The L.A. Times has been reporting all weekend that anonymous "law enforcement sources" are contradicting NBC 4's report that blood stains on a Dodgers jersey match Bryan Stow's blood. Channel 4's Patrick Healy had reported Friday night that "NBC 4 has learned" there was a positive match, but didn't name the source. The LAT says its sources, "who have knowledge about the case, said that a bloodstained jersey was turned over to police during the course of the investigation, but that DNA tests showed it was not connected to either the victim, Bryan Stow, or the man police have labeled as their prime suspect in the attack, Giovanni Ramirez."
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