Former FBI criminal profiler Pete Klismet refuses to answer questions after an online sex attack on a journalist’s children.
Klismet was recently brought onto the Dylan Redwine murder case, which exploded into the headlines recently when the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office in Colorado announced a person of interest had been identified.
Sheriff’s office spokesman Dan Bender credited Klismet, a retired FBI investigator, for recent progress, according to a July 1 article by the Denver Post.
The case is now being rocked by sex attacks online against minor children, and Klismet has found himself right in the middle of it, but refusing to answer questions.
But there is no way he can seperate himself from the event.
On July 12, 2015, Klismet appeared on a Web radio talk show with Levi Page. Klismet was contacted in advance and provided a wealth of evidence that showed Page was a dangerous person that operated an x-rated cyber-stalking website.
Klismet completely ignored audio evidence he was provided of Page, which captured Page threatening an FBI witness (Timothy Charles Holmseth) in the case of the missing child HaLeigh Cummings; a witness that recently provide the FBI, FDLE, and Federal Judge Donovan W. Frank, evidence that rape pornography was created of the missing little girl.
After Timothy Charles Holmseth (this writer) wrote an article about the matter, Page posted online sexual threats against Holmseth’s children.
The matter is under investigation by law enforcement in East Grand Forks Minnesota, which has received evidence regarding Page from multiple states.
Investigators have indicated they will be contacting SAC Richard T. Thornton, Minneapolis FBI.
The evidence shows Page published the online sexual attack, as well as a promise of more attacks to come.
When Klismet was made aware that Page made sexual threats against Holmseth’s two children, he said, “I don’t care to see it”.
Holmseth has questions about Klismet’s involvement and agenda in the Dylan Redwine murder investigation.
Holmseth asked Klismet by e-mail:
Did the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office approach you and ask for your profiling assistance? Or, did you approach the County?
Do you have any other ‘client(s)’ other than the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office that you are working for regarding the Dylan Redwine case?
Klismet replied, “None of this is any of your business”.
Klismet has told Holmseth he “picked the wrong guy to mess with” and he “might be messing with the wrong person”.
This is a developing story