Chandler said teens were sometimes shackled and that parents were aware of the practice. He denies children were abused.
Hall said he chose Chandler's program on the recommendations of a Tucson police officer and an Air Force officer.
Bryce said he was in chains for the first three to four months of his stay at Tierra Blanca. And while he admits he would have said or done anything to get out during those months, he now thinks of Chandler as his second father. Both he and his dad credit Chandler's program with saving Bryce.
"I am so proud of him," Hall said, breaking down as he described how his son has been helping him at his Tucson real estate business and calling him "sir" rather than spewing profanities.