Giants Fan Beating
A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage after being severely beaten at Dodger Stadium after a game in 2011 is back in the hospital after suffering a blood clot.
San Francisco General Hospital has asked the Los Angeles Dodgers to pick up the bill for the medical care of Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium on opening day 2011.
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who’s suing former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt over a vicious beating at Dodger Stadium will have his day in court next year.
A man who was initially arrested in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside of Dodger Stadium last year but was later cleared has sued the Los Angeles Police Department for defamation.
Two men have been ordered to stand trial in the brutal beating of a San Francisco Giants fan in the Dodger Stadium parking lot last year.
Dorene Sanchez said neither man told her what had happened but she became suspicious when she later saw a TV report on the brutal attack of Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium.
A friend who witnessed a vicious attack on a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium testified Wednesday he threw his body over his friend’s head to prevent further attacks by a raging assailant.
Three women who were in Dodger Stadium during a brutal attack on a Giants fan gave graphic accounts Thursday of the chaotic scene in a parking lot where the man was chased, punched, kicked and left with brain damage.
One of the men charged in a Dodger Stadium parking lot assault on San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow told his own mother that he was involved and expected to “go down” for the attack.
Federal weapons charges have been filed in Los Angeles against two men accused of brutally assaulting San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium during opening day last year.