Among all kinds of crimes in the world, there is one that is considered to be the worst. For criminal and prisoners, the fact that someone rapes a helpless kid is considered by far the worst way to become a criminal. Despite this crime is paid out with years in prison, prisoners considered this as the worst act against a human, that rapist often get killed in just a few days after they get in prison.
Alexander Rodriguez, a 34-year-old school bus drive from Tennessee who raped a 15-year-old student wont serve any jail time. This happened on march of 2015 where the unnamed teen was reported missing after last being seen getting on a school bus driven by Alex Rodriguez.
The rapped girl informed the police she repeatedly told Alex to stop and that it hurt while she was being raped. According to the teenage girl, Rodriguez reportedly replied that he is indeed trying to make it hurt.
It was known that Rodriguez drove the buss to a garage where the buss is stored after work, and then he took her to a motel in his car. The Student from Sale Creek High School said she was forced to perform on the bus driver.
After this, Rodriguez was immediately called to ask if he knew where the girl was. Alex took the girl to another place and told her to tell her parents she was with a friend. The girl had two walk about an hour after Rodriguez leaved the motel.
Right after the police asked Rodriguez about the motel, he asked for a lawyer as he knew he was in serious problem for being seen with an underage in such a place.
Rodriguez pleaded guilty to aggravated statutory rape at Hamilton Country Criminal Court. This man was sentenced to 4 years in prison, but that sentence was suspended when his lawyer, Johnny Houston, argued that she had credibility issues.
Let’s be honest about this case. If a bus driver took a teenage girl to the place where the school bus is stored and then taken to a hotel in the man’s car seems to be indulged. But as the girl is under-age it automatically turns into a crime for having intercourse with an under-aged person.
As Houston, the lawyer, told the Times Free Press that the victim claimed the oral was forced, but the evidence didn’t really bear that. Instead, Rodriguez goes straight to supervised offender probation for ten years. Despite he is not going to jail he instead has to war a GPS monitor all the time. However, if he didn’t break the terms of is probation, there will be no prison for him.