. Mom agonizes about how to reach her son, a man with a Buddha tattoo who turned to hate « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CNN- The first sign of trouble was brief. Just a couple of comments during the hustle and bustle of regular life.

Karen Amsden was chatting to her son in the driveway while picking up her grandchildren when she mentioned something about a quote by Anne Frank, one of the most famous victims of the Nazis who wrote a haunting diary before she was captured and murdered in the Holocaust.

“He just said something about, ‘That’s not even real. The Holocaust isn’t real,’” Amsden recalled.

She thought her son was joking. Now she says it’s clear he was not.

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