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Even beforehand– so like,
even before Martell and I went through what we went through,
I’d been asking before, what do you think? And I’m like, well,
not as I know of. I don’t think so. But it was never a like, no,
he would never do this, or– MAN: [INAUDIBLE] good statement.
– You know what I’m saying? [INAUDIBLE] it’s not a
real statement either. MAN: Well– well,
to be honest, like– It’s not a real statement. Well, I made that statement. And I said that I’ve never
experienced that before. I said my husband
hasn’t done that. MAN: That’s fair. It hasn’t happened to me. MAN: I think that’s fair. I think we– like if you’re
talking about your children, like obviously,
there’s people who grow up and turn into murderers.
MAN: Right. WOMAN: Right. MAN: If you ask
their mother, would your child ever be a murderer? No, he would never do that. MAN: Right. MAN: She would never do that. I think when there’s
an event that is beyond the realm of
possibility in your mind, you say never, and you mean
never, up until your kid goes and kills somebody. WOMAN: Right. MAN: But I think that– And I think it’s
no longer never. MAN: But if you look at
that history of that child– if you go back and really
look at him and like, just follow his
upbringing, things like him get in trouble and stuff– I think that no
one can act exempt from it happening to them. And that’s when I
have the problem, like don’t think that– What’s your problem
with it specifically? Specifically? Oh, whenever someone’s
sitting in my face, saying– and they know they lying– saying oh, I, this
has never happened. I have never experienced this. That’s when I have a problem.
It’s like, no. Let’s be honest. MAN: Because they’re
lying to you? And they want– if they’re
lying to me and expecting me to be honest with them. But what if they think they–
but what if they [INAUDIBLE] MAN: If they can’t
think they [INAUDIBLE] – No, ’cause they ain’t– right.
– I’m sorry. I mean, don’t under–
I don’t know. But I’m just saying,
they can’t think they’re telling the
truth if they know they’re not telling the truth.
Does that make sense? That makes sense.
But– LATISHA: And that
makes it difficult. That makes the
conversations hard to have. And then what you’re
saying is it’s very tough to seek help or go
to certain people if they’re not being truthful.
LATISHA: Honest. MAN: Honest about something. Well, I have never
experienced that before. And I have an auntie– MAN: Experienced what? Cheating. I haven’t, with my husband. I have not. I have a auntie. They’ve been married
for 32 years. Her husband’s never
cheated on her before. I have another auntie. She’s been married
for over 20 years. Her husband has never
cheated on her before. I talk to them all the time
about marriage and relationship because sometimes it gets hard. MAN: I mean, do you–
did you just feel that– And sometimes you
want to walk away. But like, cheating is
like, not an option. WOMAN: Right. So– and I didn’t get married
to my husband thinking that oh, maybe one day he’s
going to cheat on me. LATISHA: Nobody does.