Now Family Wants Empire State To Adopt Strict Law Like The One In New Jersey
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare.
One Orange County family says their son took his own life to escape vicious bullying. Now his parents are on a crusade, vowing to make a difference. They want a new anti-bullying law passed to protect other kids. “We’re … we’re the victims, the ones that are left behind, ’cause we’re here suffering his loss,” Wanda Jacobsen told CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois. For Wanda and Kevin Jacobsen the pain of their son’s suicide will never end. When they remember their son Kameron they can only ask “why?” “Kameron was a great kid. He was loved by everybody who ever met him, I think, except those who bullied him,” Kevin Jacobsen said.
Until then, the 14-year-old was happy, starring in his brother’s home videos, playing baseball and always on the computer…
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