Three precious Cleveland children were allegedly abducted, imprisoned and brutalized for as many as 10 years ["Brothers of kidnapping suspect denounce him," News, May 14].
Now, they are re-victimized by swarms of media. These young people need a protracted period of time to recover. They are free of their alleged captor, but captive to the intrusive public need for a daily tabloid fix. Give them space, let them breathe, light a candle.
Andrew Malekoff, Long Beach
Editor's note: The writer is the executive director of the nonprofit North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center in Roslyn Heights.