From CNN.com news, today, the The Surry County Virginia grand jury has indicted suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick on state charges of running a dogfighting ring at Vick’s Virginia home.  The charges brought against Vick – one count of unlawfully torturing and killing dogs and one of promoting dogfights – are both felony charges that could result in a five-year prison term.  Vick is already facing a possible prison term of 12 to 18 months for his August guilty plea to a federal conspiracy charge of bankrolling a dogfighting operation from his Newport News, Virginia, home.

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