Trial forces older Jurgens to recount troubled boyhood, relive brother's death
When Lois Jurgens telephoned Robert Jurgens' home in Crookston, Minn., last fall, the man who answered was her son, the cop.
When his mother said she was going to be investigated because of his brother's death 22 years ago, "I got kind of a sick feeling in my stomach because it was always there," Robert Jurgens said. The question was always there, unanswered, needling, and for most of his own troubled life "a very
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