Posted to Oprah.com website:
"When I heard the topic that was going to be discussed, I debated whether or not to record this show.
However, I decided to let it record.
I had to view it in 10 minute increments because it was too much for me to handle in one viewing.
This is such an evil, disgusting, horrific act to have been practiced on such a sweet innocent child.
Seeing the school photos of Mr. Milligan, that sweet little face, so difficult to imagine what that little boy was experiencing.
I sobbed for Mr. Milligan when the camera's captured him visiting his childhood home.
I cannot even fathom the pain he has experienced, and still faces to this day.
I commend profusely the great courage it took for Mr. Milligan to expose his tortured past.
The strength it took for him to expose this humiliating, degrading and embarrassing crime, all for the benefit to help other viewers who are going through this same torture whether past, or present.
How encouraging to see he is not paralyzed by his past experience.
He certainly has turned the corner in his life, for the better. It shows others that there is hope to move on.
My heart goes out to him and his family.
I wish them only peace and happiness, & love and to be comforted and reassured in knowing how many people care."