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PETA President Ingrid Newkirk Discusses Michael Vick Case On MSNBC

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Lately I feel like all I’m talking about is Michael Vick. With all the controversy going on in the news about the faded football star, we’ve had a plethora of gossip about which to gab.

Last week, PETA President Ingrid Newkirk appeared on MSNBC to discuss her thoughts on Michael Vick being allowed back in the NFL.  During the interview she said:

“I think you have to wonder is the guy a psychopath, and only time will tell. So I would be very weary. He may be able to throw a ball nicely, but he’s not a role model and he never should be held up as one.”

Earlier this year PETA offered to work with Vick, but only if he would take a series of psychological tests and an MRI brain scan in an effort to find evidence of clinical psychopathy or anti-social personality disorder. Vick refused the request.

Check out the video below to view the entire interview.

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