Minnesota BCA chief’s email is Exhibit A in formal complaint surrounding child pornography cover-up by Minnesota prosecutor

Posted: July 31, 2018 in Uncategorized
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By Timothy Charles Holmseth on July 30, 2018 at 1:57 P.M. CST

An email from Drew Evans, the superintendent of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) appears to show a prosecuting attorney in Polk County, Minnesota deliberately committed perjury to hide evidence of child pornography of a missing child.

Superintendent Drew Evans – Minnesota BCA

The case surrounds a court ordered search and seizure warrant obtained for the computer hard-drive of former award winning news reporter Timothy Charles Holmseth, which was carried out on December 14, 2012 by the Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force and East Grand Forks Police Department.

Holmseth, 50, East Grand Forks, was interviewed by the Minneapolis FBI in 2010 and featured on television after he stumbled upon evidence that an organized group had kidnapped a five year-old girl from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings and created child pornography of the child.

Evidence shows Holmseth’s discoveries upset people at vey high levels of the government and on December 14, 2014 he was raided by armed officers wearing bullet proof vests.

The search warrant was fabricated to make Holmseth look like a drug dealer so the police could get a hold of his computer.

Court transcripts show that on January 4, 2013 Ronald Galstad, the city attorney for East Grand Forks, Minnesota told Assistant Chief District Judge Tamara Yon the prosecution was working with the Minnesota BCA to conduct a forensic search of Holmseth’s hard-drive.

“I’ve just been notified that the BCA, before they’ll do a forensic search of that computer, wants either an Order of this court, or a search warrant that says they can – – we got the original search warrant, but for whatever reason the BCA wants something that says that they can actually search that hard-drive. So I am going to be either, one, asking – – or requesting an additional warrant for forensic search of that computer hard-drive or the Court can make that Order as they see fit, but I’m going to be doing that,” Attorney Galstad told the court according to transcripts.

Galstad was lying.

According to Superintendent Drew Evans at the BCA the Minnesota crime lab had no knowledge whatsoever that a raid was being conducted on Holmseth and the BCA had never been asked to perform a forensic search.

There is no escaping the fact the police were impersonating a BCA investigation because much of Holmseth’s property was covered with BCA evidence stickers.

Holmseth communicated by email with Superintendent Drew Evans and Jill Oliveira, the public information officer.  “The BCA had no role in the investigation you describe and did not attach any tags to evidence in that case,” Oliveira said. “We were not requested to conduct a forensic examination of your computer,” Evans said.

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Polk County Sheriff’s Office records show Sgt. Michael Norland was asked to search Holmseth’s computer in April, 2013.  “I looked through the computer and did not find anything that would show illegal activity on the computer,” Norland said.

Holmseth eventually learned the police had been told by operatives of an Indiana corporation called Specialized Investigative Consultants Inc to look for the child porn of HaLeigh Cummings on Holmseth’s computer – erroneously believing he been sent copies.

EGFPD records show Tina Church, Specialized Investigative Consultants, called in a false police report about Holmseth on July 26, 2011. Church told police Holmseth had just told her he had “HaLeigh Cummings” in his home.

Records and the fact pattern show Specialized Investigative Consultants, EGFPD, the Pine to Prairie task force, and Galstad were developing a frame up of Holmseth that would rival the case of Steven Avery in the Netflix documentary ‘Making a Murderer’.

Holmseth was coerced into withdrawing his BAR complaint against Galstad before his property was returned by court order on April 26, 2013. When returned the hard-drive had been rendered inoperable by the police, which marooned Holmseth’s investigative files for years.

In 2017, Holmseth recovered his audio interviews that revealed the details of an international child sex trafficking operation by individuals that said they were with the FBI and CIA. Holmseth submitted the files to the Polk County Court and on December 13, 2017 Judge Tamara Yon granted Holmseth’s Motion to Vacate and described the audio as “significant evidence”.

Holmseth was arrested by the EGFPD in February of 2018 for alleging publishing the court files which, according to Galstad, violates a restraining order issued against Holmseth in Broward County, Florida by a person he never met.

Attorney Steven S. Biss, a trial attorney that represents Holmseth in a multi-million dollar federal defamation lawsuit filed in Virginia said the Broward Court had no personal jurisdiction over Holmseth, a Minnesota resident, and the order violates the First Amendment.

Holmseth’s 33 page complaint with exhibits was filed today to Attorney Kip Fontaine and Minnesota Chief Public Defender Kristine Kolar.

Holmseth asserts his public defender, Gretchen Handy, Handy Law Group, is violating Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct by not reporting Galstad to the proper authorities.

Learn more about this case at www.writeintoaction.com

 

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Comments
  1. Jane Doe says:

    Levi Page: You’re making things worse with the phone calls to Tim and others.

  2. Jane Doe says:

    @Levi_Page / @CrimeScandalPod: Congratulations on being in the spotlight!

    @Kim_Picazio: Why did you delete your @Medusa_thegreat account?

    @Murtwitnessone: Anyone can be found.

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