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When they next saw their son, he was shuffling into a courtroom, handcuffed and shackled to leg irons.
The family was referred to the sheriff's office, which sent a detective to the house.
"We were devastated and had no idea we were setting our son up for the worst thing that could have ever happened to him," his mother said.
The detective "comes and she is our friend and it's going to be OK, this kind of thing happens all the time and we'll just write some things down and talk with (your son) and the other boys, it just sounds like boys experimenting. The (other boys') parents show up on our porch and give their side, and she comes back in and says it all sounds consensual." They allowed the detective to talk with their son privately and agreed to come to the sheriff's office the next day to give a statement and discuss counseling.
"We went to bed feeling a little better; it was going to be OK," the mother said. Shortly after they got to the sheriff's office, both parents felt uneasy. Still, when a detective asked to speak again with their son privately, they agreed.
The victory was a relief, but the guilt and pain of their ordeal still run deep. Her son had never been in trouble and was a good student.
In an interview with , the parents, who have since divorced because of the strain of the case, asked that their names not be used in order to protect their son, now 16. "We didn't bring our child up to ever do anything like this, and I'm thinking, is he gay?