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Davis Special needs student molested by school bus driver, CPS report and lawsuit say

Davis/Woodland driver resigned after video exposed

School officials took no action until after mother complained

Autistic student was six years old



What
At a news conference, attorneys and victims' advocates will announce a new child sex abuse and cover-up lawsuit against the Davis and Woodland Unified School Districts. The suit alleges that:

1. A school bus driver molested a six-year-old autistic special needs student in 2010,

2. The child's mother saw "red flag behaviors" and requested that the bus video be viewed,
3. A CPS report was made by Woodland Joint Unified School District after mother's complaint.

4. The driver was put on administrative leave and resigned.

When/ Where:

Wednesday, February 18 at 11 am

At the Law Offices of Joseph C. George, Ph.D.
601 University Avenue (Howe Ave./Hwy 50), Suite 230, in Sacramento


Who:
Joseph C. George, PhD, and Joe George, Jr., attorneys for the alleged victim; the victim's father; and advocates for victims, including an author and expert on child sexual abuse and prevention.

The victim's father will be available for interviews.


Screenshots of the incriminating video and copies of the lawsuit will be available at the event.

Contact:

Joseph C. George, Ph.D. (916) 802-7949 cell, (916) 641-7300 office

Joe George, Jr. (415) 307-8744 cell, (916) 641-7300 office