O'REILLY: Too much thought. I feel that if he really wants to be a man, he drops the case. If he really wants to be a man. You know? And, if he wants to restore his reputation, then he should drop the case. That's how I feel, Jesse. I hope you got the message there.
Finally, a lot of people go through tragedies. Is there anything that you can tell people who are suffering now as you have suffered because of the loss of your husband? Any words?
KYLE: I think more than anything I can say it to people who know someone who has suffered a devastating loss. I can tell you that my family in the absolute worst of times has seen the absolute best in people. And, that has given us more strength than could ever imagine.
You know, there are -- these people who live by the code of the samurai or the bible that says, "Father of the fatherless." And,they have all stepped in and they have held us up. I think when you suffer a tremendous loss, everybody needs love and support in tangible ways. And, that's what people have done for us. It has been amazing.
O'REILLY: Ms. Kyle, thanks very much for coming in here and talking to us today.
KYLE: Thank you.
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