Think that even Frank McCourt and his lawyers would be above pointing fingers at a man who has spent the last six months fighting his way out of a coma?
Think again. In an interview with ESPN Los Angeles, McCourt attorney Jerome Jackson didn't hesitate to say that Bryan Stow may bear some liability in the opening day attack at Dodger Stadium that left him severely injured. The comments came just as McCourt, the Los Angeles Dodgers owner, filed a civil complaint against the two men accused of beating Stow. McCourt's camp is arguing that Marvin Norwood and Louis Sanchez — and not McCourt or the Dodgers — bear the liability in the beating.
The attempt to deflect legal liability is an expected strategy. The Stow family is McCourt's largest unsecured creditor and is seeking millions of dollars in a lawsuit alleging that the Dodgers did not provide adequate security in the Dodger Stadium parking lot.
What wasn't expected was the McCourt camp making such a callous charge right out of the g...