Monday, April 4, 2011

Giants Fan Beaten : Critically Injure Giants Fan By Dodger Fans Attack,Full Videos

According to Richard Winton of the Los Angeles Times, three Giants fans were attacked by two men wearing Dodgers clothing and one was critically beaten.

Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Sanford Rosenberg reportedly said that one of the fans suffered a "serious head injury" during the assault.

A 42-year-old Santa Cruz man is in critical condition at a Los Angeles area hospital today after being beaten and kicked by two men wearing Dodger's attire in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium Thursday night, Los Angeles police said.

Bryan Stow went to the opening day game with three friends, at least some of whom work with him at American Medical Response in San Mateo, said his brother-in-law, David Collins of Scotts Valley.Stow, a Giants fan, is a father of two who works as a paramedic, Collins said.

"He's not doing too well," he said. "He's still unconscious and they just decided to put him in a medically induced coma. They are hoping the brain swelling will go down, but it hasn't and they are talking about removing one of his frontal lobes."

Collins said he spoke with one of Stow's friends who told him the four friends were wearing Giants attire and being heckled by several people as they left the game. They ignored them, he said, and then two men "came out of nowhere" and struck Stow in the back of the head.

Stow's parents, Ann and Dave Stow of Capitola, are active at St. Joseph's Catholic Church and that Ann Stow works at St. John's Catholic Church in Felton. Those communities and his family and friends are praying for him, Collins said."We're all pretty shocked," Collins said. "We're all praying for him." Several family members flew to Los Angeles today to be with Stow, he said.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Marc Antenorcruz of West Covina was walking out of the stadium after a game in 2003 when he got into an argument with a group of men and was shot. Pete Marron was convicted of the shooting, the newspaper reported.

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