Bus driver convicted for death of autistic teen left in hot bus while driver had sex with co-worker

Pasadena Star-News

Whittier Daily News:  – Whittier, California- The bus driver convicted of leaving a 19-year-old autistic student on a hot school bus two years ago was setting up a rendezvous with and sending sexually explicit text messages to a coworker the morning of the teen’s death, according to legal documents filed Tuesday by the victim’s family.

The documents included a Whittier police report showing officers recovered more than a dozen of the text messages sent between Armando Ramirez and a woman who worked for the bus company around the time that Hun Joon “Paul” Lee, who was nonverbal, was left on the bus.

 

11 Comments on Bus driver convicted for death of autistic teen left in hot bus while driver had sex with co-worker

  1. Man, I grew up in Whittier, when it was a nice place. That was before the deluge of life forms that only care about what they want at the moment, and don’t care what problems they cause for someone else.

  2. Rufus: shelf stable emergency food for 1 year, rifle/ammo, TP/Paper towels, heritage seeds, arable land/cabin in remote area…you know the drill. Civilization may be over; it just may be too late to change course by peaceable means.

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