well, this takes me back to…oh, not that long ago…

Ah, I see ESPN is looking to redeem Michael Vick in its upcoming documentary on the dog-killer:

ESPN producing documentary seeking to excuse Vick’s crimes

“Perhaps the biggest question, though, was raised by the documentary’s director, Stanley Nelson, in a phone interview Wednesday with The Washington Post: “How does something that so many of us see as horribly cruel and torturous, how does anybody not see that?””

Well, with all due respect, Stanley, he’s lying to you.  He’s just looking to rehabilitate his image.

“”I was really, really competitive, and I loved dogs,” he says in the documentary.”

Vick loved them so much that, when he was done with them, he killed them by electrocution and hanging.  I’ll spare you, but the photos of his sadistic crimes are available online for all to see.

You think ESPN is going to include that in the documentary?  Doubt it.


6 thoughts on “January 30, 2020: Dialing home! Excusing psychotic behavior! #AmazingPeopleWithWhomIHaveWorked!

  1. The attempted rehabilitation of Vick is one of the most appalling things I’ve seen in the last few years. And that’s a period when there’s been a lot of appalling things.

    Cool to see some familiar and not so familiar faces that you’ve worked with. Look like great people!

  2. Loved the video interview. I so hope for more Stargate in the near future. I still stand by my statement. I love Star Trek but when I began watching SG-1 Star Trek fell to second place.

  3. Sounds like a proper psychopath who needs to be ‘treated’/ tortured in mental prison…..along with all the other psychotic po po who go around murdering people’s dogs/ family members. But, oh no it’s all filled up with us political dissidents who protest their crimes…..

  4. Vic’s putting money into a P.R firm, I see. They don’t call it the “National Felon’s League” for nothing.

    Speaking of sociopaths, have you seen the Netflix Documentary on R. Kelly? Wowza! He surrounded himself with some F-upped people.

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