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"We are hoping the NFL does the right thing," Reese said. "If they choose to penalize him, she feels her name has been cleared and she's been vindicated."
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Reese said there are a lot of links with Favre pictures and voice messages. As for what the sentencing of his client would doled out, Reese was not specific.