by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 10, 2016, 12:40 P.M.
Multiple court actions filed in North Carolina against individuals in several states resulted in a threatening telephone call to the Petitioner – the person claimed to be connected to the ‘federal government’.
Deric Lostutter, once featured in Rolling Stone magazine, captured the bombshell evidence after issuing subpoenas, signed by a judge, for telephone records of persons he believes are threatening his family and mocking the death of his baby girl.
Lostutter has been working with state prospectors in multiple cases.
Two of the individuals subject to the subpoenas are believed to be Thomas Norman Olsen, Florida, and Alexandria Goddard, Ohio. Both Olsen and Goddard openly boast and brag on their Twitter accounts that law enforcement will never find them to serve the court papers.
“I have issued well over 10 subpoenas in his case to various companies, a criminal summons for [Thomas Norman Olsen] to come to court, as well as an ex-parte’ restraining order demanding that the site be taken offline,” Lostutter said.
After Lostutter issued the subpoenas for telephone records, he was telephoned by a person frantically demanding the identities of everyone served. During the call, which Lostutter recorded, the person openly admitted to not filing a ‘Notice of Appearance’ or being the ‘Attorney of Record’ on the case(s).
The person had no authority to make court document of information demands of Lostutter.
The bizarre telephone call quickly escalated into assertions that Lostutter was the subject of ‘investigations’ and warned that the ‘federal government’ wants Lostutter to stay off the computer.
Lostutter was then warned that if he did not ‘voluntarily’ produce the information to the frantic person, he would be reported to the ‘Sheriff’ and ‘federal government’.
The ominous references to police and feds hit a bizarre fevered pitch when the person suggested all the files regarding Lostutter’s case had disappeared from the courthouse.
“I am sure that [REDACTED] knows that fabricating legal proceedings is a crime, but nevertheless [REDACTED] proceeded to tell me that my files had been confiscated by the federal authorities, possibly F.B.I., from Forsyth County Courthouse or by the Sheriff’s office, and were no longer at the courthouse,” Lostutter said.
Lostutter states he is filing reports to authorities including the BAR Association.
Thomas Olsen was reported by Timothy Charles Holmseth to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and FBI for his involvement with videos published on You Tube demanding Holmseth remove all his websites or suffer severe consequences.
The videos and publications sexually threatened Holmseth’s children and spoke of his grandchild being taken – in the Lostutter matter, the stalkers mocked the death of the Lostutter couple’s baby girl.
Imagery and statements on Twitter accounts associated with the matters in dictate the people threatening the children worship Satan.
Just as in the case of Lostter, Holmseth has received threats that included warning he was under ‘multiple private investigations’ in Florida by someone that was talking to “Officer Hajicek” at the East Grand Forks Police Department, Minnesota.
Holmseth, an investigative journalist, was interviewed by the FBI in 2010 after receiving information from Teresa Neves, the grandmother of the missing child HaLeigh Cummings involving photographs. He also obtained information about a man named John Regan who claimed to be a pastor and “undercover pedophile” working for the FBI – Regan said the FBI had HaLeigh but was hiding her.
In the Holmseth matter, members of the syndicate contacted his employer in Grand Forks, North Dakota and attempted to have him terminated after he refused to succumb to the extortion demand for him to remove all his publications from the Web.
Both Olsen and Goddard are named in the Amicus Brief filed to the Florida Court this week regarding the post conviction motion filed by Misty Croslin – the girl believed to have information about the kidnapping of HaLeigh Cummings and the child pornography created of her.
Records contained in the files of the East Grand Forks Police Department, Minnesota, Grand Forks Police Department, North Dakota, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota, and the United States District Court – Holmseth v. City of East Grand Forks et al, connect all these cases to only a few people.