Found July 11, 2013 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Marcus Vick
George Zimmerman is awaiting the verdict in his murder trial and could be looking at up to 30 years in prison. Former NFL quarterback Marcus Vick is hoping he gets just that. Vick, who has developed something of a controversial reputation on Twitter, took to his computer yet again on Thursday to express his feelings on Zimmerman and the Trayvon Martin murder case. As usual he had some interesting, if not controversial, things to say. The younger Vick even brought his brother Michael, who was sentenced to two years in prison for running an illegal dog fighting ring, up in the conversation, comparing Zimmerman’s charges with that of the Eagles quarterback. Check out Vick’s tweets below. A dogs life means more than a humans? Or a black person life huh?— Marcus Vick (@MVFive) July 11, 2013 He could've fired warning shots!!! I hope the homies in the BIG house go bananas on his racist ass.— Marcus Vick (@MVFive) July 11, 2013 Zimmerman better get 30+ years in prison. If my brother had...
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