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who deals with this thing and well, this is andrew, how could he, how could this, have you been talking about the same guy? i mean, if agent webber told us that they believe or he believed that he, andrew was on the run because he had to make these buys by may 1st and he had only done half of them. you don't jerk 11 me a rose carter with you from scratch to let you know our work anymore on the start of the water. you're awesome. i was just blown away. i mean here my son is missing and, and now they tell me he's a drug dealer or i maybe got all of them didn't make sense to me. but none of that made sense. nothing made. sounds mean pamius didn't know what to do. i mean, as far as what even to believe really though and where to
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turn in then sergeant helgren's son wanted us to do a press conference. we love you and we want you. we need you to come home. everything will be okay. way pleaded for andrew on that news conference to come in like they wanted us to have him turn himself in. we love you and we want you home with us. everything will be okay when i frankly not recall the ride ha or anything. because yeah, we up and left, i was kind of in free, fall it to seem like it was snowballing, rapidly. everything seemed to be fine. i mean, there were no red flags. no,
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nothing. that's what's making this so difficult for us as law enforcement, it's i mean, ah, with the school they had a vigil for their students put together, and they asked mander to talk. eric, can i said some words for a little speech and i'll just begun farm to come home if you are in trouble or just come home, want to help with your friends? ah, most of the electrical program missouri as far as with faculty and students. you
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know, people are pretty generous and they're going to give of their time and they're gonna, they're gonna form these search parties and they're going to go all scour off or wherever law enforcement has identified us as potential places to walk. ah, the campus police should obviously are going to go back to class. that basically turn to say where you don't want any more students going missing. as like, what makes no sense? is there a black hole? i 3, somewhere they didn't tell anybody about and people are falling into it. mm. mm. we went just to places that we had gone or if, when we gotta go cruising or something always smoke and we like drive down all the roads. we go and, but all or has together and tried her hardest to find something, get some sort of clues as to what happened or where he was or, and what was going on, but didn't come up with anything and started to seem like there was something else going on and we learned that the college police department was the ones
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investigating this situation. campus police are supposed to make sure that you behave, make sure you're following the rules of the campus. she snuck baron to your room, look out for the campus place. that's their job and the campus police should have turned the situation over to another agency immediately. they just don't have the experience and training necessary to deal with this situation. andrew sat at the end, the f. c s student and disappeared on may 1st last seen leaving is dorm at the campus of the north dakota state college of sciences. parents are john and tammy tammy. good to have you. i news and views. morning. gimme an evaluation of where this search for andrew is at it. basically don cole,
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with as far as the campus police are concerned. and we're, we're, we're not gonna stop looking for it a living hell. you know, that's the living, how it's july. 8th, i find that are other than that so, so it's, it's fairly bad time a year and now he's got to how do you feel that the state college of science has been in dealing with this situation? and it seems like they're not doing anything. andrews case just made me feel frustrated, but once you start hearing that other stations are having just as much difficulty getting basic answers, you realize there's something more going on. people were just trying to come up with theories and i think that's natural when you don't have a lot of answers,
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you want to find something i would say probably after the 2nd week started having some doubts about how tullison will be in take care of their investigative skills were pretty limited, his thoughts when i could see and all we thought that they were probably doing his best, they could, i don't know. i guess they didn't seem to frantic about trying to find them, i guess, but i asked him if they had checked out any of the other vit surveillance stuff in town. in all as far as seni in andrew or seen a movement at his car moved, you know, i said, well did you check with the train and the and the tax season and any that stuff if, if handers gotten any of that and checked in fargo, if any anybody's seen him there or anything like that?
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oh no, that's good idea. i think it was just i don't know what they were doing. i mean they other than waiting for a phone call. i guess i don't understand how to ruin this. went on for i say, weeks, and nothing. ah fresh news to day folks in the andrew sat a case, the young man we've all been searching for since he went missing on may 1st and now warrant has been issued for andrew's arrest. static is wanted on drug charges. details of these charges are still emerging, but andrew was allegedly caught selling marijuana on 2 occasions on april, 4th, and april night, 2013. 1 sale was for 20 bucks. the other was for $60.00. mm . was like, are you kidding me? all of this for $80.00 worth of pot. my son is missing
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for $80.00 worth of pot. i was wild wild. show me a campus where you cannot find $80.00 worth of time . i remember waking up the news that he had been charged and also what is this? i was this even a thing they can do. this is completely or try to get our friend home. and now you're gonna throw some kind of bogus charge. yeah. like i had not put it together at all. how does warned has happened now that he's gone missing? what crime did you commit? where did they see him? what? like what, how did, why is that happening now? i knew it was everything was just confusing little mess for a while there. like that whole month was the most confusing thing at summer. happened the end of the file in the warranty. i think i'm monday and they thought
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the other police have to get involved or, you know, just kind of everybody's looking for him that i think that was the reasoning for filing the charges. so that kind of shut down the public's willingness to help. nobody wants to look for a drug dealer in my own mother to this day believes that andrew was a drug dealer. anybody that knew him knew there was more to the story. i assume that, you know, he just took off. this is just more and he could handle, but at the same time i, i had this idea that yeah, but where is it? where's it going? where do you, where's it going to go in? you're gonna check the one be original. walton that we see. if you don't check 11
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me if i use contact with you, i'm just gonna assume that you don't want to work any more than that. i'm just going to cut the warranty with me. i was having a panic here, sitting in the pedicure chair with my feet in the water and sergeant harrison called he said, what are you doing? and i said, i'm having a paddock, hearing those are you alone? and i'm like, no, the girls here. you know what he goes, where is john and i said he's on a fishing trip. get him home. ah, i was actually up fishing with my buddies, just kind of get a weekend away. ah. tammy had called me that they had found the body in the river.
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how often i knew what was happening. ah, i just got to the house. of course we're waiting. the sheriff showed up with tammy's pastor and told that it was at her. ah ah ah ah ah ah ah, ah,
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be stuck with these it's odd to do. i also need ah, you know what, where is he? you know, but it's all different. so when you finally, when they finally found the body and then you knew that he was dead enough. i remember just like i couldn't keep my eyes dry because this is just like the reality now, you know, is tough to i mean, deep down kind of new cars has been a long time. you just didn't wanna accept it until it smacked in the face. ah
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ah, surgeon harrington called us. i grad john. every time he spoke, it was something new in bizarre. he said andrew was shot in the head and had a backpack or rocks tied to them. that's what he told us over the phone. he believed it was us a suicide. he was just waiting on the coroner. and once he found the gun,
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he would be confirmed that it was a suicide. mm. mm . so the 1st day i met tammy, she decided i'm going to talk to the news. so i walked and i didn't know what to expect, you know what i mean, we had heard about what was happening, but i didn't know i was just walking into this. and tammy said my son was killed and i had to call my producers like, hey, this is actually your story today. i know you just wanted me to get a sound by here, but this is your story. she says her son was killed. mm. under statics, mom tammy sat. i spoke at a local radio station today saying she believed her son was murdered. we discovered that when andrew was found on june 27th, he wasn't wearing the same clothes he might missing and cameras. in his dorm caught
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this footage, he was last seen wearing this white shirt, but one, his body was found. he was wearing a different jacket. ah, he was shot in the head. his backpack was weighted down. he was thrown in the river with the backpack rocks. was kinda the, the kicker for me. and like if you're going kill yourself, he can do that anywhere. why would you need to make your body disappear? what? who andrew was shot with the 22. andrew went in to the red river and he came up on the minnesota side of the red river between him leaving that dorm. and when he was shot, there was a change of clothes. there were rocks in the backpack for me personally. andrew was murdered. makes more sense than what the cops could come up was and all they could
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come up with is a suicide. like, well, i said guys are rocks in his backpack tied to his body. that doesn't sound like a suicide. it sounds like murder one on one in this developing story, tammy, static is fighting back tears as she talks about not having answers in her son's death or just really hasn't been any effort to keep this. you know, we updated the static family is bringing their own attorneys to the fight. and now they want the f b i to investigate. i think people knew it was a major story right away. when that happened, people knew something was going on. that just doesn't happen. a rural college student doesn't just get shot in the head and found in a river like that, something else had to be happening. they're not going to do their jobs to let the f b. i get involved, somebody that can look at this case fresh without this suicide in the back of their minds, you know, planted by the campus police and everything. i want them to look at like the whole
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case objectively. when i met tammy that day and had a personal conversation with tammy, i thought, okay, we have the power of journalism. we have the power of finding public records. we have the power of being able to hold those who are paid by tax dollars accountable . ah, we talked about it is that she just has a lot of questions and can't seem to figure out where to get the answers. do you know where she should be looking? no, i really don't know where i, where she should be looking on on that tab. hey, it's i, i think a lot of people have a lot of questions to understand the investigative process. you just really have to look at the timeline of events that took place when andrew was reported missing on i believe those may 2nd the campus police at the embassy us were the
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lead investigators, by june, shortly before andrew's body was found, there were, i would say 3 or 4 different law enforcement agencies that were involved. but it was really still to this point, hard to tell who was actually in charge, who was actually doing anything the investigation was turned over to the b. c, a in minnesota. but n dfcs was originally investigating the north dakota agee's office and b, c, i in their report said it was a minnesota b c, a case to be ca said that's not true. they have nothing to do with it as furious as angry at the way everything will be presented from start to finish. the way the police were handling it from pretty much day one. the address static death investigation is being handled by campus police. the minnesota police are not
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working with the campus. police cops aren't sharing information. i was absolutely out. yeah. was the light away, very lay way of putting it, the f, b i's response was essentially that they weren't asked by local law enforcement to be involved unless they were asked by law enforcement to get involved. there was no reason for them to get involved at that point. all due respect to the campus, police, you know, they've got a job to do. and it is not in to gating a potential murder. i remember asking this school official, do you feel like you're in over your head? and i don't really remember his response to that time. i don't know if he had a response or not, but that was one of the last times we ever got to talk to a school official about the case. no one wanted responsibility. and so if he didn't
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want responsibility in the front end by doing anything on the back end, you were taking responsibility. and so there it was much easier to use the narrative of. he took his own life because then he was responsible for the police came here. oh, i can't remember how long after his body was found. it was a while low and basically told us the progress or lack of progress that they were at what stage the investigation we didn't know all of particulars. i didn't tell us all the evidence of what was going on, but they weren't telling us everything. we were at that time just trying to find anything,
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any document or any video they had. tammy had told us that they had his cell phone . tammy had told us they had his laptop, things like that. so we were asking. okay, did you find information on his laptop? could we get a copy of that or do you have video documentation of him being interviewed? i didn't know what i was expecting, but when i 1st pressed play, almost felt wrong. watching m a. jason lambert. ah. yeah. it was just slight me could and knocked me over with a feather. joy related with november 22nd in his 20th birthday. it starts off with some smart alec comment
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that you don't want to spend your birthday here very well, you know center say ok as a whole day. like i said, you're facing to families. of course miss manager. yes. it's a 25 minute video. it took me probably a week to get through it 5 hour where you start off you're, you're on football players and correct. so the police came in and dish troy to his wife for want mm. this music to college cd. so i mean that got me and it inspired me to really look at the case, but look at the case, i'm not looking to hang the police or any, but i'm looking at the fast. the one i saw the fact i was scandalized. i was like, i'd never seen anything as bad as you know,
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a good way is attacks me in the morning or the night before. okay, we'll do some for tomorrow while i'm off tomorrow and then you can find some of my analysis of it was really simple, line them up not find criminals and get the evidence line them up lanham of what, arrest and conversion to informants because we are or agents that i work with, we are we, you know, you're not like we only see, we are working with other people in the area where, who's there for one mission to get another informant and another arrest number. and he did it. good thing is he investigates no one let conduct. so just the geisha what did you, for instance, when you interrogated him, find out what his source, what could it be that you didn't do it? because if you question too much,
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you'd find out that it was one of your other informants who gave it to him. and if that's the case, you understand, you committed a felony you to police, or if that's the case, just like you in your situation, you have no clue who probably around you all your know who with you friday maybe trying to think of ideas and stuff, but i'm not going to tell you if you haven't form giving go to subject subject gives it to one form or 2. where is the investigation? you the guy in charge of informers? you created the crime and that's it. perfect. frame. whole. mm for you this? yes. remember that we're in the middle of an opioid epidemic,
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