"I can't imagine that he would do anything like this," Frank Giordano said. "I have no idea what happened to her, and I'm sorry if something bad did happen to her. I have no indication he was a part of that happening."
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The lack of a mattress the first few days in jail, coupled with 100-degree heat in the cells and regular police interview had left his son exhausted, Frank Giordano told NBC's "Today" show.