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'She let it happen': Peter Boy's siblings say they're unlikely to forgive their mother

Jaylin Kema, in court on Thursday. Jaylin Kema, in court on Thursday.
Site along the Puna Coast, where Peter Kema, Sr. says he disposed of his son's body. Site along the Puna Coast, where Peter Kema, Sr. says he disposed of his son's body.
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KONA, HAWAII (HawaiiNewsNow) -

"Peter Boy" Kema's siblings say they want nothing to do with their mother, especially after learning recently that she helped her husband dispose of the child's body.

In an interview with Hawaii News Now, Peter Boy's sister and brother say what Jaylin Kema did is unforgivable. 

"She let it happen for so long. I'm still with good with not talking to her," said Lina Acol, the boy's sister,

Added Allan Acol, Peter Boy's brother, "I've gotten so far without her, so I'm OK with what I got right now."

Kema was placed on supervised released from prison Thursday while awaiting sentencing for manslaughter. She could receive as many as 10 years probation.

The news was unsettling to the family, who only recently learned that Jaylin Kema played a greater role in the cover-up of Peter Boy's death than they had initially believed.

After their father pleaded guilty to manslaughter in April, he revealed that his wife helped him try to cremate the boy's body.

The 6-year-old's remains were then put into a box and disposed of in a remote location along the Puna Coast. Peter Kema led investigators to the site on Sunday, and Peter Boy's family subsequently visited with police.

Jaylin's father, Jimmy Acol, said even he cannot forgive his daughter right now.

"For her to break bread with us will be very hard," he said.

Authorities will search the remove site where Kema said he disposed of Peter Boy's body, but if nothing can be found Kema will have to take a polygraph test to ensure he's telling the truth.

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