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S1 E1: The Crime

S1 E1: The Crime

Update: 2016-09-07301
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The abduction of Jacob Wetterling, which made parents more vigilant and led to the first national requirement that states track sex offenders via registries, took place before moonrise on a warm October night in 1989. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.

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Lorenzo B. Esparza

Listen to this Monday morning quarterback talk about how the police failed in this case. It's easy for someone to point the finger after the fact and say I would have this and that. I wonder if she still lives with mommy and daddy while believing unicorns exist.

May 30th
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Adam Kay

It's scary this kind of stuff can happen anywhere, small or large communities. if there's a blessing in this one case is the national sex offender registry that came because of this case.

Nov 7th
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Unicorn 1

How sad!! Poor family! 😥😥

Aug 30th
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I Hope Someone Relates

Man... I have never heard of an investigative reporter laughing at the parents of a missing kid for saying that they really don't want to relive this time in their lives. What the hell? Ridiculous.

Jul 21st
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Elizabeth Argueta

wasthis case ever solved?

Oct 23rd
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