Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT) April 13, 2012
"School bus mischief and adolescent teasing might seem normal.
Then there is the torment that 12-year-old Alex Libby, a mild-mannered seventh-grader in Sioux City, Iowa, suffered at the fists of his classmates on the daily ride to school during the 2009-10 school year.
Those raw images have come to movie screens in Connecticut.
'So many people think that bullying is 'boys will boys,'' said Elaine Zimmerman, executive director of the Connecticut Commission on Children. 'They think it's a natural part of learning aggression.'" Read More