DiscoverIn the DarkS1 E5: Person of Interest
S1 E5: Person of Interest

S1 E5: Person of Interest

Update: 2016-09-27121
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Dan Rassier now wishes he'd insisted that police search his family's St. Joseph farm top to bottom the night Jacob Wetterling was abducted. That way, they would have known there was nothing to find. And it would have been harder for them to come back 21 years later to search with backhoes and declare him a "person of interest" in the case. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.

Comments (11)

Annie Parker

I love the questioning she does with the law enforcement about the effects it's had on the "person of interest's" life. This podcast in a whole is so far amazing! I'm glued to it. :)

Jan 21st
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Simon Folkard

I must say despite being an unbelievably tragic case, with appalling investigative errors and sloppiness, this podcast is an excellent example of professional investigative reporting. Hands down one of the best podcasts i have heard.

Jan 13th
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Sarah Sundgaard

crazy that so many people (police, prosecutors, judge) allowed this to happen. its so outrageous and crazy and unbelieveable but they just said ok and wanting to nail someone- not caring if its right person or not.

Oct 14th
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Tiffani Wunder

that crap they said about the marathon running was the biggest stretch I've heard in a long long time.

Jun 13th
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Applesaws

Disgusting, absolutely disgusting to know they ruined Dan R.'s life like that. It could have been avoided if they had done their job correctly instead of grasping at straws.

Mar 29th
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Adam White

further proof that if you want to see examples of the most crooked and corrupt parts of our government, just look at a sheriff's department.

Jan 16th
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Shanaya Painter

Haven't a few people had success filing with Google and other search engines to remove articles related to their name??

Jan 8th
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Robert Cohen

.... . , , ...... .. **'. *'

Dec 21st
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Nancy Lapus

how to keep u alive without having to be known and be distracted by

Oct 5th
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WatchDawg

Wetterling family I feel for you. As a former forensic therapist I feel bad for the ignorant investigation of your sons death. Please understand the criticism of this podcast is mostly because of the narrative style.

Jun 18th
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