An Alabama man pleaded guilty Wednesday to organizing dog fights that attracted participants from several states who bet thousands on the deadly matches.
An investigation into organized dog fighting and gambling in the Southeast resulted in 12 arrests and the seizure of 367 pits bulls in one of the nation’s largest crackdowns on the bloody exhibitions.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Michael Vick’s book-signing tour has been canceled because of threats against him for running a dogfighting ring. The Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback was scheduled to sign copies of his autobiography “Finally Free,” at […]
SURRY, Va. (AP) — Charges against a woman accused of mistreating animals at Michael Vick’s former dogfighting headquarters were set aside Tuesday after a key witness failed to appear for her trial. According to media […]
NFL quarterback Michael Vick is throwing his support behind a tough new anti-dogfighting bill. Appearing on Capitol Hill, Vick read a short statement on behalf of the Humane Society during a hearing on the measure […]