The Boy Who Killed His Molester
"I was shocked that someone could get past my radar like that," Terry says. "And I was angry that this person deceived my whole family. He literally just took our innocence away."
"I was very upset," Donna says. "In my head, [Duane] was such a nice person, but he knew what he was doing."
Oprah asks Daniel what he'd say to other abused children who are feeling the same shame, guilt and rage that he felt. "You need to come out and say something, because it's not your fault," Daniel says. "No one is going to blame you. Man up."
Terry also has advice for children. "When anybody is giving you stuff that your parents don't want you to have and you think: 'Hey, this person's cool. He's giving me alcohol. He's letting me drive his car. He's the cool guy. My parents suck,' listen. Something's wrong."
More from the show
How one family feels the lasting affects of child molestation
Oprah explains how sex offenders groom children
How far would you go to protect your child?