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Re: “Bryan Stow's Family is Suing the Dodgers

Family admits Bryan Stow has Criminal Past

In response to rumors circulating about Bryan Stow’s violent past and criminal history the Stow Family posted the following comment on the Bryan Stow Fund website:

“News & Updates Sunday, May 22, 2011

‘there has been comments and postings regarding Bryan's past. Bryan was not perfect...nobody is. In the years since, Bryan turned his life around. Regardless of his history, we ask that everyone refrain from posting any judgmental comments. Please be aware that we will delete ANY negative comment. Don't forget to visit the store to show your support! '

Dave, Ann, Erin and Bonnie

Send your love>>”

Posted by LowFund on 05/25/2011 at 6:10 PM

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