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Clay, Garrett and Jared each feel differently about being a part of their father's life again. Jared feels he experienced closure at the trial. "I just have to look at it this way: I'm done," he says, "I don't have a father. There's a man in prison [who's] not my father. It's a different person."

"I carry an anger with me that I hope will go away," Garrett says. "I hope someday that I can feel I can go see him."

"Part of healing is trying to promote the positive aspects of this whole situation," Clay points out. "The fact is, he's alive and no one got hurt."
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Published on January 25, 2006

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