Tag: Bryan Stow
Federal charge would prevent release of one of the men who attacked Giants fan at Dodger Stadium in 2011.
Sentences of eight years and four years in prison for 2011 attack that permanently disabled Giants fan.
The Bryan Stow incident is one of those things that whenever it comes up, even years later, has you sort of shaking your head and muttering to yourself about the abject tribalism that often governs human relations. Guy goes to opening day, probably basking like everyone else in the shopworn connotations of renewal and hope, […]
(Bay City News Service) Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan critically injured in an attack after a Los Angeles Dodgers game in 2011, is back home after his insurance company declined to continue paying for care at a live-in facility, according to an online post from Stow’s family. Stow’s family has been posting updates […]
A.M. Splash: High Court May Take Up Gay Marriage; Report: UCSF Animals Suffer; SF Hospital Asks $1.2 Million from Dodgers in Beating
U.S. Supreme Court poised to take up gay marriage (SJ Mercury News) When the U.S. Supreme Court convenes behind closed doors Friday, the justices will weigh whether to jump headlong into the historic same-sex marriage debate — or merely dip their toes in the roiling legal waters. The high court could decide whether to rule […]
KTVU has posted raw video taken from the interrogation of Marvin Norwood, a suspect in the beating of Bryan Stow. In the video, Norwood calls his mother and says: “Mom you okay? You sure?…Well hey, I got arrested for that Dodger Stadium thing, so…Yeah. Just to let you know. No…I don’t know there’s really not […]
Last night on Rock Center with Brian Williams, Bryan Stow, the Giants’ fan beaten into a coma at Dodger Stadium on opening day, spoke in public for the first time. Dr. Nancy Snyderman, who speaks to Stow briefly, reports that the frontal lobes of Stow’s brain were severely damaged. That’s “the area that controls decision-making, […]
In May, the attorney for Bryan Stow’s family announced that Barry Bonds had volunteered to pay for the college educations of Bryan Stow’s children, Tyler, age 12, and Tabitha, age eight. From KNTV, May 26: Stow family attorney Thomas Girardi said that former slugger Barry Bonds has volunteered to pay for their college education. He […]
From ESPN LA: An attorney representing the Dodgers and owner Frank McCourt filed a civil complaint against the two men charged in the Opening Day beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in Los Angeles Superior Court last week, arguing that they should be held liable for the attack, not McCourt, the team or […]
(Bay City News) Five months after beaten San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was admitted to San Francisco General Hospital, the hospital’s chief of neurosurgery announced today that Stow’s condition has improved, allowing him to be moved to a rehabilitation facility. Stow was transferred to the unnamed facility this morning. “It has really been a […]