A letter addressed to the Judge was found next to a suicide's body.
The letter said:
Do not blame anyone for my death. I take my life because I do not know who I am and I drown in this sea of tears.
I had the misfortune to marry a widow. This one had a daughter. If I had known, I never would have.
Unfortunately, my mother had died and my father was a widower. He fell in love and married my wife's daughter. In this way, my wife was the mother-in-law of her father-in-law, my step-daughter became my mother and my father was my son-in-law at the same time.
A short time later, my stepmother had a son. He was my brother, but he was also my wife's grandson. In this way, I was my brother's grandfather.
Afterwards, my wife had a son. Since this son was my mother's brother, he was therefore my father's brother-in-law and uncle of his children.
Therefore, my wife was the mother-in-law of her daughter. Instead, I am my mother's father, and my father and his wife are my children.
And last but not least, I am my own grandfather.
Mr. Judge, I say goodbye to the world because I do not know who I am.