Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
One reader who sent me this story wrote,
“Looks like a Person of Some Sort of Color….”
“These animals have been carrying out vicious attacks at Dodger Stadium for years.”
Note that the story below, following the L.A. Times, reveals the names of two witnesses, while refusing to reveal the name of Michael Rae Papayans’ mother, who allegedly instigated the attack and assaulted the victim. This is a disturbing trend. The L.A. Times and KTLA are both acting on behalf of violent criminals, by endangering the lives of crime witnesses, and contributing to intimidating future witnesses from coming forward, while protecting the identity of an alleged violent criminal. None of this was accidental. Both media organs have a long history of agitation and mischief on behalf of criminals. KTLA, in particular, gave the world the Rodney King Hoax, when one of its editors cut George Holliday’s camcorder video, to make it seem as though King was a helpless victim of police brutality, rather than the violent felon he really was.
Palos Verdes Man Charged in Dodger Stadium Parking Lot Assault
By Tracy Bloom
February 18, 2016, 12:18 P.M.
February 18, 2016, updated at 5:40 p.m.
A Palos Verdes man has been charged in connection with the assault of a Mets fan outside Dodger Stadium in October, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced on Thursday, one week after an arrest was made in the case.
Michael Rae Papayans, 27, was accused of punching a 50-year-old man in the head in the stadium parking lot on Oct. 9, following Game 1 of the National League Division Series between the L.A. Dodgers and the New York Mets, the DA’s office said in a news release.
The incident occurred about 10:30 p.m. in Lot L, the Los Angeles Police Department said at the time.
It began when a woman, identified as the suspect’s mother, confronted four people clad in Mets gear who were headed to their car, according to prosecutors. She allegedly yelled epithets at the group of Mets fans before her son joined in the argument.
[What “argument”? There was no argument. An argument cuts both ways. There was a racist Hispanic woman allegedly terrorizing some white baseball fans, who were just trying to leave the ballpark.]
The verbal dispute [see “argument”] turned violent when Papayans allegedly punched a 50-year-old man in the head, knocking him to the ground and forcing him to hit his head against the pavement, the release stated. The man suffered serious head injuries as a result and was initially hospitalized in critical condition.
[Cops love calling it a “verbal dispute” when one person terrorizes another, because the misleading phrase lends the aura of moral equivalence.]
One eyewitness, Sean Gould, told the told the Los Angeles Times shortly after the assault that it looked like a fight was breaking up when one man punched another.
“The guy who threw the punch came out of nowhere,” Gould told the newspaper, adding he could hear the sound of the victim’s skull hitting the concrete.
Another witness, Maria Cerecer, said the fall cracked the fan’s skull open.
“It was pretty bad because there was a lot of blood on the floor. … We had free rally towels and they actually had the towels on his head,” Cerecer told KTLA back in October.
A woman then came up and began kicking the victim on the ground before the pair fled, Gould said.
Papayans was arrested on Feb. 11 and bailed out of jail the following day, according to inmate records.
He has been charged by the DA’s office with one felony count of assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury with an allegation that he caused great bodily injury.
Papayans faces up to seven years in state prison if convicted as charged.
His arraignment is scheduled for March 11.
The defendant’s mother faced possible misdemeanor charges in the case as well for allegedly kicking the victim in the back as he lay unconscious on the ground, prosecutors said.
The Los Angeles Police Department’s Robbery-Homicide Division continues to investigate the case.