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Who was Rosie Larsen's real father?

Last Updated: 1st May, 2021

This week on The Killing, we meet Rosie Larsen's real father, David Ranier, and he seems to be pretty great.

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Simply so, who is Rosie's biological father in the killing?

Stan Larsen

Also Know, who is Bennett in the killing? Bennet Ahmet. He was Rosie's English teacher. He is married and an expectant father.

Consequently, why did Rosie Larsen die?

We finally see, through flashback, what happened on the night she died. This is why Rosie Larsen died: Jamie, after repeatedly punching an innocent girl in the face, gets cold feet about actually killing her. He calls up his secret business partner Michael Ames and asks him if he'll do it instead.

Who is Michael Ames in the killing?

Jasper Ames is the ex-boyfriend of Rosie Larsen. The reason for their breakup is unclear. Jasper is the teenaged son of Michael Ames, a wealthy Seattle land developer, particularly along the waterfront areas. The teenager is first seen when Rosie's friend, Sterling, asks Kris Echols of his location.

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