Florida millionaire that funded HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping scam says Minnesota author got the whole story right

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

Edward Boyle, Davie, Florida, telephoned Timothy Holmseth this week and told him that his sister, Maria Burgun, says Holmseth’s accounting of what happened to the missing child HaLeigh Cummings is completely accurate.

Holmseth says he was told HaLeigh was alive and being passed around to keep her hidden from authorities.

“My sister said you got the whole thing right. Wayanne Kruger, Cobra, all of them…you got it all right,” Boyle said, describing a recent conversation with his sister.

Maria Burgun is a millionaire from Plantation, Florida and met with the FBI in 2012 after her life was threatened.

Burgun told federal authorities she believes money she loaned out was misused to fund individuals operating a scam involving the staged abduction of HaLeigh Cummings.

Receipts obtained via subpoenas filed by Maria Burgun, and her husband John Burgun, amidst ongoing lawsuit activity in Broward County, Florida reveal the incriminating financial trail that leads right through the HaLeigh Cummings case.

Holmseth’s assembly of the information he received during interviews he conducted on the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping, shows the perpetrators that staged HaLeigh’s abduction, attempted to orchestrate the mysterious disappearance in a way it would implicate a seventeen year-old girl named Misty Croslin.

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