Bullied Florida Girl's Mom Explores Legal Options

Tricia Norman says she wants justice for her 12-year-old daughter Rebecca Sedwick's death.
0:45 | 10/24/13

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She says she wants to save the lives of kids were being bullied -- mother of twelve year old Rebecca said with the Florida girl who killed herself after months of bullying online. Says she's prepared to file several lawsuits. -- Norman has hired a high profile Florida law firm to investigator legal options attorney David Henry says it's about sending a message. It lets the wrongdoers knows that society blown out of step that sort of we sometimes Jesus saying that a lawsuit is sometimes like growing up going home report that. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Cedric jumped off the tower and abandoned concrete plant last month to girls ages twelve and fourteen were arrested in the case -- they face felony aggravated stalking charges.

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