by Timothy Charles Holmseth on August 6, 2017, 11:16 A.M. CST
Is the State of Minnesota’s judiciary and Guardian Ad Litem program aiding, abetting, and assisting the international CIA child trafficking operation known as “The Finders’?
It’s time to ask.
Evidence contained in a 214 page filing submitted to the 9th Minnesota District Court shows law enforcement and judicial officers in the State are assisting in a child sex trafficking operation that resembles a CIA operation exposed in 1987 know as ‘The Finders’. The Finders was a child abduction and international sex trafficking operation that was the‘Pedogate’ of the eighties.
On February 7, 1987 Washington Post reported, “Authorities investigating the alleged abuse of six children found with two men in a Tallahassee, Fla., park discovered materials yesterday in the Washington area that they say points to a 1960s-style commune called the Finders, described in a court document as a “cult” that allegedly conducted “brainwashing” and used children “in rituals.””
On July 24, 2017 Timothy Charles Holmseth filed documents with the Minnesota court that show police and prosecutors in Polk County, Minnesota criminally conspired in secret with a private organization called Specialized Investigative Consultants Inc. against him, because he was assisting the Minneapolis and Florida FBI during an investigation into a child kidnapping that involved kiddy rape porn.
Tina Church, president, Specialized Investigative Consultants Inc. claims close contacts to the U.S. military through her son who she said was a “Lt. Colonel in the United States Air Force”.
Holmseth’s Affidavit details very specific information he received from Wayanne Kruger, the victim’s advocate for Crystal Sheffield whose five year-old daughter, HaLeigh Cummings, mysteriously vanished in 2009. Kruger provided Holmseth the names and operating methods of an infant sales operation run in part through Florida DCF that sold babies internationally. The group used a man that dressed as a pastor and identified himself as “CIA” and “FBI”.
Tina Church secretly interjected her operatives into the HaLeigh Cummings case by covertly contacting law enforcement’s witnesses and claiming they could locate HaLeigh and help get law enforcement’s “key” to the case, Misty Croslin, out of prison.
Since learning of the Motion filed by Holmseth, Church claims she has spoken in private with Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth, East Grand Forks City Attorney Ronald Galstad, and Assistant Chief Judge Tamara Yon.
Church said she has put Ronald Galstad, Galstad Jensen and McCann, the private attorney that contracts for the City of East Grand Forks on notice that if he does not involuntarily commit me (Timothy Holmseth) into a mental institution that her attorney from Chicago is going to sue East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Church told Holmseth the judge has the authority to lock him up in a psyche ward.
Privately communicating with a judge is almost always considered illegal Ex Parte communication.
William Staubs, Case Closed Inc., who was a primary focus of the FBI during Holmseth’s interviews in 2010 and an associate of Tina Church, told Holmseth he would telephone judges at home in Florida.
Levi Page, Tennessee, an agent and associate of Tina Church has also repeatedly telephoned Holmseth and parroted Church’s threats about locking Holmseth up against his will in a psyche ward.
On August 5, 2017, Page telephoned Holmseth regarding the murder of Dylan Redwine, whose father Mark Redwine, presently faces murder charges in Colorado. During the call, Page made the untrue and utterly bizarre accusation that Holmseth told somebody that he (Page) planted evidence in the Dylan Redwine murder investigation. “I am going to make sure that you’re in jail or that you’re put on a psychiatric hold and you probably have another psyche eval coming up. Have a great day psycho. Have an excellent day psycho. Bye,” Page said.
Page’s incessant involvement in missing person cases appears to reveal he is a bit player in larger operation. In 2010, Levi Page published a bio for his new radio program about missing children where he stated he was a 34 year-old “Criminal Investigator”. In 2015, a police report made against Page for publishing sex stories about Holmseth’s minor children revealed he was only 20 years-old in 2010 and had no professional background of any kind.
In 2011, Tina Church telephoned the police in East Grand Forks and said “Tim Holmseth” claimed to have a kidnapped child in his home. Church later claimed the false police report was made by a woman from Florida who impersonated Church along with Levi Page on a third telephone line.
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