There’s more bad news for Mike Vick. A South Carolina inmate has filed a civil suit against Vick seeking “$63,000,000,000 billion dollars” in damages (yes, that would be $63,000,000,000,000,000,000) “backed by gold and silver “ to be delivered to the front gates to the Williamsburg Federal Correctional facility in South Carolina.
The facts in this dispute are complicated, but the allegations in the neatly hand-written complaint essentially boil down to the following:
1) Vick stole two white mixed pit bull dogs from the Plaintiff in Holiday, Fl.
2) Vick used the two dogs for his dogfighting operations in Richmond, Va.
3) Vick then proceeded to sell the stolen dogs on eBay and “used the proceeds to purchase missiles from the Iran government” because he needed the missiles as part of his pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda.
4) Vick stole the Plaintiff’s “identity from [the Plaintiff's] coat, and used it to open accounts at various pet stores to purchase food for the stolen dogs.
Other miscellaneous allegations include
5) Vick violated copyright law (referred to by the Plaintiff as “my copyright laws”) “by using the “Plaintiff’s copyright name on his personal football outfit and casual clothing.”
6) Vick “subjected [the Plaintiff] to microwave testing.”
7) And, finally, “Vick used drugs in school zones.”
In addition to the”$63,000,000,000 billion dollars backed by gold and silver”, the Plaintiff asks the court to issue a temporary restraining order against Vick so that Vick will “stop physically hurting my feelings and dashing my hopes.”