Bryan Stow: Video Shows Giants Fan Arguing with Dodgers Fan Before Attack

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Bryan Stow
A new video released today shows that Bryan Stow, the beaten Giants fan who remains in a coma, arguing with a Dodgers fan during the March 31 game where he was attacked.

The video was released by TMZ, and shows Stow sitting at his seat at the opener game, confronting a man wearing a Dodgers "Banda 23" jersey. The man doesn't resemble Giovanni Ramirez, who was arrested on suspicion of beating Stow in the parking lot after the game. Ramirez, 31, has not yet been charged with the assault, yet police insist he is the primary aggressor.

Los Angeles police told reporters that they have not reviewed the video footage closely enough to say how it could effect the case, if at all.
Stow has been in a coma since the March 31 beating, where he was attacked as he left the evening game. Police arrested Ramirez, who claims he was babysitting his 10-year-old daughter that night. His lawyers say he has enough people to serve as his alibi.

Although he has not been charged with the crime, Ramirez remains in jail for a parole violation. Police are still looking for another male suspect and a woman who drove the getaway car after the beating.

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The defense pimp is now trying to imply that proves HIS client didn't do the beating, even though their is NO relationship between the incidents.

Elizabethfrantes
Elizabethfrantes

This proves that a lot, if not most, if not almost all, Dodger fans are rude jerks.  The defense pimp is now trying to imply that proves HIS client didn't do the beating, even though their is NO relationship between the incidents, and it does show that Bryan Stow was not "inciting" or "provoking" any reaction.   Dodgers were aware of the gangbanger problem in the lots and in facnt CUT DOWN security!

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I still stand by my call that the LAPD should conduct a massive sting op and search the stadium during a sell out game to track down known parole violators, wanted criminals and known gang members during a dodger game along with any guns, drugs etc...  It should be a pretty hefty haul.

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