Fmr. Wetterling Case Suspect Dan Rassier Still Plans To Sue InvestigatorsJacob Wetterling's kidnapping changed the course of many lives -- and one man is still waiting for answers as to why he became the primary focus in the case.
‘We’re Not Stupid’: Wetterling Case FBI Agent Fires Back At SheriffThe relatively new Stearns County Sheriff Don Gudmundson pointed the finger Thursday at his own department and the FBI about how they handled Jacob Wetterling's disappearance.
Key Takeaways From Jacob Wetterling Files ReleaseMore than 40,000 pages of documents were released Thursday, and 4,000 of those pages were left out because a judge ordered them to be returned to the FBI. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office held a press conference to detail the release of the files.
Stearns Co. Sheriff Blasts Early Stage Of Wetterling InvestigationIt's an allegation many have long suspected. However, never before has the department admitted the details of the mistakes.
'Dark Day' Ahead As Wetterling Case Files Made Public ThursdayWCCO has learned Stearns County will release more than 40,000 pages of documents on Thursday.
Wetterling Case Files Set For Release Next WeekIn 1989, 11-year-old Jacob was kidnapped and murdered by Danny Heinrich.
Wetterling Family Decides To Stop Fighting Release Of Investigative DocumentsThe family of Jacob Wetterling has decided not to appeal a judge's order to release the state files on the 27-year investigation into the kidnapping and murder of Jacob.
Judge Rules Wetterling Files Should Be Released To PublicThe ruling comes as the legal battle between the Wetterlings and several Twin Cities media companies continues.
Judge Orders Wetterling Files Returned To The FBIThousands of print, video and audio files in the Jacob Wetterling case will stay sealed for now.
U.S. Gov't Sues Stearns County Over Wetterling DocumentsThe U.S. government is asking a state court judge to order that FBI documents related to the Jacob Wetterling investigation be returned to the federal agency.
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