Lawyer: Video proves innocence of Stow suspect
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Today, the attorney for the only suspect arrested in the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow will file a motion asking for video he says will prove his client's innocence.
Giovanni Ramirez, 31, has not been charged in the case but is being held pending a parole violation hearing. His attorney says Ramirez would not have resembled the suspect sketch posted on billboards because he had a full head of hair at the time of the beating. The lawyer claims video from a Hollywood motel security camera will prove that.
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