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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Los Angeles: Prayer vigil for San Francisco Giants fan #AMR medic Bryan Stow

Community plans prayer vigil for hospitalized Giants fan attacked at Dodger Stadium

LOS ANGELES - A prayer vigil is planned for a San Francisco Giants fan who was savagely beaten by two Punks wearing Los Angeles Dodgers gear after the season opener.

When: Community activists, clergy members and the family of Bryan Stow will gather Wednesday evening.
Where: Vigil outside Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center where Stow remains hospitalized in critical condition.

The vigil is organized by The Wall-Las Memorias Project, which helps Latinos with HIV and AIDS. The group is urging the public to combat violence and alcohol abuse among young adults.

A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrest of Punks that cowardly ambushed Paramedic from behind in the dark..
Police said Stow, a paramedic from Santa Cruz, was punched in the back of the head by two unidentified punks and fell to the pavement after the Dodgers' 2-1 victory over the Giants on March 31. 

Police released composite sketches of the two suspects(Punks), who were wearing Dodgers clothing.
Detective Larry Burcher said investigators were confident there were many witnesses with valuable information.

The two suspects cursed and taunted three men in Giants gear as thousands of fans left the stadium after the 2-1 Dodger victory, Detective T.J. Moore said.

The Giants fans ran and two got away, but the assailants caught up to one in the parking lot, struck him on the back of the head and as he fell, he hit his head on the asphalt, Moore said.

Both attackers then kicked the victim, then ran, Moore said. They fled in a four-door sedan driven by a woman with a boy, Moore said.

Bryan Stow, a married father of two who works for #AMR in Santa Clara.

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