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Bryan Stow was beaten and severely injured at Dodgers Stadium in March 2011. A jury has found the Dodgers business entity negligent in its security for the stadium. Patch file photo.
Laura Tollefson July 10, 2014 at 08:12 am
About 20 years ago, my husband was hit in the face by a drunk dodger fan and the man continued untilRead More I showed up in front of the man---Pregnant--two weeks due and was yelling and asking him what he was doing and why he had hit my husband in the face. Someone from dodger stadium came and wrote the incident down but nothing happened---No apology---nothing. The guys simply hit him because the dodger ticket agent was taking too long---so he hit my husband in the face. I'm glad this has happened to the dodgers.
Douglas Quillin July 10, 2014 at 08:38 am
This article is a little confusing. LA Times says the jury found the Dodgers "shared just 25%Read More of the liability for Stow's injuries." Still, the law requires they pay for all of the injury expense. Well, I'm no lawyer!
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Douglas Quaid July 10, 2014 at 01:08 pm
Glad to see limits (hopefully) being place on high school football. The research shows time andRead More time again the damage being done to the human brain after consistent hits to the head. Minimizing the risk seems like the natural and best thing to do.
JMarsh July 10, 2014 at 02:15 pm
I totally agree with limiting the chance of brain trauma. One thing we need to remember is thatRead More junior high and high school students' brains are still developing.
Giorgio C. July 10, 2014 at 04:39 pm
For those who think it is ok for your kid to get their brain throttled, do you support their use ofRead More drugs, too? Mixed messages.
California Chrome. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Geoff Burton May 30, 2014 at 10:20 pm
Go California Chrome
robin May 31, 2014 at 09:57 am
cruel sport... Horses that don't make the track are slaughtered or abandoned. As with anyRead More equistrain "events' horses are mistreated so bad it makes the heart sink.
A Delargo June 4, 2014 at 01:59 pm
WHAAAAAA !
Steve Ballmer. Patch file photo.
RAYSAY May 30, 2014 at 01:58 pm
When you got money to burn, whats a couple Billion for the fun of it. I thought the NBARead More commissioner said that Sterling has damaged the NBA brand. Of course that was B.S., just like this whole racist charade of 'my feelings were hurt' because an old man said something in the privacy of his home, secretly and illegally recorded on this senior citizen who probably borders on dementia. What we have here is a reverse-racism hypocritical shakedown, regardless of the price obtained by a greedy wife, he was still forced to sell. NBA owners especially with mistresses , watch your mouth around someone you eventually will get tired of. NBA Players, a slip of the tongue could swing back and clock you as well. It plain that hatred for white people is amongst you. The 1st and 4th Amendment just took a major hit and our Bill of Right is hanging by a thread. Why because your feelings got hurt. As IF...
Evan Reed
Desert Rat May 28, 2014 at 03:15 pm
It is a bit of a quantum leap to equate a rich celebrity cheating on their wife with some other goodRead More looking female who is either a willing sex partner, or a gold digger looking for a pay day, with a rapist. Rape is usually about revenge, power, anger, payback, etc. Tiger Woods and the others had sex with a lot of other good looking women because they could. Apples and oranges. And just curious Bob the dentist, how are you such an expert on rape? You admit to never having been raped, yet you are so quick to opine that just because somebody finds her story to have some credibility issues, you assume they are chauvinistic, misogynistic, and uneducated? Or have we arrived at the point where any female who makes an allegation should automatically be believed?
Desert Rat May 28, 2014 at 03:16 pm
It is a bit of a quantum leap to equate a rich celebrity cheating on their wife with some other goodRead More looking female who is either a willing sex partner, or a gold digger looking for a pay day, with a rapist. Rape is usually about revenge, power, anger, payback, psychological issues, etc. Tiger Woods and the others had sex with a lot of other good looking women because they liked sex and they could. Apples and oranges. And just curious Bob the dentist, how are you such an expert on rape? You admit to never having been raped, yet you are so quick to opine that just because somebody finds her story to have some credibility issues, you assume they are chauvinistic, misogynistic, and uneducated? Or have we arrived at the point where any female who makes an allegation should automatically be believed?
Bob Perkins DDS May 28, 2014 at 03:48 pm
Desert Rat....Let me clarify..I am not equating rape with high risk sex...I was only saying thatRead More many men, in the celebrity life and otherwise, will risk everything, their careers, etc., to have sex....be it consensual or non consensual. As far as assuming that the women is telling the truth...I have no idea....without more info it would be presumptuous of me to assume anything...it is true, however, that many many men get away with rape, mostly recently Jameis Winston...the evidence against is hard to refute.....I would guess that very few rapes get reported as a percentage of total rapes...the statistics bare this out...and even fewer rapes, still, are prosecuted...thus, not too much fear of any athlete being sent to jail for rape. Mike Tyson is the only one I can think of though I am sure there must be others....
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CowDung May 30, 2014 at 05:51 am
Please take your commercials someplace else.
Alan Vanderbilt June 11, 2014 at 04:13 pm
Parents ruin sports..
sportsnut July 14, 2014 at 04:39 am
Alan I agree. Parents coach to get their kids and kids friends a leg up. Kids are choosen too basedRead More on parents and kids being friends. Take AAU and All-Stars and positions in each sport. Parents coach because they want their kid in prime positions, kids are friends with certain kids or because a family does not like someone but the kid has talent not playing. You need "out of area" coaches to come and determine if a kid is "that good" to be at the next level not "locals" whom coach because that is the only way the kid will get playing time.
Donald Sterling. Patch file photo.
Surf's Up April 30, 2014 at 10:26 pm
Again - this issue is about a material breach of contract. It is a standard morals, character andRead More behavior clause issue. Any violation of Mr. Sterling's privacy rights is between him and his mistress. Since the NBA and its franchisees are harmless, the censure and fine will stick. Sterling has a history of being litigious - so he may well litigate even if all the franchisees force him out, which they will. Either way through a conservator or sale - Sterling is out of the Clippers management business. This isn't a 1st Amendment issue - as no censorship or punishment was rendered by the federal government. Beast, the impact of the communication still violates Sterling's contract. This this not like a 4th Amendment "fruit of the poisonous tree case" - there is no wrongful federal or state government involvement. Sterling will need to seek redress from his mistress. And, he may seek redress from TMZ if they obtained the tape illegally. Which, as of yet there is no indication.
The Beast ! May 1, 2014 at 12:29 am
632. (a) Every person who, intentionally and without the consent of all parties to a confidentialRead More communication, by means of any electronic amplifying or recording device, eavesdrops upon or records the confidential communication, whether the communication is carried on among the parties in the presence of one another or by means of a telegraph, telephone, or other device, except a radio, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500), or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year, or in the state prison, or by both that fine and imprisonment.
Steph Thomas May 24, 2014 at 07:43 pm
This is absurd!
Doc Rivers, coach of the Clippers. Screen shot.
The Beast ! April 30, 2014 at 08:08 am
Every American is entitle to his view and opinions and if they are not in synch with yours it doesRead More not make them wrong that's why they are opinions. You need to understand our constitutional rights and our civil judicial system. Don Sterling is suffering punitively over comments he made about a particular group of people. I think the courts would have issues with the fact that conversation he believed was private was used against him and now he is suffering punitively. Civil courts only need to prove 51% liable.
Joker Joe April 30, 2014 at 10:30 am
How many players quit over these private remarks? One? Five? Ten?
The Beast ! May 1, 2014 at 12:30 am
CASE & POINT ! 632. (a) Every person who, intentionally and without the consent of all partiesRead More to a confidential communication, by means of any electronic amplifying or recording device, eavesdrops upon or records the confidential communication, whether the communication is carried on among the parties in the presence of one another or by means of a telegraph, telephone, or other device, except a radio, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500), or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year, or in the state prison, or by both that fine and imprisonment.
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