FILE - In this April 17, 2012, file photo, Kenneth Weishuhn's sister, Kayla Weishuhn, 16, and his mother, Jeannie Chambers, look at photos of Kenneth, 14, who committed suicide April 15 at their home Primghar, Iowa. Chambers said she knew her son was being harassed but that she and the rest of the family didn't realize the extent of the bullying. The Sioux City Journal's front-page opinion piece on its Sunday, April 22 edition calls on the community to be pro-active in stopping bullying and urges members to learn more about the problem by seeing the acclaimed new film, "Bully," which documents the harassment of Sioux City middle school student. It notes that while many students are targeted for being gay, "we have learned a bully needs no reason to strike." (AP Photo/Sioux City Journal, Laura Wehde)

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FILE - In this April 17, 2012, file photo, Kenneth Weishuhn's sister, Kayla Weishuhn, 16, and his mother, Jeannie Chambers, look at photos of Kenneth, 14, who committed suicide April 15 at their home Primghar, Iowa. Chambers said she knew her son was being harassed but that she and the rest of the family didn't realize the extent of the bullying. The Sioux City Journal's front-page opinion piece on its Sunday, April 22 edition calls on the community to be pro-active in stopping bullying and urges members to learn more about the problem by seeing the acclaimed new film, "Bully," which documents the harassment of Sioux City middle school student. It notes that while many students are targeted for being gay, "we have learned a bully needs no reason to strike." (AP Photo/Sioux City Journal, Laura Wehde)
FILE - In this April 17, 2012, file photo, Kenneth Weishuhn's sister, Kayla Weishuhn, 16, and his mother, Jeannie Chambers, look at photos of Kenneth, 14, who committed suicide April 15 at their home Primghar, Iowa. Chambers said she knew her son was being harassed but that she and the rest of the family didn't realize the extent of the bullying. The Sioux City Journal's front-page opinion piece on its Sunday, April 22 edition calls on the community to be pro-active in stopping bullying and urges members to learn more about the problem by seeing the acclaimed new film, "Bully," which documents the harassment of Sioux City middle school student. It notes that while many students are targeted for being gay, "we have learned a bully needs no reason to strike." (AP Photo/Sioux City Journal, Laura Wehde)
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