“The PCSO must publicly state HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings was alive on April 26-27, 2009”
Timothy Charles Holmseth, journalist/author, has issued a formal Notice of Claim to Putnam County Sheriff Jeff Hardy and the Putnam County Board of Commissioners.
The letter was sent to Hardy today.
Holmseth notified Hardy he will be filing a federal lawsuit against the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office for assisting a licensed legal professional in the state of Florida to threaten, harass, and malign him.
The letter, which describes how Hardy’s office has, and continues to collaborate with a licensed legal professional in the state of Florida, makes claim, in no uncertain terms, that HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings was alive on April 26-27, 2009.
Holmseth says that the PCSO is still actively assisting the licensed legal professional who regularly uses the World Wide Web to claim a special investigatory relationship with the PCSO and Captain Dominic Piscitello.
The aforementioned has recently publicly claimed to have secret information regarding the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping investigation that is known only to he/she and the PCSO; the information being contrary to what is published by Fox News, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Nancy Grace, and other major media outlets.
The projected relationship the licensed legal professional claims to have with the PCSO, is being used to bolster the credibility of Holmseth’s false accuser.
The letter read in part:
“I will consider myself whole, and forgo a federal lawsuit on one condition.
The PCSO must publicly state HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings was alive on April 26-27, 2009.
This admission must be done via an official press release by Sheriff Jeff Hardy issued to all local, regional, and national media.
Otherwise – I sue.”