Five years after being beaten into a coma, a Brooklyn man is regaining his health and inspiring others.
After a long recovery, Bryan Steinhauer will be running a half-marathon in Manhattan on March 17 to raise money for a fund he started at Mount Sinai Hospital called Minds Over Matter.
The Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life at Binghamton University said it got enough people together Monday evening to simultaneously spin more than 749 dreidels.
The former college basketball player who savagely beat a fellow student from Brooklyn has been freed from jail two months early.
Kovacevic was sentenced by a Belgrade court in November for severely beating fellow Binghamton University student Bryan Steinhauer of Brooklyn in May 2008 during a barroom brawl.
Miladin Kovacevic, 23, was sentenced to two years and three months in jail for beating a fellow Binghamton University student into a coma.
Miladin Kovacevic was accused of beating fellow college student Bryan Steinhauer of Brooklyn in May 2008 near Binghamton University.
Under the agreement, 23-year-old Miladin Kovacevic could be sentenced to two years and three months for the beating of Bryan Steinhauer of Brooklyn in May 2008 near Binghamton University.
Lawyers reached a plea bargain Tuesday under which a Serb college basketball player charged with beating an American student into a coma would serve about two years in prison in his homeland, potentially ending a case that had strained relations with the U.S.
A deal is expected in the trial of Miladin Kovacevic, who is charged with beating a college student from Brooklyn into a coma, according to an AP source.