Set up...20 years to solve this crime. Father with 2 daughters. At the time both were in their young 20s. The eldest of the two was murdered.
The father knows in his heart that his youngest daughter's husband (or possibly boyfriend at the time) killed his eldest daughter. Evidence points to him...but not enough to charge the man with it. So for twenty years he had to play along and pretend to like the man who killed his eldest daughter so he wouldn't loss his youngest daughter.
After twenty years DNA was perfected and the man who was married to his youngest daughter was FOUND GUILTY.
SO the question is: Could you imagine being this father? Would you have the ability to be around your one daughter's killer so you wouldn't lose your other daughter?
This is a hard one for me to answer...I wouldn't want to lose my second daughter, but what about the issue of him killing the second daughter? And how is it that this man didn't murder anyone else? In the end, I think I might have tried to sabotage their relationship.
Not really a cheerful post...But a humanistic one: This man sacrificed his own emotions so he could be there for his daughter.