'Morning Edition' Returns: Complicated Family Ties A Swedish man paid child support for 13 years, though he knew the child wasn't his. Last year, a DNA test proved he wasn't the father, and the Swedish man wants $65,000 in compensation. And a 25-year-old Indian man has married his 80-year-old grandmother because he wants to take care of her. He says he can be with her all the time as her husband.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: Complicated Family Ties

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Complicated Family Ties

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A Swedish man paid child support for 13 years, though he knew the child wasn't his. Last year, a DNA test proved he wasn't the father, and the Swedish man wants $65,000 in compensation. And a 25-year-old Indian man has married his 80-year-old grandmother because he wants to take care of her. He says he can be with her all the time as her husband.