Man says rights violated in Jacob Wetterling abduction case
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A man who has been publicly identified as a person of interest in a Minnesota boy's 1989 abduction told The Associated Press on Thursday that he sent a letter to 14 state officials and agencies, complaining about how he has been treated by law enforcement.
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