Apr 8, 2011, 12:05 PM EDT
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, police Chief Charlie Beck and Frank McCourt are going to hold a news conference today to announce new security measures at Dodger Stadium in the wake of the beating of Bryan Stow last week. We don’t know everything, but Chief Beck made it clear that at least parts of it won’t be subtle:
“[T]here’s going to see a sea of blue, but it’s not going to be Dodgers blue. It’s going to be LAPD blue.”
That sounds friendly enough.
Seriously, though, whatever (a) increases security; but (b) doesn’t interfere with people actually enjoying a baseball game is cool by me.
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