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Bids on Vick's Notes Reach $10,000

Bids reached $10,000 on Thursday for the alleged notes from Michael Vick’s official apology given in response to charges in a dog fighting scandal. Startribune explores this issue further at their website.

The Humane Society of the United States is selling the outline of his speech on eBay with proceeds going to an account used to prevent dog fighting. It has not yet been verified whether these notes actually belong to Vick. The eBay auction site includes a photograph of the notes and a message from The Human Society of the United States.

The Human Society of the United States president Payne Pacelle wants to turn Vick’s actions into something positive by helping animals with money accrued from the auction. More information on the fund can be found at their website.