Thursday, November 21, 2013

Crown Heights ‘Knockout Game’ Victim Speaks Out

A 12-year-old Jewish boy who was a “knockout” victim two weeks ago told CBS 2′s Tony Aiello in an exclusive interview that he’s more interested in an apology than seeing his attackers go to jail.

The yeshiva student, who is devoutly religious, thinks a mandatory moment of silence in public schools would help.  “I think this could have all been prevented,” said the boy, who asked not to be identified.  “The boys and teens who know that there’s always a God watching them, and they wouldn’t only be afraid of the police,” he added.

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