Sex offender Bruce Foley was never committed. Then Dru Sjodin disappeared.
Two lawyers challenge the governor's new policy on sex offenders
One man's fight for a jury trial could result in a spate of appeals
There is no cure and no way out. So why does the state spend more than $20 million a year to treat 179 former sex offenders?
At the Minnesota sexual psychopathic personality treatment center, they lock up men who are dangerous--or unlucky--enough to be tabbed menaces to society even after they've done their prison time