The Jacob Wetterling abduction

In 1989, 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling was abducted along a rural road in St. Joseph, Minn. In 2016, Danny Heinrich led authorities to the place where he buried Wetterling.

Judge hears arguments in legal fight over Wetterling investigative file
Patty and Jerry Wetterling, Jacob's parents, have sued to stop the release of about 168 pages in the file, which they say contain personal information about their marriage and family.
Judge allowing some claims by man wrongfully accused in Wetterling case to proceed
Dan Rassier sued Stearns County, former Sheriff John Sanner and two investigators, claiming his rights were violated when Sanner named him as a person of interest in the Wetterling case.
Stearns County seeks dismissal of suit by wrongly suspected Wetterling neighbor
Dan Rassier and his mother are seeking more than $2 million, claiming Stearns County law enforcement officials violated their rights by casting suspicion on Rassier.
Several media organizations argued in Stearns County District Court on Friday that they should be allowed to join a legal dispute over whether information from the Jacob Wetterling investigation should be released publicly.
Wetterlings seek to stop media intervention in privacy case
Jerry and Patty Wetterling have filed a court motion arguing that media shouldn't be allowed to challenge their request to keep private portions of an investigative file associated with their son's disappearance.
Wetterling documents case could set precedent, lead to new legislation
It will likely be months before the case files related to Jacob Wetterling's abduction and murder are released. A district judge stopped the release on Friday after his parents filed a suit saying some documents are too private to be made public.
Wetterlings sue to delay investigation records release
A judge on Friday agreed to stop the expected Monday release of documents tied to the 1989 abduction and murder of Jacob Wetterling. His parents say the investigative file holds personal information they expected would stay private.
Full Wetterling file to become public in 2 weeks
County staff and attorneys have been preparing for the release for months, including reviewing thousands of pages of documents, investigative reports and transcribed interviews.