Consumers release hounds on Michael Vick


There’s a reason why presumption of innocence is not a principle highly valued by companies that use celebrity endorsers: The general public seems to have a presumption of guilt. In a Rasmussen Reports poll conducted in the aftermath of Michael Vick’s dogfighting indictment, just 12 percent of respondents said they have a favorable impression of the Atlanta quarterback.

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