Rassier Sues Investigators, Stearns County In Wetterling AbductionAfter once being named a person of interest in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling, Dan Rassier is now filing a lawsuit against the county and state.
Rassier To File Suit Seeking $2M In Damages From Wetterling InvestigatorsA lawsuit seeking more than $2 million in damages by a man publicly named as a person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case will be filed in federal court Wednesday.
2 Men Suing Stearns County In Separate CasesTwo Minnesota men will file civil rights lawsuits against the sheriff's office that led the investigation into Jacob Wetterling's kidnapping.
Wetterling Person Of Interest Fights For His ReputationAn innocent man says his battle against the agency he blames for ruining his reputation is only just beginning.
1st Person Of Interest In Wetterling Abduction Seeking Property ReturnA man once considered a person of interest in the abduction of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling is seeking property that investigators took when they searched his family's farm in 2010.
Fmr. Jail Worker & Author Speak Out On Heinrich's Alleged Connection To WetterlingWe’re hearing from people who pointed the finger at Danny Heinrich just days after Jacob Wetterling's disappearance.
1st Person Of Interest In Wetterling Abduction Wants His Name ClearedAuthorities continue to ask for more information about Danny Heinrich, the man identified as a person of interest by law enforcement in the Jacob Wetterling case a week ago Thursday. But there is another person of interest named publicly in 2010. Dan Rassier is a school band teacher, and Wetterling was abducted at the end of his quarter-mile-long driveway.
For 1st Time, 'Person Of Interest' Goes Through Day Of Wetterling AbductionWCCO-TV has learned that a key piece of evidence in the Jacob Wetterling abduction was never saved.
Man Says Rights Violated In Minn. Abduction CaseA man identified as a person of interest in a Minnesota boy's 1989 abduction says he sent a letter of complaint to 14 state officials and agencies.