Old men are shooting at helicopters, aircraft, and mail trucks – identity of Task Force agents consistently withheld
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on October 13, 2017, 9:56 P.M. CST
There is an emerging pattern that should cause residents of the Minnesota and North Dakota much concern.
The Grand Forks Herald reported today that Chad Lynndell Olson, 51, a Polk County man, has been charged with second-degree attempted murder for shooting at an airplane flying over his property last week, according to court documents.
Olson was charged Thursday in Polk County District Court for allegedly shooting a Cessna small aircraft with a high-powered rifle from his property on Highway 32 northeast of the Fertile airfield on Oct. 6.
According to the Herald, on October 7 an “area pilot” who was not named, told a Polk County deputy someone shot at his plane. On October 9 an investigator interviewed a man, also not named, who told deputies Olson claimed he shot at aircraft on three other occasions.
But this is not an isolated incident in Polk County, Minnesota.
In August of 2016, Carstie Clausen, Clearbrook, Minnesota man was charged with shooting at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol helicopter that was flying over his property – injuring a Polk County Deputy that was in the aircraft.
According to court documents, a U.S. Border Patrol pilot was flying over Clearwater County, searching for marijuana growing operations. A Polk County Deputy was riding along as an observer, Valley News Live reported.
Wow – those Polk County deputies like flying real low over people’s houses (even in other counties) don’t they?
Clausen was arrested on his property shortly after the incident. The deputy, who has not been named because he’s part of a drug task force, was treated and released from the hospital, new teams reported.
But it gets stranger.
On March 20, 2017 the Herald reported ‘Man dead after firing at mail carrier, deputy in Polk County’.
A report on the March 20, 2017, shooting death of 73-year-old Clarence Duane Huderle obtained from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension shows the unidentified Border Patrol agent is a member of the Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force. The Polk County Attorney’s Office ruled the shooting was justified, the Pioneer said.
The following was reported by the Crookston Times.
In addition to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Crookston Police Department and Minnesota State Patrol, other agencies that responded to the scene Monday included the U.S. Border Patrol, Thief River Falls, East Grand Forks and White Earth police departments, Pine-to-Prairie Drug Task Force, Norman County Sheriff’s Office, Marshall County Sheriff’s Office, Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Office, Warren Ambulance, East Grand Forks Fire and Rescue, and the Grand Forks Regional SWAT team, which sent an armored vehicle as well as a large “special operations” truck.
Holy Shit! – did they forget to activate the Minnesota National Guard –after all they were dealing with a 73 old man.
On August 30, 2017 the West Fargo Pioneer reported ‘Polk County Attorney’s Office rules officer shooting of Minnesota man justified, report says’.
ANALYSIS: The hopelessly incompetent and corrupt Luciferian perverts at the Polk County Attorney’s Office can blow a ton of the taxpayer’s money to get accused child rapist George Robert Lyons (who publically claims he’s engaged to Grand Forks County State’s Attorney Jodi Bass) right up to the day of trial – but then the trial is ‘cancelled’ at the last minute (as I predicted – because Lyons is blackmailing the pedophiles – he knows who attends the rituals).
Simultaneously – pedophile-protector Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth spends even more taxpayer money with pursuing cases of old men being harassed by aircraft and/or shot and killed (murdered) by unknown ‘task force agents’.