Dru Sjodin case prompts changes in law, society
PEQUOT LAKES, Minn. – “I don’t try to dwell on the horror of how Dru was taken,” Linda Walker said last week from her home here. “I try to deal more in what I can do to help change even a small part of what’s happening.”
It will be 10 years on Friday since the kidnapping and murder of her daughter, University of North Dakota student Dru Sjodin, by Alfonso Rodriguez, a high-risk sex offender living in Crookston at the time.
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