Prosecutors will not file charges against Atlanta Falcon’s quarterback, Michael Vick, after a drug test on his water bottle came up negative.
For those of you not in the know, Michael Vick was stopped at the Miami International Airport last Wednesday and made to surrender his water bottle, which not only had a *secret compartment* in it, but smelled of pot. Vick wasn’t arrested, and the water bottle was sent to a crime lab in Florida to be tested.
There are more questions than answers in this case, things are just way too bizarre to overlook. For instance: Why in the hell would a grown man have a *secret compartment* in a water bottle if he wasn’t carrying something secret? If Vick was transporting water, surely he would have used a plain ole water bottle and not a water bottle with a *secret compartment* in it.
Say what you want about cops, but they are experts when it comes to two smells: donuts and pot. If the cops, not cop but copS, smelled pot in Vick’s water bottle, rest assured it was pot. A cop can smell a joint from 1000 yards, and a donut from 3 miles away, there is no way a bunch of cops were wrong about that. No way. Especially in Florida.
Why would general manager Rich McKay say that owner Arthur Blank was *Upset* with Vick right after the news broke on this? Surely Vick was in contact with Blank and told him he was innocent? Wouldn’t Blank, who signed Vick for $130 million, stand behind his prize quarterback a little heavier than that. Oui?
Why wasn’t Vick questioned on the FACT that he tried to take something with a SECRET COMPARTMENT onto an airplane? Remember 9/11? Is there one rule for Vick and one for us? Put it this way, if airport security stopped YOU and found a water bottle with a secret compartment that smelled like dope, would you be questioned? Would they allow YOU to board a plane?
Why isn’t Vick freaking out about being unfairly accused of a serious crime? If someone accused you of a crime you didn’t commit, wouldn’t you freak out to save your reputation?
If that smell wasn’t pot, what was it then? What was in Michael Vick’s water bottle?
Remember, this is the same Michael Vick who last April settled a lawsuit with a woman who accused him of knowingly giving her herpes, so herpe boy isn’s exactly a saint.
I do know one thing for a fact though, Vick was in Miami when this went down, and that’s the closest he’ll ever get to the Superbowl.