A co-defendant in the dog fighting case against Michael Vick has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
Tony Taylor appeared in a Richmond, Virginia courtroom today to enter the plea as part of an agreement made with prosecutors.
He pledged to work with the government and possibly testify against the other men indicted along with him on alleged dog fighting charges.
Taylor is reported today as saying that nearly the entire Bad Newz Kennels enterprise was financed by Vick.
Taylor is the only defendant to enter a guilty plea.
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