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Sins of the Father, Part 1: The damage caused by Collier's father's violence on his mother's family comes full circle.

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Collier shares with Brenda how his mother Noreen's cousin recently reached out after seeing his documentary "A Murder in Mansfield". When Collier seeks to find out more about his mother's childhood from her family, he is shutdown simply for being "his father's son". Collier remembers how he was shut down many years ago by both his mother AND father's family, who labeled him "guilty by association", despite Collier's crusade in aiding the investigation of his mother's murder, leading to his father's conviction for her murder. Collier reveals how this stigma has haunted him his entire life and seeks to understand if other "children of murderers" face the same hurdles in life. YouTube video link: https://youtu.be/Ki-x2qjHTtY (https://youtu.be/Ki-x2qjHTtY) Note: this episode contains colorful language.

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