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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.

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By Timothy Charles Holmseth on July 17, 2018 at 1:12 P.M. CST

An organized transnational crime syndicate that traffics children across national land borders and overseas on international flights has been linked to Polk County, Minnesota.

Key evidence comes from Drew Evans, superintendant, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) – the agency that operates the State’s forensic crime lab.

Drew Evans, Superintendant of BCA

The crime syndicate involves Ronald Galstad, the attorney for the City of East Grand Forks and Sgt. Aeisso Schrage, an officer for the East Grand Forks Police who is also the commander of the Minnesota Pine to Prairie Task Force.

EARLY DAYS

The fact something was amiss initially became visible in 2013 when the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) flatly rejected a claim by East Grand Forks City Attorney Ronald Galstad that the BCA was assisting the police with an operation to search the computer of a  journalist and FBI witness from East Grand Forks named Timothy Holmseth.

EGF City Attorney Ron Galstad

Galstad is an attorney with Galstad Jensen and McCann and contracts with the City of EGF to prosecute crimes alleged by the local police.

Galstad falsely claimed an association with the BCA during a court hearing on January 4, 2013 at the courthouse in Polk County. Galstad told Assistant Chief District Judge Tamara Yon he and the police were working with the BCA regarding  Holmseth’s computer which had been seized by the Pine to Prairie Task Force on December 14, 2012.

Holmseth was/is a local journalist that had conducted hours of interviews with key figures in a national profile kidnapping case involving  a missing five year-old from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings who vanished in 2009. Holmseth was interviewed by the Minneapolis FBI on several occasions and deemed a credible witness.

However – emails from 2009 show Lt. Rodney Hajicek, the ranking officer at the EGFPD, was secretly communicating with a CNN journalist named Art Harris regarding Holmseth. Emails from Hajicek’s private Gmail account show the two men were discussing how Holmseth could be “stopped” after they learned the FBI in Florida was using information Holmseth obtained and turned over to the feds.

Holmseth had been told, during telephonic interview, the minute details of an international child sex trafficking and baby sales operation that was staging out of Broward County, Florida. He was also told that a lawyer from Florida possessed child rape porn of HaLeigh Cummings.

Records show Galstad and the EGFPD obtained a search and seizure warrant from Minnesota District Judge Jeff Remick for Holmseth’s computer – but the warrant made no mention of the child porn. Rather, it was drafted to make Holmseth appear to be a drug dealer.

On January 4, 2013, Galstad told Judge Yon the police were coordinating with the BCA to have a forensic search done of the computer which already been in police custody for several weeks.

“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,” court transcripts reveal.

Galstad was lying to the Judge.

And the proof he was lying comes from the superintendent of the BCA.

Drew Evans, superintendent, BCA, said the BCA played no role in the operation and knew nothing about it. “Mr. Holmseth – we were not asked to conduct a forensic examination of your computer,” Evans said in a 2013 email.

However, the Pine to Prairie Task Force commander, Sgt. Aeisso Schrage, had attached MDPS/BCA stickers to evidence seized from Holmseth.

Jill Oliveira, the public information officer for the MNDPS/BCA said, “The BCA had no role in the investigation you describe and did not attach any tags to evidence in that case”.

 

 

Galstad never carried through on requesting a second warrant for the BCA as he claimed he was going to do.

But – there was significant activity surrounding the computer.

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

EGFPD Chief Michael Hedlund would eventually be asked for chain of custody records regarding Holmseth’s property. Hedlund admitted in a letter to Holmseth that no chain of custody documentation was kept.

Holmseth’s computer was ordered returned in April of 2013 but the police had rendered it inoperable – thus marooning all of Holmseth’s investigative files.

CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING – THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS

Evidence shows the police seized Holmseth’s computer because they were looking for the pornography of HaLeigh Cummings, which they believed had been sent to Holmseth. It was a gamble they lost that exposed their motive to cover-up an entire child sex trafficking operation.

The warrant signed by Judge Remick made no mention of child pornography, rather, created the appearance Holmseth was a drug dealer.

Information about the child porn was not included in the application for the warrant because Sgt. Schrage and Galstad did not want to reveal the identity of their source – because the source was the trafficker(s) that kidnapped, raped, and trafficked the little girl.

The conspirators were all connected to an Indiana corporation called Specialized Investigative Consultants Inc. Evidence shows members of the operation were in regular and secret back channel communications with Galstad and the EGFPD from 2009 through 2018.

MAKING A MURDERER

The plan was cynical and was intended to frame Holmseth for kidnapping, rape, production of child porn, and murder.

In 2011, Tina Church, president, Specialized Investigative Consultants, telephoned the EGFPD  and falsely reported that Holmseth claimed to have the missing child HaLeigh Cummings in his home. Police, including Sgt. Schrage, went to Holmseth’s home to search for the child and then filed a report.

Sgt. Schrage and other EGFPD officers subsequently filed police reports based upon alleged anonymous calls to the police reporting a strong smell of marijuana coming from Holmseth’s apartment door, which generated police reports that made Holmseth appear to be involved with drugs.

During this same time window Holmseth was accused of allowing child sex abuse in his home. Records from Grand Forks County Social Services ultimately revealed that not only was there no abuse – Holmseth and his children received a 100% perfect score for no signs of abuse. The case was closed with the signatures of a nine person child protection team that includes CPS, psychologist, doctor, police, sheriff.

Building on the false police and CPS reports… in 2011, a person that had been identified by a legal assistant in Florida as possessing child pornography of HaLeigh Cummings, petitioned a Broward County domestic violence  court for an Injunction For Protection Against Repeat Violence against Holmseth. ‘Repeat Violence’ is a Florida dating law that did not apply to Holmseth because he had no relationship with Petitioner and had not been to Florida.

However – Judge Michael Kaplan in Broward County, Florida granted the Order in Holmseth’s absence which made it illegal for Holmseth to publish information and select names regarding what he learned about the missing child and an international trafficking operation.

Wayanne Kruger, a child victims advocate that traveled from Arizona to assist the mother of HaLeigh Cummings, told Holmseth during recorded interviews she was working with the Florida law office that allegedly possessed the child porn.

Kruger, who was the client and protégé of Attorney Gloria Allred, provided Holmseth names, dates, methods, and tactics of a vast child trafficking and baby sales operation that moved children through the U.S. Embassy in New York and across the border into Mexican and Central America.

Victims Advocate and Author Wayanne Kruger (right) with Crystal Sheffield, mother, missing child HaLeigh Cummings

The operation involved operatives that dressed as clergy and identified themselves and CIA and FBI.

Kruger has been featured in People magazine, Washington Times, and other publications for her relationship with Allred and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Kruger told Holmseth HaLeigh Cummings had been raped and was “hemorrhaging”.

HOLMSETH ARRESTED IN 2018

In 2017, Holmseth located back-up files of his interviews with all the members of trafficking operation including an attorney from Florida, Kruger, and Church.

In July, 2017 Holmseth submitted the damning audio evidence of child sex trafficking he recovered, in support of a Motion To Vacate he filed with the Minnesota court in Polk County. Judge Yon classified the audio as “significant evidence” from Holmseth’s “investigations” and ruled in his favor.

 

On February 19, 2018 the police in East Grand Forks arrested Holmseth for violating the Florida court order after Holmseth allegedly published the court records on the Web using You Tube.

Galstad is the prosecutor.

The person named as possessing child porn of HaLeigh Cummings is the ‘victim’.

Holmseth is presently represented by public defender Gretchen Handy, Handy Law Group.

Holmseth is also presently the plaintiff in a federal lawsuit he filed through his trial attorney Steven S. Biss in Virginia.

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by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 15, 2018 at 7:26 P.M. CST

Evidence showing child pornography was created of a missing and endangered child is floating around the judicial community in Polk County, Minnesota.

But nobody, from judges, to cops, to lawyers, wants to turn the evidence over to the appropriate authorities.

The evidence involves a fellow attorney.

And they don’t want the American public to know about it either.

On February 19, 2018 Timothy Charles Holmseth (this writer) was arrested for (allegedly) publishing public court records and audio files that reveal child pornography was created of a missing and endangered five year-old child from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings.

Today – some of the evidence was delivered to Attorney Gretchen Handy, Handy Law Group, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

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Timothy Charles Holmseth
320 17th Street N.W.
Unit #17
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In Re: Child Pornography of Missing and Endangered Child HaLeigh Cummings

May 15, 2018

Attorney Gretchen Handy
Handy Law Group PLLC
4050 Garden View Drive, Suite 100
Grand Forks, ND 58201
701.780.1286

Attorney Handy,

You are my attorney.

Ronald Galstad, Galstad Jensen & McCann, is the attorney that contracts for the City of East Grand Forks, Minnesota to prosecute charges brought by the East Grand Forks Police Department.

Attorney Galstad is prosecuting me based on the allegation that I uploaded court files to the Web. Attorney Galstad alleges I violated an Injunction issued by a Broward County domestic violence court in 2011 that forbid publication regarding the Petitioner, an * * * from Florida named * * * * * *.

Discovery from the EGFPD shows the police officer refers to a folder uploaded to a GOOGLE DRIVE that contained sub folders and files. The mother folder is entitled MAGA MINNESOTA COURT CIA FBI CHILD SEX.

Inside the mother folder is a sub-folder called ‘Polk County Audio D. Knop Naked Photos of HaLeigh mp3’ where you will hear me speak to Donald Knop, an employed legal assistant of * * * * * * Law Office.

As you know, * * * * * * is the * * * * * in the Broward County Order and the person that called the police and demanded I be arrested.

In the aforementioned audio file (which I have attached), you will hear Donald Knop tell me he received naked photos of five year-old HaLeigh Cummings that featured her vagina. He told me the pictures of HaLeigh were being kept in some unknown location by a man named Jeremiah Regan. Knop told me his employer, * * *  * * * * * * held the naked photos of HaLeigh; handed them back; and then instructed him to put the photos of a CD.

I knew from previous conversations with Donald Knop that HaLeigh’s vagina was photographed in a damaged condition consistent with sexual assault. Knop said the photos were placed on a CD and passed to somebody in a gas station parking lot.

I know the photos were never given to law enforcement.

I am attaching a missing person poster published by the FBI wherein the FBI says, “If you have any information concerning this person please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American embassy or consulate”.

As you know, I am forbidden from calling the FBI because the Broward Court Order says “the respondent shall not make any direct or indirect reference about the petitioner on the internet or by use of electronic communication”.

Respectfully yours,
Timothy Charles Holmseth

Attached: Audio File No. 2, FBI Poster / HaLeigh Cummings (2 files)

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According to an Ivy League attorney (whose name will soon be known) the Broward Court Order is “unconstitutional”.  “Tim, it’s so broad it would prohibit you from talking to me,” the attorney said.

The files in possession of the EGFPD contain extensive information regarding an international child sex trafficking network involving rogue FBI and CIA agents that allegedly move children and infants through the U.S. Embassy using fake medical records and church dossiers.

Robert David Steele, a retired CIA intelligence officer who now serves as chief counsel for the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse, spoke this week with University of Minnesota professor Sarah Westall.

“I’d like to take some witnesses on the degree to which the FBI and the 18,000 jurisdictions across America, including the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, which has a pedophilia symbol on its badge; including perhaps Polk County in Minnesota and Broward County in Florida. I’d like to make them the poster children for how pedophilia is off limits and actively protected by these so-called public institutions. I think that’s a story that needs to be told,” Steele said.

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by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 18, 2018 at 8:43 A.M. CST

Did a judicial officer illegally steal a baby from a young mother that was a witness in a national profile kidnapping case, in effort to coerce the young woman into making a false statement to detectives about an innocent person?

Timothy Charles Holmseth, East Grand Forks, an investigative journalists and author, says that is exactly what happened to a girl named Kristina Renee Prevatt.

Holmseth says he has audio proof that is the Polk County, Minnesota court files classified as “evidence” by a judge.

Prevatt was questioned by law enforcement in Putnam County, Florida in 2009 regarding knowledge they believed she had about the kidnapping of HaLeigh Cummings, 5.

According to Holmseth, a group connected to the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping case targeted Prevatt and tried to make her lie about a girl named Misty Croslin. Holmseth says the group stole Prevatt’s baby in hopes of soliciting a false statement.

The truth is on audio file at the Polk County Courthouse in Minnesota – and the public will soon know. Holmseth says the misconduct was captured on tape by the group that actually recorded the event themselves.

Gretchen Handy, the attorney representing Timothy Holmseth is going to be reviewing evidence in the case. Handy said she cannot comment further on the evidence until she’s had “an opportunity to research it further.”

Attorney Gretchen Handy

On February 19, 2018 Holmseth was arrested in the middle of the night by the East Grand Fork Police Department for allegedly publishing the court files, which are public record.

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by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 10, 2018 at 11:24 A.M. CST

The announcement of felony charges against Betty Jo Krenz, Woodworth, North Dakota for operating an adoption scam involving the baby of murder victim Savanna Greywind, is casting light on allegations against an attorney from East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Ronald Galstad, an attorney with Galstad, Jensen, & McCann, contracts with the City of EGF to prosecute crimes on behalf of local police in district court; but may have now found himself on the other side of the law.

Ronald Galstad

Timothy Charles Holmseth reported yesterday that allegations of attorney misconduct, and failing to report misconduct by another attorney, are being drafted against Galstad for failing to report his knowledge of an adoption scam involving a fellow attorney.

The complaint will be filed with the Minnesota Lawyer Professional Responsibility Board (OLPR).

The claims are extremely serious and mimick the Greywind murder/kidnapping case.

In addition to evidence showing Galstad covered up the illegal transfer of a child, Holmseth alleges Galstad possesses knowledge of court evidence and exhibits regarding industrial-level child trafficking and distribution of child pornography.

BAR violations may be only the beginning of Galstad’s legal troubles because of federal conspiracy laws.

On February 19, 2018, the East Grand Forks Police Department arrested Holmseth for allegedly publishing court records and audio files through a link below a You Tube video.

The files made available to the public on You Tube were/are public records with the 9th Minnesota District Court, and were instrumental in Holmseth obtaining a favorable ruling from Honorable Tamara Yon in December, 2017.

“Mr. Holmseth has presented a significant amount of evidence regarding his investigations. Both Parties and this Court acknowledge and agree that any order in this case which may prohibit or restrict Mr. Holmseth from conducting said investigations are hereby VACATED”

The Honorable Tamara Yon

– Judge Tamara Yon / December 13, 2017

Timothy Holmseth asserts audio evidence from a Minnesota court case in Polk County, Minnesota implicates Attorney Ronald Galstad for violating rules of the Minnesota BAR Association.
Above: Discs published by William K. Murtaugh, at http://www.murtwitnessonelive.com. Murtaugh obtained the discs from Polk County Court Administration.

Galstad asserts Holmseth, who has never been to Florida, is in violation of a ‘Repeat Violence’ court order issued in a domestic violence court in Broward County, Florida by a person he never met.

Holmseth, a former award-winning news reporter, originally obtained the audio evidence from an employee of a Florida law office during his (Holmseth’s) journalistic investigation into the kidnapping of a missing child from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings.

The audio files include recordings that literally capture a group ‘in the act’ of threatening and coercing a young single mother from Florida, Kristina Renee Prevatt; a witness in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping case; to surrender her baby. The meeting captured on tape features Prevatt cornered by three members of the Florida legal community and without a lawyer.

The parallels between the Krenz/Savanna Greywind case and the Kristina Prevatt case show the methods were exactly the same in both cases.

“JB said she was not going to give up her daughter for adoption, but Krenz kept “pushing and pushing” and trying to “bully” her into it,” the Herald reported.

EYE WITNESS AND PARTICIPANT ADMITS THE CHILD WAS IMPROPERLY TAKEN FROM HER MOTHER

An affidavit by William E. Staubs, a private investigator from Broward County, Florida who was present when Prevatt was coerced into doing things against her will, reveals Prevatt and her baby were targeted because false testimony regarding the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping was being sought from Prevatt and her child was a pawn in the scheme.

Staubs said Prevatt became suicidal after her daughter was taken away from her forever.

Kidnapping, child trafficking, and child pornography are federal crimes generally investigated by the FBI. The Minneapolis FBI has jurisdiction over both Minnesota and North Dakota.

Holmseth’s detailed complaint against Galstad is being reviewed by several attorneys including Kip Fontaine, supervisor, Minnesota Public Defender’s Office.

All of the audio files have made available to Fontaine and other lawyers.

BAR RULES

  • RULE 8.3: REPORTING PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT (a) A lawyer who knows that another lawyer has committed a violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct that raises a substantial question as to that lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness as a lawyer in other respects, shall inform the appropriate professional authority.
  • RULE 8.4: MISCONDUCT It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to: (a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; (b) commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness as a lawyer in other respects; (c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation; (d) engage in conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice; (e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official or to achieve results by means that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law; (f) knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law;

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by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 28, 2017 at 11:31 P.M. CST

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