A Los Angeles jury has found the Dodgers partially liable for the Brian Stow beating. According to the 9-3 finding, the former entity that owned the Dodgers was 25% at fault for the beating. The two assailants, Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez were held 37.5% responsible each. Former owner Frank McCourt escaped any liability for the case. Based on the outcome, the Dodgers are expected to pay Stow around $14 million dollars.
Morning Answer co-host Ben Shapiro commented that even though Stow has a lot of money now, he won’t be able to enjoy it. Ben knows somebody who knows Brian Stow and related Brian’s condition to the family.
The friend said, “It’s a genuine miracle that [Stow’s] not only alive but can talk and carry on a conversation but…his memories only extend up to their High School years and not after. They had to remind him that his dad had died long ago. The brain damage is extensive.”
Click on the player above to hear Harvard Law graduate Ben break down the case and what it all means.
BONUS! Tom Girardi, attorney for Brian Stow, joined Dennis Prager on his show. Click here to listen to Dennis' interview with Girardi!