Of all the investigations in his 24 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Daniel D. Roberts remembers the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping the most.
He remembers initially hoping that the case would be resolved quickly, maybe a case of a teenager out too late with her friends. Nine months later, after he walked her back to her parents and watched their tearful reunion, he remembers being impressed with the way she recalled important details to help bring her captors to justice.
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