Which is precisely why I think it's a good thing for them to be interviewed. I think this gives them a sense that they are doing something to help their baby sister. I think being kept out of the loop in all this is more traumatic than being a participant. The people who interview children are highly trained. This would not be some huge cop towering over a kid screaming, "I know you did it!" This would be a situation where the child is made to feel as comfortable as possible. I've been a child in the middle of a tragedy where no one would talk to me about it and no one figured I could "get" what was going on. I got it all right, and the feelings of being shoved aside and the helplessness far outweighed the opportunity to talk about the situation, believe me.