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Bryan Stow Assailant Told Mom He Thinks He's 'Going Down'

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One of the men who's on trial for the beating of Bryan Stow at the Dodgers' opening game last year told his mother that he thinks he's "going down."

KTLA reports that Marvin Norwood, 30, could be seen on surveillance tape played in court today -- the first day of Norwood's preliminary hearing -- talking to his mom on a cell phone in an interrogation room:

"I got arrested for that Dodger Stadium thing," he said. "I was involved. To a certain extent I was....Pretty sure I'm going down for it," he said. "I'm sorry."

Along with 29-year-old Louie Sanchez, Norwood is charged with felony assault and mayhem. Bryan Stow is still in the hospital, and may never fully recover from his injuries.
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