A man sentenced to eight years in prison for the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodgers Stadium in 2011 pleaded guilty Thursday to federal weapons charges, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles.
Bryan Stow, the Giants fan beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot on Opening Day 2011, is speaking publicly for the first time since the attack.
Bryan Stow, the Giants fan beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot on Opening Day 2011, is filing another lawsuit against the Los Angeles franchise, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The fight which left a woman unconscious following Thursday’s San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park is just the latest serious incident of fan violence involving Giants fans in recent years.
Despite added security at many sports venues, including in the Bay Area, there are still plenty of cases of fan altercations, more than three years after the Bryan Stow attack.
Jury Awards Beaten Giants Fan Bryan Stow $18 Million; Dodgers Found Partially Responsible For 2011 Attack
A jury has found the Los Angeles Dodgers negligent in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in 2011.
A judge has told deadlocked jurors to keep deliberating in a lawsuit filed by Giants fan Bryan Stow over his beating at Dodger Stadium.
Jurors in a high-profile negligence lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were asked Thursday to decide who was responsible for a beating that left a San Francisco Giants fan with devastating brain damage.
Closing arguments are slated to begin Thursday morning in the trial over the lawsuit of the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
Jurors at the Bryan Stow civil trial against Frank McCourt, former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, on Wednesday heard from a security guard who testified the team had inadequate security to handle a rowdy and drunken Opening Day crowd in 2011.