Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Dodger beating suspect takes lie detector tests

The prime suspect in the Dodger Stadium opening-day beating case has completed two lie-detector tests. Police also think the suspect may have a connection to a criminal course in Nevada.

Giovanni Ramirez took the second of two polygraph tests in two days Wednesday. He took one Tuesday in his jail cell, administrated by his legal team. Wednesday's afternoon test was administrated by the LAPD's polygraph team at Parker Center. Both sides are not saying what the results are. LAPD and the district attorney's office have agreed not to disclose the test results.

The LAPD is confident they have the right man in custody in connection to the Dodger Stadium beating. His defense team contends they are trying to free an innocent man.

Ramirez's defense team contest their client wasn't at Dodger Stadium on opening day.

Henderson Police in Nevada are reportedly looking at Ramirez as a possible suspect in a January shooting. Police are still investigating the case and looking for suspects.

The Los Angeles district attorney has not yet filed charges against Giovanni Ramirez.

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