No One Can Really Tell The Truth Like John Walsh
The gruesome passing of an MTA Bus Operator bleeding to death behind the steering wheel of her Number 18 Route bus this early morning in Downtown LA has drawn mediocre at best LA Times news coverage. The Times reporting appears to seek to bury this horrific story even more quickly than the victim will find herself buried!
You’ll get honest answers regarding collision details only out of the LAPD. MTA has been quite evasive on the “accident” particulars, which is standard MTA policy after any fatal MTA accidents!
I asked MTA Head Blogger and ex-LAT Reporter Mr. Steve Hymon at 1:30 PM today Wednesday 6/12/13 at the MTA Bldg. Cafeteria face to face whether the deceased bus operator was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.
Hymon’s answer was a hasty and un-concerned: “I don’t know”. Mr. Hymon refused to answer any further questions concerning this fatal collision, repeatedly pleading (willful?) ignorance of the facts of the case!
The LAT Internet reader comments in reaction to this Times story by Reporter Joseph Serna were eye-opening!
All are in agreement that The LA Mayor and City Council have allowed unlicensed tow-truck drivers to run amok in this city for a long, long time!
The blood of this MTA employee/victim partially stains the hands of the LA Times Editor-In-Chief Mr. Davan Maharaj for perpetually ignoring this frightful situation until that same blood was ultimately shed on the streets of LA!