Michael Vick Got Served, Protested Against

Everybody seems to be pretty peeved with Mr. Vick...even PETA! Those plucky characters spent yesterday afternoon picketing outside NFL headquarters. Of course Roger Goodell wasn't actually there to see it, he was safe from their mutton chopped intimidators in his subterranean bunker.

On Thursday Vick got his first taste of the legal process when he was served with a summons courtesy of the U.S. Marshals. Tommy Lee Jones was unavailable for comment so we'll go with the next best thing, The Smoking Gun.


The Smoking Gun has learned. The Atlanta Falcons quarterback, 27, was processed in the marshals office in the U.S. District Court in Richmond (Vick apparently slipped unnoticed into the building). Along with posing for mug shots, Vick had his various tattoos photographed by a marshal.

Silly Mike, now you'll never get that Jewish cemetery plot. But seriously, it's not as if a "Puppy Eichman" tattoo on a guy's back is any indication of guilt.

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