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  • Jury hears Bryan Stow's friend's 911 call

    Jury hears Bryan Stow's friend's 911 call
    The punch came hard and fast. The sound was nauseating. "It was a crack, a sickening crack — fist hitting bone. That's the only way that I can describe it," Corey Maciel said Tuesday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. His friend Bryan Stow was...
  • 911 call played in Bryan Stow civil trial

    911 call played in Bryan Stow civil trial
    The punch came hard and fast. The sound was nauseating. “It was a crack, a sickening crack — fist hitting bone. That’s the only way that I can describe it,” Corey Maciel said Tuesday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. His...
  • Dodgers responsible for attack on Giants fan, consultant testifies

    Dodgers responsible for attack on Giants fan, consultant testifies
    Bryan Stow more than likely would have avoided being beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot had the organization followed its security policies and procedures, a risk management and security consultant testified Thursday. Hired by the plaintiffs, Gil...
  • Former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt testifies safety was 'top priority'

    Former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt testifies safety was 'top priority'
    Summoned to the witness stand Friday morning in a lawsuit brought by a San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium, former team owner Frank H. McCourt testified that fan safety was “the top priority” in his organization. But,...
  • Bryan Stow attacker's sister testifies in case against Dodgers

    Bryan Stow attacker's sister testifies in case against Dodgers
    When Louie Sanchez shouted profanity-laced chants about San Francisco Giants fans on opening day in 2011, he was going along with an "energetic" crowd, his sister said Monday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. Dorene Sanchez said her brother was being...
  • Dodger security was flawed, ex-guard testifies in Bryan Stow trial

    Dodger security was flawed, ex-guard testifies in Bryan Stow trial
    A former Los Angeles Dodgers security officer testified Tuesday that he had raised concerns about safety at the stadium, including inadequate lighting, the delay of personnel to parking lots after games and a growing gang problem. Neill Murchison, a...
  • Jury to continue deliberations in Bryan Stow suit against Dodgers

    Jury to continue deliberations in Bryan Stow suit against Dodgers
    Jurors tasked with determining whether the Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were responsible for San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow's brutal 2011 beating were ordered to resume deliberations Thursday after indicating they were deadlocked in the...
  • Dodgers ordered to pay beaten fan $14 million: 'It's finally over'

    Dodgers ordered to pay beaten fan $14 million: 'It's finally over'
    The nearly $18-million awarded to Giants fan Bryan Stow by a jury on Wednesday was "like a big weight" off the shoulders of his family, his mother said outside court. "I couldn't believe it," Ann Stow said after the verdict was read in Judge Victor E....
  • Dodgers, not McCourt, found liable in Bryan Stow beating case

    Dodgers, not McCourt, found liable in Bryan Stow beating case
    Bryan Stow may never fully comprehend the nearly $18 million awarded him Wednesday by a Los Angeles jury. Over the last six weeks, the brain-injured 45-year-old often forgot why his parents were absent from their Capitola, Calif., home and asked when...
  • With Bryan Stow trial over, Dodgers should do the honorable thing

    With Bryan Stow trial over, Dodgers should do the honorable thing
    I’m relieved that Bryan Stow, the former paramedic and Giants fan who was savagely beaten nearly to death on opening day in a Dodger Stadium parking lot in 2011, was awarded nearly $18 million in damages by a civil court jury in Los Angeles on...
  • Judgment against Dodgers doesn't end ordeal, Bryan Stow's father says

    Judgment against Dodgers doesn't end ordeal, Bryan Stow's father says
    Despite winning a nearly $18-million judgment against the Dodgers and two men who beat their son on opening day 2011, Bryan Stow's parents said the verdict Wednesday doesn't end the family's ordeal. Stow, a former Santa Cruz paramedic and the father...
  • Frank McCourt testifies security was 'top priority' at Dodger Stadium

    Frank McCourt testifies security was 'top priority' at Dodger Stadium
    Shortly after sitting in the witness chair Friday, Frank McCourt was presented with an aerial photo of Chavez Ravine. "Do you recognize this place?" an attorney asked. McCourt threw a quick glance at the image of Dodger Stadium surrounded by parking...