Florida Attorney General submits missing child evidence to DCF Inspector General and FDLE

Possible connection to Lonzie Barton kidnapping reported

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on September 29, 2015 at 9:38 A.M.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has sent evidence submitted to her office by Timothy Charles Holmseth, to the Florida Department of Children and Families – Office of the Inspector General and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).

On September 21, 2015, Bondi’s office contacted Inspector General Keith Parks and the FDLE. “The Florida Attorney General’s Office received the attached correspondence from Timothy Holmseth in Minnesota, alleging that he has criminal information about a missing child/child abuse case,” said Becky Kring, deputy director, Office of Citizen Services.

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On September 28, Bondi’s office contacted Timothy Holmseth.

“The issues you reported fall within the jurisdiction of Circuit Administration.  As a result, your correspondence was forwarded to Interim Northeast Regional Managing Director Patricia Medlock for review and response to this office by October 16, 2015,” said Anissa F. Pitti, Office of Inspector General.

Timothy Holmseth has submitted audio evidence to Florida law enforcement that captures a DCF social worker on tape discussing a CD she received in a gas station parking lot several months after missing child HaLeigh Cummings was reported vanished.

According to an employee of a South Florida law office, the CD contained secret naked photographs of HaLeigh Cummings that the social worker, Bonnie Warner, openly admits on the tape, she could not show to her supervisor.

The evidence shows there was a secret operation occurring within an underground of government and law enforcement officials that involved pornographic photographs.

Other evidence submitted is a sworn affidavit from an Illinois resident that says she was contacted by the same law firm; given the contact information for a DCF worker named Annette Pitts, and then asked to file (fraudulent) DCF complaints against Ronald Cummings and Misty Croslin. Timothy Holmseth possesses all the emails and AT&T records between the Illinois resident and the South Florida law office.

Timothy Holmseth has also provided transcriptions to Inspector Parks and FDLE Attorney James Martin of audio interviews he conducted in 2009 that might provide clues to law enforcement regarding the disappearance of Lonzie Barton in Jacksonville.

Holmseth conducted interviews with a member the same aforementioned law office that seemed suspicious, because the person nervously brought up DCF; HaLeigh Cummings’ mother and grandmother; the missing child Caylee Anthony; and a missing child organization operated by a person with the last name of “Barton”.

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