BREAKING: Recorded confession of witness to Jacob Wetterling ritual sacrifice released - in possession of feds - LISTEN
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 23, 2018 at 6:43 P.M. CST An audio confession of a witness to the ritual sacrifice of Jacob Wetterling has been released and is now in the possession of the feds.
The witness, who will remain un-named herein, said Jerry Wetterling murdered Jacob during a satanic ritual sacrifice.
The audio given to the feds reveals the witness said Jacob's last words included "Daddy, daddy, don't!"
The recent story put out by the Stearns County Sheriff's Office that Daniel Heinrich confessed to Jacob's murder and led detectives to the body was proven to be a hoax after the teeth and bones found were determined to not be human.
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