Interesting happening on the Michael Vick front.
Last week a radio mouth got on the air and stated that former Falcon Ray Buchanan had told him that Michael Vick was very much into dog fighting and that Ray said Michael was involved with the dogs on the property in VA.
Well, Mr. Buchanan wants to make it clear. He didn't say any of the things attributed to him on that radio show.
"I don't know anything about Mike being involved in dogfighting, and that's for real, coming from the Mouth of the South," Buchanan told the Journal-Constitution Monday. "For me to say something like that is wrong because I'd never throw another player under the bus. I don't know and I didn't say anything about Mike Vick, who I know, who I live by, having anything to do with dogfighting."
The analyst who made the claims refuses to back down from his earlier comments.
"I'm going to stand by comments that I made on the show," Fox Sports analyst Chris Landry said. "That's all I'm going to say about it."
So, it would seem that there are two versions of the conversation that took place between Landry and Buchanan. And no tape.
The radio host, Steve Duerring, said Monday that Landry "was pretty convincing."
And Mr. Buchanan is not?
Well, the plot against Vick thickens.
We have stated from day one that this was part of an umbrella scheme to rid the NFL of Negro QBs. We indisputably pointed out the Government's involvement with trying to entrap Mr. Vick at the airport; the scheme to use the magic of government "alchemy" to turn jewelery into marijuana. We effectively pointed out that the most damning "evidence" of Vick's knowledge about the dogs on the property was simply unattributed quotes to unnamed "friends" of Vick's. And now, the quotes supposedly made by Buchanan that have been pasted on every sports page around the country are turning out to be a figment of some no name analyst's vivid imagination.
The truth has a way of eventually making itself known. It can be avoided and pushed out of view for a period of time. But, eventually the truth shines through.
So far, all this has proven to be nothing but smoke. They say, "where there's smoke, there's fire." But, and we can all agree, in this case it should be, "where there's smoke, there's mirrors." Because this is proving to be nothing but a smoke and mirrors charade of chicanery and evil intentions.
We ask that Mr. Vick take a moment, when the smoke clears, to look in one of those mirrors. Look long and hard at the face that the conspirators want to see gone from the NFL. Understand that the truth is a righteous teacher.
And share that truth.