Internal Affairs complaint implicates Minnesota police department in child sex trafficking case – lawsuit planned
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 23, 2017, 9:51 A.M. CST
President Donald Trump’s telephone number was used to threaten a Minnesota journalist on Friday, April 21, 2017 by a caller that said they were “the Deep State”.
The victim, Timothy Charles Holmseth, says his local police department in East Grand Forks, Minnesota is conspiring with Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc. to threaten his family with such calls – all to cover up an international child sex trafficking operation. Tina Church, the president of Specialized Investigative Consultants claims her organization worked the Jonbenet Ramsey murder case.
Holmseth received the latest threat after he publically alleged the East Grand Forks Police Department (EGFPD) criminally conspired against him.
Holmseth, a former award winning news reporter, was warned by the caller to remove his websites or his law-abiding daughter would be falsely labeled a pedophile on the Web and he (Holmseth) would be institutionalized against his will for the rest of his life.
“Delete your website by Monday midnight or your daughter will be exposed as a child abuser pedophile. If you don’t comply … you’ll be forced into an institution to live a life of hell,” said a robotic sounding voice.
Holmseth has been repeatedly threatened over the phone from telephone numbers including those of Trump Organization, Clinton Global, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Florida Governor Rick Scott, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, CNN, and others.
The malicious fiction violates Minnesota state and federal extortion laws and is intended to terrorize Holmseth and his daughter whose record is so completely spotless she has not as much as a parking ticket.
Records at the EGFPD show Holmseth has been threatened and harassed for seven years and the police know who is doing it.
The renewed attacks against Holmseth’s family come in the direct wake of an Internal Affairs complaint Holmseth filed against Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, the ranking officer at the EGFPD.
INTERNAL AFFAIRS COMPLAINT AGAINST LT. DETECTIVE RODNEY HAJICEK
Holmseth submitted a recording of the latest threatening call, and a photograph of the phone receiver, to East Grand Forks Police Chief Michael Hedlund and Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth.
It was submitted as an Addendum to an existing Internal Affairs complaint against Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek.
Holmseth filed the formal complaint against Hajicek on April 18, 2017 after an Indiana private investigator, Tina Church, blew the whistle about her relationship with the East Grand Forks Police.
In October, 2016 Church telephoned Holmseth and revealed details of a bizarre plot against him that involved her own group, Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc.
The plot involved having operative of Specialized Investigative Consultants STAGE a POLICE REPORT to the East Grand Forks police and allege Holmseth claimed to have the missing child HaLeigh Cummings in his apartment.
That plan to file the false police report was carried out on July 26, 2011.
EGFPD records show the conspiracy involving Hajicek and Specialized Investigative Consultants actually began in 2009.
HALEIGH CUMMINGS AND CAYLEE ANTHONY – – – POLK COUNTY ATTORNEY AND EAST GRAND FORKS POLICE ENTER INTO A CONSPIRACY WITH SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS, INC
In the spring of 2009, Holmseth, an investigative journalist, conducted over a hundred hours of recorded interviews with key figures in the national profile cases of Casey Anthony and HaLeigh Cummings.
Holmseth contacted the Minneapolis FBI after learning very disturbing details about strange people at staged searches in Florida claiming to be agents of the FBI and CIA. One man, John Regan, Hastings, Florida dressed as a pastor and claimed to be an “undercover pedophile” for the FBI.
John Regan and his son, Jeremiah Regan, located HaLeigh’s toys, nebulizer, and a bloody glove, which the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office refused to accept into evidence because they believed it was planted.
Holmseth learned about photographs taken of HaLeigh and a CD that contained rape pornography of the five year-old.
Holmseth began assisting the FBI with information in 2009. He was formally interviewed for several hours in 2010 by a federal agent at the federal courthouse in Grand Forks, North Dakota. In January of 2011, Holmseth released his first book on the HaLeigh Cummings case.
EGFPD records show that as Holmseth began helping the FBI in 2009, Lt. Hajicek became deeply involved in a conspiracy to assist the very people the FBI was investigating.
Hajicek’s conspired with multiple members of Specialized Investigative Consultants and Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth. The plan was to shut down Holmseth’s publication and have him put in prison.
In July, 2009, Hajicek, the ranking officer at the police department, began using his private Gmail account to conspire against Holmseth with members of a group associated with Specialized Investigative Consultants.
Holmseth did not know about Hajicek’s secret emails until July 10, 2012 when he received 56 pages of documents through a public records request from Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth.
Holmseth had submitted multiple public records requests to EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund from 2009-2012 but Hajicek’s emails never came up in the searches.
SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS – ART HARRIS
The emails from 2009 reveal Hajicek was conspiring with former CNN journalist Art Harris who was Nancy Grace’s on-air correspondent on the HaLeigh Cummings case.
Harris was an operative of Specialized Investigative Consultants.
Although Harris and Nancy Grace portrayed Harris as a journalist on television, Florida BAR complaint records contain an Affidavit from a lawyer that reveals Harris was actually the paid ‘media consultant’ for the missing child’s mother’s (Crystal Sheffield) legal team.
An EGFPD police report authored by Lt. Hajicek shows Harris’ clients and associates began making unfounded complaints against Holmseth beginning on June 2, 2009. However, Harris’ name is never listed in a formal police incident report as a Complaintant – ever.
But, Harris’ contact with the EGFPD was heavy; ongoing; and he was seeking Holmseth’s arrest.
Private email dated July 10, 2009 between Lt. Hajicek and Harris reveals the two men were trying to find a way to have Holmseth arrested.
“I’m in shock, but just heard the FBI actually paid a visit to the Web design firm in Florida that donated their time to the website for the missing child. Based on [Timothy Holmseth’s] absurd accusations he’s now almost gotten a 23 year employee fired for sending the child’s photo on her company email to the pro bono web firm,” Harris said.
While Harris characterized the FBI’s activity as being based upon Holmseth’s “absurd accusations” – the truth is Holmseth sent the FBI actual emails that contained photographs of HaLeigh and showed the route of the email thread.
“He’s got to be stopped” Harris said.
In an email dated July 18, 2009, Harris asked Hajicek if they could arrest Holmseth. “What did your DA say?” Harris asked.
Harris’ reference to a DA was in regards to Polk County Attorney Widseth, which means Harris somehow knew Hajicek was communicating with Widseth about Holmseth.
The fact that Holmseth obtained the emails from Widseth proves Widseth knew everything and participated – if not simply through his years of silence.
The Hajicek/Harris emails do not contain Hajicek’s side of the conversation which means they were either cut out by Hajicek and/or Widseth; or some of the conversation was taking place privately over the telephone.
The emails between Hajicek and Harris show that as early as 2009, Minnesota law enforcement and a county attorney in Polk County, Minnesota were plotting with a group to arrest an investigative journalist that was assisting the FBI.
And it didn’t stop.
The conspiracy between the East Grand Forks Police and Specialized Investigative Consultants was alive and well in 2011 after Holmseth’s first book on the case was published and featured on television.
EGFPD records show that on April 6, 2011 Holmseth went to the police department and reported he was receiving harassing phone calls.
There was a reason.
On April 11, 2011 WDRB-41 in Louisville, Kentucky reported Mystery surrounds FBI raid of Okolona home.
Tina Church, the president of Specialized Investigative Consultants, knew about the child porn raid before it ever made the news.
Holmseth knew that Church knew; reported it; and was contacted for interviews by Florida news stations.
Hank Croslin and Chelsea Croslin, Florida, both told Holmseth they learned about the FBI child porn raid from their “private investigator” “Tina Church.” Hank and Chelsea Croslin said Church told them the FBI found HaLeigh but were waiting for DNA tests to confirm it was her.
On May 24, 2011 Holmseth made another report to the EGFPD about harassing and threatening telephone calls.
On May 25, 2011, Harris published “Haleigh Cummings Case Update” and reported he talked to “Tina Church” who had been contacting out of state police and investigating rumors HaLeigh Cummings had been spotted alive in Kentucky.
Harris then wrote:
“[Tina Church] did however manage to entice one disreputable blogger (who requests donations) into spinning another bogus tale, a Haleigh case groupie dismissed by law enforcement officials as a prevaricator and a nuisance and who profiler Pat Brown describes as an online “terrorist,” paranoid and obsessed like a growing number on the internet fringe drawn to missing child cases. In an on going dispute with the mother of his six year old son, local police in Minnesota report numerous complaints for harassment and defamation, despite an affidavit he filed with a local judge in a custody dispute claiming none.”
The HaLeigh Cummings update by Harris cited Church, Minnesota police, and mentioned Holmseth’s six year-old son.
At this time it was decided by the conspirators that Holmseth had to be framed.
On July 26, 2011 Church and Levi Page, Tennessee, telephoned Holmseth at his home in East Grand Forks, Minnesota to lay the groundwork for a false police report that would place HaLeigh Cummings in his home.
SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS – LEVI PAGE and ART HARRIS
In 2010, Levi Page, who was 20 years-old, introduced his new Blog Talk Radio program in a bio that said, “Featured Host: Criminal Investigator Levi Page”.
“The Nashville, Tenn., native is also a regular on the CNN Headline News show Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell, where he discusses cases like those of Haleigh Cummings, Caylee Anthony and Kyron Horman,” the announcement said.
The Blog Talk Radio bio then gives Page’s age as 34 and announces his relationship with Art Harris.
“Levi, 34, says his eponymous show wouldn’t be what it is today without criminal profiler Pat Brown —also a BlogTalkRadio host—who helps get inside the mind of many of the criminals highlighted on his show. Former CNN reporter Art Harris, now freelance journalist, also assists in providing updates and details on cases,” the announcement said.
Page lied about his age and professional background.
In reality he was nobody.
Page’s true age was determined by the East Grand Forks Police in July, 2015 after Holmseth filed a police report that Page was publishing sex stories on the Web about his children.
“I contacted Austin Peay University and was able to obtain contact information for a Levi H Page DOB 07/19/1990,” reported Officer Corey Amundson, EGFPD.
SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS – LEVI PAGE and TINA CHURCH
Levi Page was working with Tina Church and Specialized Investigative Consultants in 2011 when he telephoned Holmseth and went on a vulgar rant. Church can be heard laughing on a conference telephone line. LISTEN
In another call made by Page to Holmseth, Page sounds mentally unstable as he screams that Holmseth better “shut the fuck up” and insists HaLeigh Cumming is dead. “She was dead in 09’ and she’s still dead now stupid fucker!” Page yelled. LISTEN
Page also screams “I hope you lose total custody of your children because they do not need to be around a stupid ass bitch like you”.
THE FALSE POLICE REPORT THAT TIMOTHY CHARLES HOLMSETH HAD HALEIGH CUMMINGS IN HIS HOME
On July 26, 2011 Church and Page telephoned Holmseth at his home in East Grand Forks, Minnesota to lay the groundwork for the false police report. During the telephone call, Church abruptly blurted, “You keep saying that little girl is alive so you need to produce her to law enforcement.”
Church diabolically asserted that because Holmseth believes HaLeigh Cummings is alive – he therefore has her in his home.
“I think you know where that little girl’s at – I think you better start producing her – Levi I think you better call the authorities and you and I both heard tonight that he knows where that little girl’s at – did you hear that Levi?” she said.
“Heard it loud and clear,” Page replied.
Holmseth NEVER made any such statement about the missing child being in his home during the RECORDED call.
It was a planned set-up.
A few minutes later two officers with the EGFPD were at Holmseth’s door stating they needed to enter because they received a report that he (Holmseth) claimed to have HaLeigh Cummings in his apartment.
The police report named “Tina Church” as the caller.
But now – the cat is out of the bag.
CONSPIRACY – EAST GRAND FORKS POLICE DEPARTMENT with SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS, INC
In 2016, Church blew the lid off everything when she came forward to say she did not make the call to police on July 26, 2011; she said a woman from Florida, along with Page made the call and pretended to be her.
Church’s contention she did not make the July 26, 2011 call to the EGFPD is consistent with her verbal directive to Page to make the call.
Church acknowledges she DID talk to the EGF police during a “follow up” call which she said was made to her by the EGFPD.
According to the EGFPD records clerk there is no record at the EGFPD of any “follow up” conversations between EGF police and Church.
That’s because it was secret and probably took place on private cell phones – much like the private/secret emails between Hajicek and Harris.
Evidence shows the EGFPD is subject to blackmail because Church said she has recordings of the aforementioned calls.
Specialized Investigative Consultants conspired with the East Grand Forks police.
But there is a BOMBSHELL, yet to come.
CONSPIRACY AGAINST RIGHTS – 18 U.S.C. 241
The BOMBSHELL is the TRUE IDENTITY of the Florida woman that actually made the false police report, because she was part of an extended plan (that succeeded) to fraudulently obtain domestic violence protection orders against Holmseth using a Florida dating law called ‘Repeat Violence’.
Two Petitioners (whom I cannot name under threat of arrest by East Grand Forks Police) involved in the conspiracy filed cases in Florida Divorce and Family courts against Holmseth – despite never even having physically met Holmseth.
Holmseth was told he would be murdered if he showed up for the hearings that took place in 2011. Holmseth went to the East Grand Forks Police before the court hearings and reported the death threats to Lt. Hajicek but Hajicek would not take a formal report.
The Orders were used to force-remove content Holmseth already legally published, and further prevent Holmseth from publishing his recorded interviews with the Petitioner’s regarding the Cummings and Anthony cases.
To this day Holmseth cannot publish the names of the two Petitioners on the Web.
On August 18, 2011, FLORIDA PETITIONER 1 obtained her INJUCTION FOR PROTECTION AGAINST REPEAT VIOLENCE against Holmseth from a Florida judge.
Here’s the BOMBSHELL.
FLORIDA PETITIONER 1 is the person that telephoned the EGFPD on July 26, 2011 and made the false police report that Holmseth has HaLeigh Cummings in his home.
But there is more.
On September 19, 2011, FLORIDA PETITIONER 2 obtained her INJUCTION FOR PROTECTION AGAINST REPEAT VIOLENCE against Holmseth from a Florida judge.
Here’s the BOMBSHELL.
FLORIDA PETITIONER 2 is the person that possessed the CD that contained child rape pornography of HaLeigh Cummings.
On November 22, 2011, Hajicek and EGF City Attorney Ronald Galstad issued a Warrant for Holmseth’s arrest alleging Holmseth violated the Florida Injunction regarding FLORIDA PETITIONER 2 by publishing something.
On December 14, 2012 EGFPD and a Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force agent, armed and wearing bullet proof vests, almost ran over Timothy Holmseth as they violently entered his home with a search warrant for his computer and everything on it.
During the maniacal event, Holmseth’s teenage daughter fought to keep 270 pound 6’ 6” EGF police officer Tony Hart out of the bathroom where she was undressed.
Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force Commander Aeisso Schrage seized Holmseth’s computer and all of his storage devices. Schrage placed Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) evidence stickers on the property.
EGF City Attorney Ronald Galstad told Judge Tamara Yon the BCA advised the City they could not search Holmseth’s hard-drive without an additional Warrant.
Holmseth contacted the BCA and learned that agency was not aware of anything the EGFPD or Pine to Prairie Task Force was doing. “The BCA had no role in the investigation you describe and did not attach any tags to evidence in that case,” said Jill Oliveira, public information officer, Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Sgt. Investigator Michael Norland, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, reported he searched Holmseth’s hard drive and found “no sign of illegal activity”.
The hard-drive was permanently disabled by the EGFPD before they gave it back per Order of the Court.
CATCH-22 – FEDERAL INVESTIGATION REQUIRED
EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund is caught in a Catch-22 because any Internal Affairs investigation into the false police report and Court Order scheme by Church, Page, and the FLORIDA PETITIONER’s will lead back to Hajicek and officers in his own Department.
For seven years the City of East Grand Forks, Minnesota has violated the Constitutional rights of Timothy Charles Holmseth while covering up for an organized international pedophile operation.
The United States DOJ needs to investigate Polk County, Minnesota law enforcement and Specialized Investigative Consultants.
Holmseth prepared this synopsis for an attorney.