arrested and put on trial for beating

Your father has been arrested and put on trial for beating—and nearly

killing—an immigrant from Southeast Asia, a form of vigilantism

that you think he would never participate in. The prosecuting attorney

bent on ridding society of racially motivated violence, has a weak case so far. But then you find a handwritten letter by your father in which he relates in great detail how he intends to beat the immigrant to death. You are shocked and suddenly aware of a terrible choice you must make. You could turn the letter over to the prosecutor and ensure your father’s conviction, or you could destroy it and pave the way for his acquittal. Your loyalty to a member of your family is in conflict with your sense of justice. Which should you choose?