Late Monday, Jones added a new wrinkle by calling on Kelly to pull the interview, saying she misrepresented his views on Sandy Hook.
"We would like it to be publicly known that we are greatly disappointed in your decision to give Alex Jones airtime," Soto's family wrote.
"We hope you never are subjected to the kind of torture that Alex Jones and his followers inflict on us," the family wrote.
Nelba Marquez-Greene, whose 6-year-old daughter, Ana Grace Marquez-Greene, died at Sandy Hook, took to Twitter after learning of NBC's plan to air the interview.
And to drive home her point, Marquez-Greene also posted the many tweets she received from Sandy Hook deniers after criticizing NBC and Kelly.
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