Video of bus monitor’s misery strikes a nerve
Backlash » The boys’ purported identities leaked out and at least one received death threats.
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In the AP interview, Klein asked people to leave the boys alone.
"Threatening them? No. That’s not the way to go about things," she said. "They’re just kids."
"I don’t want to judge anybody or put them in jail or anything like that. I just want them to learn a lesson."
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