Posts Tagged ‘Judge Karen Gievers’

‘Narcotics Task Force’ shown as lawless criminal death cult in several national cases

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 24, 2016, 12:55 P.M. CST

Write Into Action’s investigation into the use of extortion by law enforcement officers to coerce naïve youth into acting as drug informants has uncovered very disturbing evidence in the 2008 murder of Florida State University graduate Rachel Hoffman.

The emerging evidence is the result of a four year investigation involving several high profile cases in Florida, North Dakota, and Minnesota.


Rachel Hoffman

Rachel Hoffman

New evidence obtained by Write Into Action implicates the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) and a Leon County, Florida judge in a criminal conspiracy to silence Rachel Hoffman’s doctor who spoke out publically after her murder.

The Hoffman murder was featured on ABC’s 20/20 and Dateline NBC and resulted in Rachel’s Law that went into affect in 2009.

Write Into Action’s most recent discovery reveals the phenomenally brazen and criminal actionable measures secretly initiated by TPD and its affiliates to terrorize and threaten Hoffman’s doctor and family non-stop.


The new Hoffman case evidence was discovered during a separate investigation into the mysterious shooting of David Elliott, an unarmed man that was inexplicably shot six times by a University of North Dakota (UND) police officer in the emergency room parking lot of a Grand Forks, North Dakota hospital.

The North Dakota investigation revealed the UND rookie cop that shot Elliott was associated with members of a shadowy group of mercenaries claiming to be a ‘narcotics task force’.

The ‘narcotics task force’ concept is being exposed as a quasi-hoax; comprised of law enforcement officers and government officials operating a private criminal enterprise of transnational drug trafficking through North Dakota and Minnesota.

Write Into Action’s efforts to obtain 911 records and video from law enforcement in North Dakota has been continuously hindered by stall tactics and serious evidence integrity issues, which include a color police dash-cam video inexplicably changing to low quality black and white during the critical footage of the Elliott shooting.


Andrew Sadek

Andrew Sadek

The Rachel Hoffman murder was effectively mirrored in 2014 when the body of Andrew Sadek was found in the Red River near Breckenridge, Minnesota.

The Sadek case was a national headline story and widely covered by the media including 60 Minutes.

Sadek, 20, had been effectively extorted by law enforcement into acting as a drug informant for a multi-jurisdictional law enforcement task force. The young man was later found in the Red River with a bullet in his head and his back-pack weighted down with rocks.

The feckless investigation into the murder of Sadek has been a horrendous perpetual insult against the Sadek family who have endured published suggestions that the murder of their son could have possibly been a suicide.

Sadek’s violent murder has never been solved. In 2016, John and Tammy Sadek hired Tallahassee Attorney Lance Block to sue Richland County, North Dakota.

The Sadek family has requested the FBI take over the investigation.


Ever increasing evidence shows Universities in North Dakota are unsafe due to drug trafficking that involves rogue law enforcement officers cloaking their criminal activity and black operations with the deceptive phrase ‘narcotics task force’.

Write Into Action has contacted UND President Ed Schafer regarding public records requests that are not being responded to by the UNDPD.

UND President Ed Schafer

UND President Ed Schafer

Write Into Action has requested the Grand Forks police Department provide the name of a person that died of an alleged drug overdose on the same day the police shot Elliott – the GFPD has not released the name.

Write Into Action has requested and made a down payment on the frantic 911 call made by David Elliott shortly after police began chasing him. The call lasted 107 minutes and the public does not know what was said. Write Into Action requested the first seven minutes of the 911 call over three weeks ago and the request has not been filled.

Write Into Action will be releasing the new information on the Hoffman and other cases in the near future.


Threats by satanic Web cult to kidnap author’s unborn grandchild creating emergency for blackmailed Florida states attorney

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on August 24, 2015 at 5:55 P.M.

Timothy Charles Holmseth, investigative journalist, East Grand Forks, Minnesota, has submitted a Notice of Intent to file for federal injunctive relief against the State of Florida.

The notice was submitted to William Eddins, the chief prosecuting attorney of Florida’s 1st Circuit.

Holmseth decided to begin the legal process after a satanic cult involved in serial kidnappings across the country published videos and threats to kidnap his unborn grandchild.

Federal Court w Gavel

The satanic cult, which calls itself ‘ANONYMOUS’ in videos it uploads to You Tube, has issued demands that Holmseth remove all of his websites from the internet.

Holmseth captured key figures in the kidnapping ring on tape discussing a CD that contained naked photographs of the missing child HaLeigh Cummings. The kidnapping ring included government officials that were agents of Florida DCF, law enforcement, states attorney offices, licensed law offices, and other government entities.

Evidence indicates the cult is kidnapping and murdering children across the United States. One recent case the cult is involved in is the murder of Dylan Redwine, Colorado.

Holmseth further believes his Constitutional rights are under attack by the State of Florida because be uncovered a criminal enterprise comprised of government officials exposed in a series of article he published regarding a government-targeted boy named Alec Thomas Hash.

In November of 2014, Holmseth published an article entitled “Source: FDLE agents falsely arrested Georgia doctor to protect criminal enterprise – Florida law enforcement and mercenary types running ‘black ops’ against witnesses and children”

In the article, Holmseth revealed he possessed evidence from a Tallahassee pill mill that showed employees from the following agencies illegally obtained pills at the facility:

  • Chief Inspector General / Office of the Governor
  • Second Judicial Circuit of Florida
  • United States Attorney’s Office
  • Office of the State’s Attorney
  • Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office
  • Florida Highway Patrol
  • Tallahassee Police Department
  • Dept of Corrections
  • Dept of Agriculture
  • Florida Department of Law Enforcement
  • Florida Department of Health
  • Leon County Sheriff’s Office
  • Capital Police
  • Leon County Commission
  • Florida Department of Revenue
  • Republican Party of Florida
  • Florida House of Representatives
  • Dept of Energy
  • Dept Motor Vehicles

Holmseth will be providing all the evidence to the federal court in support of his request for injunctive relief.

Holmseth’s six page letter to States Attorney Eddins stated in part:

Based upon the aforementioned facts and circumstances:

The Office of the States Attorney, 1st Florida Judicial Circuit (hereby referred to as State of Florida), has an abundance of evidence that shows investigative journalist Timothy Charles Holmseth legally obtained evidence that child pornography of the missing child HaLeigh Cummings was created,  and subsequently distributed, by REDACTED, REDACTED, Florida.

The State of Florida possesses that evidence.

The State of Florida has an abundance of evidence and information that show government officials, law enforcement, government agents, and legal licensees, are entirely aware of the aforementioned state and federal crimes. 

The State of Florida has a legal and ethical obligation under all applicable rules, laws, and ethical standards, to investigate and prosecute the aforementioned crimes to the fullest extent of the law.

I am formally requesting the State of Florida take legal action against REDACTED, as well as any other co-conspirators that have committed violations of the law against me as described herein.


Facts, circumstances, and evidence clearly show that I am a perpetual crime victim; the State of Florida knows the crimes are occurring; and the State of Florida knows the identity of the perpetrators.

Facts, circumstances, and evidence indicate this involves interstate racketeering and conspiracy crimes and I am a racketeering (RICO) victim.

It is incumbent upon the State of Florida to immediately move in accordance with enforcement of its own prescribed laws regarding crimes occurring within its jurisdiction.

Facts, circumstances, and evidence indicate the State of Florida is violating the Constitutional rights and protections of Timothy Charles Holmseth.

YOU ARE HEREBY ADVISED: If the State of Florida does not IMMEDIATELY act in accordance with State law and Constitutional law, I, Timothy Charles Holmseth, will petition the United States District Court – District of Minnesota; humbly request the Court refer me to Federal Pro Se Project for an attorney; and proceed with a request for all available relief against the State of Florida.


Florida Governor Ricks Scott’s nemesis investigating published claims regarding FDLE black operations

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

Florida Governor Rick Scott’s long-time nemesis, Tallahassee attorney Steven Andrews, has been investigating critical facts and circumstances regarding highly sensitive Florida cases – including the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping and mysterious death of Caylee Anthony.

Attorney Andrews recently revealed the existence of his broad fact-finding probe in a letter from his law office to a media contact.

The decision to release the information about the fact-finding mission appears to have been sparked by what Andrews described as “extortion” against his client, Dr. Mark Hash. The extortion included a written admission by Hash’s former lawyer, David F. Chester, Tallahassee, to an ex parte meeting with a Leon County Judge.

On October 29, 2014, Attorney Chester emailed Dr. Hash and told him, “Pack your toothbrush”.

Chester then proceeded to threaten Hash. “I wanted to let you know that I am currently getting dressed to pay a visit to Judge Gievers this afternoon, and I’m bringing her a gift,” Chester said, adding he was going to show Gievers something that had been “handwritten” by Hash.

Chester’s threat was based upon Hash’s refusal to give him nearly a million dollars, which Chester claims Hash owes him in attorney’s fees; but for which there is no billing statements.

Hash has also received demands for money from William Staubs, a private investigator that once conducted a high profile search for the missing child HaLeigh Cummings. Staubs once worked contractually for Hash, and then subsequently, threatened to send private information about Hash to the Court if Hash didn’t give him a large amount of money.

Staubs has boasted to sitting down with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, and openly claims to telephoning judges at home.

Dr. Hash was a physician at First Impressions weigh loss clinic in Tallahassee, and was arrested by the FDLE on felony charges in 2009. The charges were later dropped due to lack of evidence.

Records show the weight loss clinic was a drug-hole for law enforcement and government officials, including the Florida governor’s chief inspector general, Melinda Miguel, who was allegedly obtaining prescription medication, which itself was being obtained by secretary level employees who were using Dr. Hash’s DEA license without his knowledge.

FDLE ‘black ops’ may ruin presidential aspirations for Rick Scott

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

Florida Governor Rick Scott knows the truth about what happened to the murdered Orlando toddler Caylee Anthony, and the missing child HaLeigh Cummings.

The Governor’s recent termination of FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey is an attempt to distance his office from the impending explosive scandal that now looms heavy on the horizon.

But it may be too late.

According to a South Florida insider, Scott’s office has ‘lost complete control’ of the situation and is ‘terrified’ because the hideous way little Caylee Anthony died, and the on-going cover-up of her murder, could ruin his chances for a possible VP spot on a Jeb Bush presidential ticket.

‘It’s hard to tell if Rick Scott plans on being a hero or a zero. If he plans on being a hero, he better do more than fire Bailey. He better resolve these cases. Jeb Bush is not going to want the Grim Reaper on the ballot with him,’ the source said.

Timothy Charles Holmseth has obtained information that the HaLeigh Cummings investigation was/is nothing more than a public relations campaign run by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and Putnam County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) to cover for a massive drug and human trafficking operation that involved law enforcement agents and high ranking government officials.

The trafficking, which included small children and child pornography, involved an FDLE operative named William Staubs – also known as ‘Cobra’.

As early as March of 2009, Detective Peggy Cone, lead investigator on the HaLeigh Task Force, admitted the real reason Ronald Cummings, HaLeigh’s father, had not yet been arrested in his daughter’s disappearance, was connected to surveillance video of people coming in and out of a drug location.

The drug location referenced by Cone was First Impressions weight loss clinic in Tallahassee. The surveillance video was of the door traffic at First Impressions, and was secretly captured by Cobra Staubs. The patrons of the clinic were illegally obtaining prescription medication from a front-desk secretary without ever seeing a doctor.

Records obtained by Holmseth show Gov. Scott’s chief inspector general, Melinda Miguel, was among the government employees illegally obtaining drugs at First Impressions. Records show the clinic was the go-to spot for government employees to obtain pills and was frequented by judges, politicians, law enforcement officers, and their spouses.

Staubs told Holmseth that Ronald Cummings had “notebooks” full of names of customers purchasing drugs that could be used for blackmail. Staubs said he personally met with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi; FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey; and boasted telephoning judges at home.

Staubs telephoned Holmseth shortly before he was to meet with Bondi and asked how much information Holmseth had acquired on a South Florida attorney. The attorney was a business partner with now convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein. Staubs appeared to be gathering information for the Governor’s office.

There are countless examples of Staubs un-fettered access to information.

On several occasions, Staubs telephoned Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) child protection specialist Bonnie Warner at her home, and the two openly discussed the HaLeigh Cummings case file. Holmseth has recordings of the telephone calls between Staubs and Warner.

Holmseth also has recordings of an official meeting attended by Staubs, Rothstein’s attorney associate, and a young mother that was a friend of Misty Croslin. The attorney is heard threatening to have “Bonnie Warner” take the young women’s child away from her if she doesn’t cooperate. The Rothstein attorney associate was a suspect in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping and had been questioned by law enforcement.

According to the South Florida insider, Gov. Scott and Attorney General Bondi are suddenly trying to distance the Governor’s office from the ‘black-ops’ being run by the FDLE.

‘They’re scared to death about what they did to Misty Croslin. Scott and Bondi both know Misty Croslin was set-up and sentenced to 25 years in prison. That was done to make it look like Misty killed HaLeigh. But HaLeigh wasn’t dead. Rick Scott knows that. That’s not presidential,’ the source said.

However – it may be a black-op run in 2009 that becomes the un-doing of Scott’s presidential ambitions.

In 2009 the FDLE arrested Dr. Mark Hash, a physician that worked part-time at First Impressions. Dr. Hash was charged with dispensing prescription medication without medical necessity. The felony charges were subsequently dropped for complete lack of evidence, and Dr. Hash filed a lawsuit against the FDLE for false arrest.

The State of Florida then began to pursue physical custody of Dr. Hash’s teenage son, Alec Thomas Hash, via a ‘black op’.

According to a December 31, 2014 motion filed to the Leon County Court by high profile attorney Steven Andrews, Leon County Judge Karen Gievers has been presiding over an illegal “star chamber” that is violating the constitutional rights of Alec Hash.

The timeline of events show Gievers and the FDLE are working in concert; the tandem acts include an un-constitutional pick-up order issued by Gievers for Alec Hash’s arrest, which the FDLE used to justify classifying Alec Hash as a missing person.

‘Alec Hash may have witnessed something – that’s why they need to get him,’ the source said.

Public records show FDLE attorney James Martin was counsel for the FDLE after Alec Hash had been classified as ‘Missing and Endangered’ despite the fact Alec Hash was not really missing. After the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children contacted the FDLE and instructed the agency to cease publication of the ‘missing person’ poster, the FDLE, under Martin, continued to publish the poster while an operative used Facebook in a desperate effort to lure Alec Hash back into Florida.

In the summer of 2014 Alec Hash retained Andrews, but Gievers struck Attorney Andrews’ notice of appearance, which essentially means Alec Hash can only be represented by Attorney Michael Dolce, who Alec Hash had long since terminated in writing because Dolce was working against his interests.

After Andrews filed an appeal regarding Gievers’ ruling, Dolce filed a motion to Gievers’ court requesting Andrews be found in contempt of court. According to Andrews’ court motion, the “star chamber” is being used to prevent Alec Hash from having a lawyer, which violates his due process rights.

The Florida First District Court of Appeals is presently reviewing, what is essentially, ‘star chamber’ activities, and a decision could come any time.