CNN, HLN, and Nancy Grace implicated in child sex trade

CNN provided media cover for kidnapping operation

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 22, 2016, 12:06 P.M. CST

Bombshell claims from an Indiana private investigation firm regarding a police report made about the whereabouts of a Florida child kidnapped from her bed in 2009 reveal employees of CNN, HLN, and Nancy Grace have been connected to the child sex trade and child porn rings for years.

The PI’s astonishing claims also create serious questions about a police department in Minnesota and their relationship with the CNN child sex ring.

Tina Church, 62, Specialized Investigative Consultants, Mishawka, Indiana, telephoned Timothy Charles Holmseth (Write Into Action) in October, 2016 regarding an article he published entitled ‘HaLeigh Cummings Bombshell: ‘Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc. reported to FBI’.

The article revealed Wayanne Kruger, the author and victim’s advocate that traveled to Florida to live with the missing child’s mother in 2009, believed she may have met Tina Church who was traveling with a group and going by the name “Christine Church” shortly after the kidnapping.

Tina Church’s name first publically surfaced in the HaLeigh Cummings investigation when case witnesses Hank Croslin and Chelsea Croslin telephoned Holmseth and said Tina Church told them HaLeigh had been located in Louisville, Kentucky as result of a child porn raid. What was most amazing about the Croslin’s account was they knew about the child porn raid (which they learned of from Tina Church) before it happened. Federal prosecutors said the evidence they seized from Danny Druck’s home contained more than 20,000 images of minors having sexual contact, including images of infants and toddlers.

For some reason, Tina Church believed HaLeigh Cummings was connected to Druck’s home and was able to talk about a child porn raid at that residence before it happened. .

The conversation between Holmseth and Tina Church on October 4, 2016 became contentious when Holmseth confronted her about a false police report she filed to the East Grand Forks Police Department in 2011 that records Holmseth claimed to have the missing child HaLeigh Cummings in his Minnesota home.

CHURCH: As an investigative journalist as you claim to be shouldn’t you check out your facts, like, call me and say ‘Tina, have you ever been to Florida?’

HOLMSETH: You mean the Tina Church that called the police department and told them I had HaLeigh Cummings in my apartment. I’m supposed to call you on the phone? You are the most un-credulous person I have probably ever talked to.

CHURCH: That you had HaLeigh Cummings in your… [giggle] who in the hell ever told you that?

HOLMSETH: The police report that I’m looking at right now that you filed with the East Grand Forks Police Department.

CHURCH: Were they talking to me?

HOLMSETH: You called them.

CHURCH: I did or someone purporting to be me?

Tina Church told Holmseth the name of the person she claimed impersonated her.

The trail to CNN through Tina Church begins with that false police report made in 2011.

On July 26, 2011 the East Grand Forks Police Department (EGFPD) received a report from “Tina Church” that the missing child HaLeigh Cummings, missing since February of 2009, might be at the home of a local journalist named Timothy Charles Holmseth.

“She also claims that Holmseth told her that he has HaLeigh Cummings in [his] apartment. What he actually said was “HaLeigh is alive and you wouldn’t believe who is in the apartment with me right now,” the Police Report said.
– Officer Michael Anderson / EGFPD / July 26, 2011

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EGF police dispatched officers to Holmseth’s home to investigate Tina Church’s claim but found him with only his two children.

Five years after making that police report – Tina Church now claims somebody impersonated her and vehemently insists she had no connection whatsoever to the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping investigation. However, audio message left on the answering machine of Chelsea Croslin reveal Tina Church called her very angry and threatened her – telling her she is ‘messing with the big dogs now’.

On October 20, 2016 Tina Church attempted to intimidate Holmseth.

CHURCH: Lood dude. You don’t know who my son is and I’m not going to tell you.

HOLMSETH: You’re always talking about your son.

CHURCH: Oh okay, alright.

HOLMSETH: The Department of Justice all this and that.

CHURCH: Oh no, no, not, no, no it’s a little better than that.

HOLMSETH: Am I supposed to be scared?

CHURCH: Uhhhh {laughing] let’s just say the FBI tried to recruit him and he turned them down.

HOLMSETH: Yeah that’s believable.

CHURCH: Huh

HOLMSETH: Sure

CHURCH: He would have taken a drastic cut in pay.

Tina Church omce telephoned Holmseth with a former death row inmate named Ernest Willis on the line in effort of scaring Holmseth.

On November 20, 2016 Holmseth contacted EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund to request a meeting regarding Church’s claim about the police report.

“I would like to arrange for a time to file a formal police report and Complaint with the EGFPD regarding Tina Church’s statement about who made police reports to the EGFPD regarding the missing child HaLeigh Cummings. I will submit as evidence a photo of the telephone receiver and audio of Tina Church giving two different stories about the police report – NEITHER matching the actual police report,” Holmseth said.

Evidence proves Church is lying about the police report, and is closely associated with CNN employees that are deeply embedded into a kidnapping operation. Police records show other CNN operatives made similar false police reports against Holmseth to the same police department.

Holmseth, an investigative journalist, has been the target of false police reports and death threats since 2009 because of information he acquired during recorded interviews he conducted with law enforcement’s suspects in the kidnapping. In 2009, Holmseth began assisting the FBI and was interviewed by agents in 2010. He provided agents information that could lead to photographs of the missing child including child rape pornography and close-ups of the little girls damaged private parts.

The photographs Holmseth learned about from eyewitnesses were the same type of photos found in Danny Druck child porn raid, which Tina Church knew about in advance.

Tina Church’s new claim of being impersonated in a phone call to police creates more evidence against her than she could possibly explain away.

Audio recordings of the 2011 telephone call Tina Church made to Holmseth, only minutes before she filed the false police report about the missing child, not only prove she was lying in her claim about Holmseth; but proves the false police report was planned in advance. Audio of the telephone call reveals Church and a CNN/HLN panelist named Levi Page, who was on a conference line, strategically planned to stage an event over the telephone to create a paper trail record against Holmseth.

Page is an extremely disturbed person.

In 2015, the EGFPD investigated a report filed by Holmseth that Page authored and published sexually explicit stories about Holmseth’s children – including a minor. The stories were accompanied by You Tube threat videos that warned Holmseth to remove all his websites from the internet or more stories would be published about his children.

The police investigation led to proof that in 2010, Page published a bio on the Web claiming to be a 34 year-old criminal investigator working missing children cases, when in fact, according to his college records at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee, he was only 20 years old when he created the bio and had no professional background whatsoever.

The 20 year-old nobody was eyeballs deep in child sex cases and working with CNN/HLN Nancy Grace, Jane Valez Mitchell, and Art Harris.

Levi, 34, says his eponymous show wouldn’t be what it is today without criminal profiler Pat Brown —also a BlogTalkRadio host—who helps get inside the mind of many of the criminals highlighted on his show. Former CNN reporter Art Harris, now freelance journalist, also assists in providing updates and details on cases.

It can be reasonably speculated that Page believes he can “get inside the mind of many of the criminals highlighted on his show” because he is in fact one of them.

Page’s bio included a photo of him posing with Nancy Grace.

Levi Page with Nancy Grace

Levi Page with Nancy Grace

Levi Page on HLN Jane Valez Mitchell

Levi Page on HLN Jane Valez Mitchell

Page telephoned Holmseth several times to threaten him and sounded like an escaped mental patient (listen to audios below). During the first audio Tina Church can be heard laughing at the end of the call saying “Levi just ripped his ass”.

Listen to call # 1
Listen to call # 2

Many question what a 62 year-old woman is doing being involved with obscene phone calls made by a 20 year-old law enforcement impersonator that is obsessed with sexually abused missing children.

Page’s bio said former CNN reporter Art Harris would be contributing reports to his show.

Nancy Grace and Art Harris

Nancy Grace and Art Harris

Church’s new claim that she was impersonated has placed a white hot spotlight on the files of the EGFPD and Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth. Records show there was an explosion of communications between law enforcement officers and agents of CNN immediately after Holmseth interviewed the kidnapping suspects in the spring of 2009.

Records show that in June, 2009, Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, EGFPD, began documenting out of state complaints made against Holmseth. Hajicek noted the complaints were civil in nature and no criminal charges were in order.

But that’s not what Hajicek was doing in private email.

Email communications between Hajicek and Harris were purged by Hajicek from the EGFPD police files. However, the emails later surfaced during a public records request by Holmseth from Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth. Interestingly, Hajicek cut out his side of the conversation before sending the emails to Attorney Widseth. 

The email thread shows Harris and Hajicek had been writing each other and discussing how they might possibly have Holmseth arrested. Harris wrote Hajicek and was fuming that FBI agents had just visited the office of Donna Wagoner, Xentel, Inc., in Florida regarding photographs of the missing child.

hajicek-and-harris-email

Harris is directly connected to Tina Church.

On May 4, 2011 Harris published an article regarding the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping that includes an interview with Tina Church.

“According to Tina Church, a private investigator who told us she’d volunteered briefly to help Chelsea get to the bottom of her legal troubles. said Chelsea never followed up. Fresh to the case, she told us she also offered to check rumors Haleigh had been spotted alive in Kentucky along with the credibility of purported photos of Haleigh strangers sent Misty in prison–that our FBI sources debunked and we exposed as a hoax.
– CNN Journalist Art Harris / Nancy Grace Show reporter / May 4, 2011

Harris then attempts to discredit Holmseth.

“[Tina Church] did however manage to entice one disreputable blogger (who requests donations) into spinning another bogus tale, a Haleigh case groupie dismissed by law enforcement officials as a prevaricator and a nuisance and who profiler Pat Brown describes as an online “terrorist,” paranoid and obsessed like a growing number on the internet fringe drawn to missing child cases. In an on going dispute with the mother of his six year old son, local police in Minnesota report numerous complaints for harrassment and defamation, despite an affadavit he filed with a local judge in a custody dispute claiming none,”
– CNN Journalist Art Harris / Nancy Grace Show reporter / May 4, 2011

Perhaps one of the most disturbing aspect of the CNN child sex ring comes in a statement from Kruger regarding photograph’s she saw of the missing child HaLeigh Cummings and information about the five year-old being taken to a sex club by her parents.

Wayanne Kruger

Wayanne Kruger

On November 19, 2016 Holmseth reported on Write Into Action bombshell information he learned from Kruger the day before.

  1. Ronald Cummings, the father of missing child HaLeigh Cummings, took his daughter HaLeigh to a sex club where the doors were closed and nobody was allowed in our out until late morning.
  1. Crystal Sheffield, HaLeigh’s mother, possessed photos of the little girl being held down (by someone’s hands), undressed, and screaming.
  1. Nearly every member of the legal team working for HaLeigh’s mother, Crystal Sheffield, was involved and snorting cocaine.
  1. John Regan, the fake pastor that identified himself as FBI and CIA to multiple witnesses took Wayanne Kruger to a sex only club where there were children and drugs.
  1. Rev. Richard Grund, the admitted Satanist that was interviewed by Orange County Sheriff’s Office regarding the murder of Caylee Anthony was involved.

Holmseth is waiting for a response from EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund.

VISIT WWW.WRITEINTOACTION.COM

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