Bus monitor speaks out about bullying

06/25/2012 // West Palm Beach , Florida, US // JusticeNewsFlash // Justice News Flash // (press release)

New York – A bus monitor who was the subject of a school bus bullying incident captured on video recently spoke out about the incident. As reported by Today.com, 68-year-old Karen Klein of Greece, NY publicly discussed being taunted by a group of seventh graders and the fund raising initiative began for her online.

Klein is quoted as stating of what she hopes may result from exposing the incident, “I want kids to stop bullying… Maybe they could start up a class in school to teach these kids not to do stuff like that.”

Klein is further quoted in the report as stating in regards to the collection began for her on Indiegogo.com, which has amassed well over half a million dollars in a few days and is steadily growing, “I keep thinking, ‘What have I done?… I don’t almost feel like I deserve it. What I am glad about is the fact that it does come out, and everyone knows what goes on. Not all the time, not all the kids, but it does happen.”

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