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A South Pasadena father sentenced 25 years for killing his son

A South Pasadena man has been sentenced to 25 years to life in the jail after 4 months of his son's disappearance.

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A 35-years-old man named Aramazd Andressian Sr. was enjoying Britney Spears and Celine Dion performance in Las V when his wife mother of Aramazd Andressian Jr. was distributing missing posters of her 5-year-old missing son in Los Angeles.

According to the authorities, Aramazd Andressian Sr. caught a match of boxing and he also went for skydiving. The man has been sentenced to 25 years to life in the jail after 4 months of his son’s disappearance. On Wednesday, he sentenced to 25 years for killing his son on the back seat of his BMW car.

In the Alhambra courtroom, the mother of the child Anna Estevez said, “I hope you relive the image of you murdering my baby in your mind for the rest of your life.” She said with the tears in her eyes, “I pity you. You are a failure as a father. You are a failure as a man. You are a failure as a human being.”

Shaun Estevez who is an uncle of the child told Andression that he shouldn’t call  Aramazd Andressian Jr. his son as he had no right. He said, “You were supposed to protect him, not harm him.”

Det. Louie Aguilera with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said that Andression set things up and then committed suicide to show the involvement of his estranged wife Anna Estevez.

The defense attorney Ambrosio Rodriguez said that Andression is guilty of what he did and had taken the responsibility of his actions. He said, “There are no words to justify what happened. My client did eventually do the right thing.”

From the beginning of the case, Authorities suspected Andressian for killing his son. Aramazd Andressian Jr. who affectionately known as Piqui was reported missing on the very next day of leaving Disneyland on 21st April with his father, grandmother, and aunt.

Anna Estevez asked, “So once again, I return to the question, ‘Was justice served?'” She said, “In my eyes and in my heart, when there is accountability for all, then justice will have been served.”

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