Marcus Vick continued with his own micro-blog version of HLN today, commenting on the closing arguments in the George Zimmerman trial– you know, that case being featured in an ongoing movie on CNN. Vick, for once, used some logic:
Point blank. Pun not intended, of course. But good call. One should always respect authority.
On June 13, 2008, a bicycle officer in Norfolk approached a couple arguing in a car. When asked for identification, [Marcus] Vick allegedly took off, driving the car at high speed. When another officer spotted the car and stopped it, Vick failed a sobriety test. He was charged with DUI, misdemeanor eluding police, driving on the wrong side of a street, reckless driving, driving on a suspended license, and was taken into custody.
Totally. Could not agree more, Marcus. A physically superior being pointing a gun at a 17-year-old when no true threat presented itself… silly.
On January 9, 2006, Vick was charged with three counts of brandishing a firearm, a Class One misdemeanor, in Suffolk, Virginia. A police report alleged that he pointed a gun at a 17-year-old in the parking lot of a McDonald’s in Suffolk after Vick’s girlfriend had an argument with three people. Vick claimed that the gun in question was a BlackBerry cell phone and that his accusers were trying to blackmail him.
This has been A Moment with Marcus.
H/T to Matthew