Just received this e-mail from the American Humane Society. When I try to click on the link provided, the window won't open. I suppose you could just Google "NFL" and go to their website. Tell the NFL to Suspend Michael Vick! Dear Wolfpacker, [Picture of a mutilated dog] This dog was one of 52 pit bulls seized from Michael Vick's property. The organization Late yesterday, a federal grand jury indicted NFL star quarterback Michael Vick and three cohorts on felony dogfighting charges. Its the latest disturbing news in a case that The Humane Society of the United States has assisted with since the alleged cruelties came to light in Virginia last April. I hope you will take action today to urge the NFL to suspend Michael Vick indefinitely. The abuses described in the 19-page indictment are almost beyond belief: In or about March of 2003, PEACE [one of Vicks co-defendants], after consulting with VICK about the losing female pit bull's condition, executed the losing dog by wetting the dog down with water and electrocuting the animal. In or about April 2007, PEACE, PHILLIPS, and VICK executed approximately 8 dogs that did not perform well in "testing" sessions...by various methods, including hanging, drowning, and slamming at least one dog's body to the ground." The NFL expressed disappointment and said yesterday that we believe that all concerned should allow the legal process to determine the facts. Well, thats just not good enough. These acts were not petty or harmless; they were nothing short of gruesome and barbaric. And there is precedent for a suspension: Other NFL players, such as Pacman Jones and Chris Henry, have been suspended while they awaited trial and before they were convicted. Please contact the NFL today and urge the league to suspend Michael Vick. For details about the case and The organizations role in assisting federal prosecutors with the investigation and the care of 52 pit bulls taken from Vicks property, click here. And if you are able, please make a special donation today to help us care for those animals while the case is being pursued by federal authorities. Thank you for all you do for animals. Sincerely, Wayne Pacelle President & CEO The Humane Society of the United States UPDATE - Finally got the window to open, but it reads "Servers Busy." Perhaps everyone is e-mailing the NFL.