“My son ain’t never been no bad person, he just got mixed [up] with bad people, that’s all He’s sorry.”
– Julian McKnight (link)
The school bus video would never have been publically released, were it not for this next video segment showing the other students perspective of the same incident.
The School Bus CCTV video was released in an effort to assist the Bus Driver who was unheard, and unseen in this video below. Many people do not know about this prior video, and the fact it was uploaded to social media.
Mistakenly people think the bus CCTV video was the only video and do not associate its release with the reality of “risk management mitigation”:
Now considering this, evaluate this video. This is the latest video where John Moody is questioned together with his attorney. This was aired over the past weekend:
Much attention is paid to this latest School Bus incident, but it is not rare.
One horrific example stems from Franklin Township Indiana in September 2012. An ironic and sad situation happened when a woman who personally achieved free school bus service for minority students had her own son beaten on the very first day of the bus service.
Like the latest Pinellas County Florida video – in the example above the school bus driver immediately quit his job.
Then watch this report from February of 2012, again in Florida -Ocala not far from the latest- Note the similarities:
Just like the prior two examples, this video was released AFTER student video uploaded to social media led to the School district releasing the official CCTV video of the incident. AND just like the prior two examples the bus driver immediately quit his job following the public airing of the incident.
There are literally thousands of these video’s on U-Tube. Thousands.
All seem to have a similar disposition.
•The victimology is almost identical in each example.
•Social Media uploads by students lead to law enforcement involvement.
•After law enforcement gets involved the media picks up the story.
•After the media picks up the story the School System releases the Bus CCTV.
•By the time it reaches the judicial system the Bus driver has quit.
Apparently this is an all too common occurrence.