FLDS Prophet's Nephew Testifies Against Polygamists

"You know, as I'm concerned, they can live there and have their own world. It's the abuse. The abuse needs to stop. The women and the children need to have their freedom to choose what they want to do," Brent said. "If they want to leave they can leave. If the women want to leave with their kids, they can. Or, maybe a man wants to leave with his family. It just needs to be like everywhere else. You cannot have this sexual misconduct with all these young kids and all this stuff going on in there. It's not right. It's illegal."

"Someone needs to stand up and say, 'this is wrong.' I'm going to do anything I can to help these poor kids and these moms, if they let me."

Tune in to 20/20 at 10 p.m. tonight to watch more of this interview. John Quinones will also take you inside the El Dorado compound to meet the people who are now running things there.

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