Bryan Stow's children speak out
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The children of Giants fan Brian Stow are speaking out, nearly three months after their father was brutally beaten outside Dodgers Stadium.
This Father's Day weekend, Stow's kids aren't focusing on the attack on their dad. Instead, 12-year-old Tyler and 8-year-old Tabitha are staying positive talking about how much they love their father.
They say he's nothing less than a hero. "He's really special. He's not like any other dad. It feels weird not having him stay by your side. (Is that the hardest part of it?) Yea," Tabitha Stow said.
"He did special things with us, different from what other dads would do," Tyler Stow said. "I spent a lot of time with him. So it's like completely different not going with him every weekend or every thursday so, it's really tough."
The children say they usually attend a giants game with their dad on father's day... This year, they plan to make a photo collage for his hospital room.
Police have arrested giovanni ramirez for the beating. Ramirez has denied having anything to do with the attack.
Police are still looking for two other suspects -- a man and a woman.NEWS BY LOCATION | ABC30 BLOGS | DISCUSSION FORUMS
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