Mom Confronts Ex-Husband Who Killed Son After Disneyland Trip During Sentencing.

Ana Estevez, the mother of dead Aramazd Andressian Jr., criticized Aramazd Andressian Sr. as he was sentenced to 25 years to life in jail after pleading guilty. Ana told Aramazd Andressian Sr. who killed their five-year-old son that she wants him to burn in eternal hell

Ana said that she hope that her husband relive the image of murdering her son every day of his insignificant life. Her emotional plea continued and she said that there is no real pain but just an incomprehensible deadness. Anna concluded that like her son, she has died too. Ana defined him as a failure of a father, as a man and as a human being.

Andressian Sr. did not speak during the sentencing hearing in the Alhambra branch of Los Angeles County Superior Court. The 35-year-old pleaded guilty to first-degree murder of his son, Aramazd Andressian Jr. after a family trip to Disneyland.

Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators believe the boy was murdered in the six-and-a-half hours after he left the theme park and headed to Lake Cachuma about 150 miles away with his father.  

When Andressian Sr. from California, failed to hand over the boy during a planned custody exchange on, Anna reported her son disappeared. 

Officials believe the 35-year-old had tried suicide after he was found alone the following day in Arroyo Seco Park, passed out from prescription pills in a car doused with gasoline.

While Andressian Sr. was incapable to account for his son’s location, investigators believe the killing was pre-planned and inspired by the divorce from his wife.

Investigators hunted the area surrounding Lake Cachuma numerous times before the boy’s remains were finally discovered.  Authorities said that Andressian killed the boy in a plot to get back at his wife.

The boy’s remains were found in Santa Barbara County two months after his vanishing after Andressian told investigators where to find the boy’s body although it is uncertain how he passes away.

Andressian’s attorney said his client pleaded guilty partially to evade the likelihood of prosecutors adding a charge that could consequence in the death penalty. 

Andressian Sr. was detained and free when police didn’t have sufficient to keep him behind bars. He later moved to Las Vegas, where Lt. Joe Mendoza said his conduct was erratic with that of a grief-stricken parent.

Investigators also noted that he faded his hair and seemed to be making strategies to travel outside the country in order to evade repatriation.  But Andressian Sr. appeared happy-go-lucky and made national captions when he cracked a joke during his extradition hearing.  

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