North Dakota Governor Candidate Remarks on College Student Police Informants
The newest candidate for governor of North Dakota does not support stopping police and drug task forces from using college students as confidential informants.
Wayne Stenehjem, the current Attorney General, says a better approach may be for law enforcement to have a uniform policy and fully explain to informants how they would be used.
The mother of 20-year-old Andrew Sadek wants the program stopped.
Her son had provided information to an undercover drug unit when he attended NDSCS in Wahpeton.
He went missing in May 2014 and was found later found dead.
She believes her son was murdered.