Law enforcement officers implicated in at least two states
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 12, 2017, 9:39 P.M. CST
Suspicious activities of a Tennessee man are causing deep concerns regarding his involvement with missing children in the United States.
Levi Page, Dover, Tennessee, is at the center of very serious criminal activity regarding a missing five year-old girl from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings. The criminal activity very likely involves children all across the United States.
The emerging scandal brings officer(s) from a Florida sheriff’s office and a Minnesota police department into the fray and involves threats made against an FBI witness from telephone numbers of The Trump Organization, Clinton Global, Florida Governor Rick Scott, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, CNN, Republican National Committee, and others.
Levi Page interjected himself into the high profile investigation into the disappearance of HaLeigh Cummings some eight years ago when he began appearing on Web radio programs as an ‘investigative reporter’.
Page recently began publishing a series called ‘The HaLeigh Cummings Mystery’.
Rapidly emerging facts regarding Page, and his association with a group headed by Tina Church, president, Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc., Mishawaka, Indiana, are revealing Page is deeply involved in a trafficking operation.
The trafficking is facilitated through a scheme, headed by Church, which deceptively merges a corporation, with a non-profit, run by the same person (Church), and cloaks the activities of human trafficking and organized crime.
Tina Church, a licensed private investigator in State of Indiana, oversees the scheme that involves her PI firm Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc. She operates it alongside a parallel entity called The Other Victims Advocacy (TOVA) – a non-profit 501 (c) (3).
The two entities effectively form a crime syndicate that traffics children.
Here’s how it works.
Church toggles her activities between the non-profit organization (TOVA) and her licensed PI firm (Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc.) to criminally interfere with law enforcement investigations.
The execution of the operation is not overly complicated.
HOW THE SCHEME WORKS
- Tina Church presents herself (or has a colleague make an introduction for her) to a Targeted Individual as a licensed PI with Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc.
- Church’s PI license establishes trust and confidence in the Targeted Individual.
- Targeted Individuals are often witnesses, persons of interest by law enforcement, suspects, journalists, reporters, etc. in ongoing criminal investigations and missing child cases.
- Acting as a licensed PI, Church and her group infiltrate an unsuspecting person’s life (Targeted Individual) and gather private and sensitive information from the Targeted Individual, as well as their family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, etc.
- The group then uses the private/sensitive information to terrorize, gang-stalk, harass, and threaten the Targeted Individual though criminal blackmail and extortion.
- However – if confronted with Breach of Confidentiality – Church will maintain she was only acting as an ‘advocate’ or a ‘friend of a friend’ of the Targeted Individual and declares she owed no confidentiality to the person.
SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS, INC – THE HALEIGH CUMMINGS KIDNAPPING CASE
Levi Page is an associate that works with Tina Church and many others within the organized crime scheme erected by Church.
In 2010, Page announced his new online radio program where he claimed to be a 34 year-old “criminal investigator” that would be reporting the inside story on missing child cases.
However, in reality, Page’s Web program was simply media (i.e. – fake news) published to advance the interests of the trafficking operation. The media apparatus was being put into place to disseminate propaganda and facilitate criminal blackmail and extortion under the guise of news and media.
“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,” Page’s show bio said.
“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 bio said.
Page was lying about his age and his background.
In July, 2015, I (Timothy Holmseth) reported Page to the police in East Grand Forks, Minnesota after a track-back on a web posting revealed it was Levi Page publishing fictional sex stories about my minor children. The sick stories were accompanied with threats to remove all my websites – or more stories would be published.
The EGFPD police report reveals Page was lying about his age in his bio. “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, East Grand Forks Police Department.
Page was only twenty years old with no professional background or experience as a journalist when he suddenly appeared out of nowhere to discuss missing children with phony charlatans such as Art Harris, Pat Brown and others.
Page’s claim to be a “criminal investigator” stemmed from his association with Tina Church and Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc.
Page and Specialized Investigative Consultants had been gang-stalking me and my children for years after I was interviewed by the FBI and wrote a highly publicized hard-bound book on the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping.
In 2011, Page telephoned me screaming and swearing that the missing child HaLeigh Cummings is “dead” and warned that I better stop reporting she is alive. “She was dead in 09’ and she still dead now stupid fucker,” he screamed.
Ironically – in his 2017 series about HaLeigh Cummings, Page is asking the public to call him and tell him what they think happened to the missing child.
During the profanity laced telephone calls, Page warned that I better not ever report him to the Sheriff again, adding that he hoped I would lose total custody of my children.
While the vile nature of Page’s call was certainly very disturbing – something very important was learned from it. The voice of his colleague and superior, Tina Church, president, Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc., was heard laughing on a third line during the call.
It’s very relevant.
On July 26, 2011, a woman using the name “Tina Church” made a report to the police in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. The report states an “Investigator” from Indiana called to say “Timothy Holmseth” had claimed to her over the telephone he had “HaLeigh Cummings” in his apartment.
The false police report was a Specialized Investigative Consultants operation.
The truth was – Church and Page had strategically telephoned me that day to lay the ground work for the false police report. During the call, Church instructed Page to call the police on me and report that I claimed to have the missing child in my home (which I never, ever, ever said during the recorded call).
It was an illegal plan and reveals a tactic used by Specialized Investigative Consultants, which is to proactively contact Targeted Individuals an set them up for police.
Shortly into the call placed to me by Church and Page, Church began suggesting I must have HaLeigh Cummings in my possession because I maintain the childe is alive.
“Well, if you say she’s alive, where is she? You seem to be having a lot of information about this little girl. So maybe people need to be looking at you that maybe you have HaLeigh Cummings,” Church said.
Only a few minutes later, Church casually said to Page, “Well, we just need to let the authorities know that Timothy Holmseth knows where that little girl is at.”
Page promptly replied to Church that he was going to call Dominic Piscitello, Chief of Investigations, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, Florida. “I’ll call Dominic Piscitello and let him know what Timothy said and if it’s false he can be charged with Obstruction of Justice and Impeding and Investigation,” Page said.
Church and Page were presenting themselves as agents of law enforcement that were conducting an ‘investigation’.
Page took directives from Church and spoke as if he actually believed he was a member of law enforcement. Page even appears to believe I could be criminally charged based upon statements he would attribute to me – statements he would allege I made during a harassing phone call proactively initiated to me by him and Church.
The optics created by Church and Page are very bad for the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, because, Page already angrily acknowledged he was aware of the formal detailed complaint I filed to Sheriff Jeff Hardy in Putnam County, Florida.
There is considerable evidence that operatives of Specialized Investigative Consultants have been in considerable communication with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.
One promised call to law enforcement is known to have been made on July 26, 2011. It was made to the East Grand Forks Police Department in Minnesota, which resulted in officers being dispatched to my home/office to clear the call.
In 2016, Church telephoned me upset after I published an interview with a woman named Wayanne Kruger. The interview created reasonable suspicion HaLeigh Cummings was transported across state lines in 2009 by Church and her group.
Kruger was the national profile victim’s advocate that assisted HaLeigh Cummings’ mother, Crystal Sheffield, in the days following her daughter’s disappearance.
Kruger told me about a woman named “Christine Church” that traveled with an out-of-state group to meet Sheffield and her mother, Marie Griffis. Kruger said Griffis arranged for the group to travel to the South and that it was very important they be on time for the meeting.
When Church telephoned me in 2016 she said she did NOT make the false report to the Minnesota police in 2011. She said a woman from Florida named [REDACTED] and Levi Page made the call. She said [REDACTED] used her name and further stated she (Church) possessed a recording of the call.
Church said that although she did not make the false police report, she received a “follow up” telephone call from the East Grand Forks Police and discussed me with officer(s). She said they discussed my “obsession” with HaLeigh Cummings.
As with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, the optics created by Church’s purported secret communications with the Minnesota police department, are very bad.
The East Grand Forks police have formally stated on two occasions they have no record whatsoever of a “follow-up” call to Tina Church, or any other conversations between Church and the EGFPD, other than the July 26, 2011 police report.
But it appears it may be the EGFPD that is lying.
In 2011, Church appeared on Page’s radio program and publically mentioned conversations she claimed she had with the EGFPD about me. There is no record of those conversations.
Church told me she was angry at [REDACTED] (the Florida woman that claimed to be Church during the false police report) because [REDACTED] claimed to hold ownership in Specialized Investigative Consultants.
It appears the State of Indiana is aware of this, and it could create serious legal issues for the State, because in 2011 I filed a detailed Complaint against Church detailing the scheme she was running.
Church said she had to sort out a mess at the Indiana Licensing Board over the issue of [REDACTED] claiming to hold ownership in her company. Church said [REDACTED} produced many of the corporations internal email passwords as evidence of her relationship with Church and part ownership of the company.
Facts and evidence show [REDACTED] and other operatives are all associated through Specialized investigative Consultants, and it is entirely possible operatives are under the impression they are co-owners.
Page’s Web bio published in 2010 stated he would be receiving updates from former CNN journalist Art Harris.
In 2010, Harris published an interview regarding the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping that featured Tina Church.
And this is where disaster strikes the East Grand Forks Police Department and Polk County, Minnesota.
Records obtained from the Polk County Attorney’s Office in Minnesota reveal that in July, 2009, the ranking officer at the EGFPD had been secretly conspiring with Art Harris via his private email account (as opposed to his government police department email account).
56 pages of emails and documents were hand-delivered to Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth by Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek. Hajicek asked Widseth if there was something that could be done about Holmseth’s “obsession” with HaLeigh Cummings.
Undocumented and/or secret communications between Lt. Hajicek and Art Harris, Tina Church, [REDACTED], Levi Page, strongly suggests officers at the EGFPD were secretly working with Specialized investigative Consultants.
The 56 pages of records that were hand-delivered to County Attorney Widseth by Lt. Hajicek contained a 20 page report I authored for the FBI regarding the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping investigation.
I was formally interviewed by the FBI and had uncovered evidence of child rape porn created of the five year-old.
I was helping the feds.
The mysterious 56 pages of records never turned up during a public records request from the EGFPD (but turned up in a request to the County Attorney).
The private emails reveal Harris told Hajicek the FBI in Florida had visited a Web design firm based upon information they received from me and declared, “He’s got to be stopped”.
The interstate conspiracy and scheme involves collusion between law enforcement officers in several states with a private corporation to protect kidnappers and child pornographers from prosecution and to violate the constitutional rights of a journalist.
I have filed a police report to the Mishawaka Police Department, which, according to the police chief, has been forwarded to the Detective Bureau. The MPD has been provided audio evidence of Tina Church stating she was impersonated on a police report. LISTEN TO YOU TUBE BELOW
The MPD also received a copy of the formal Complaint I filed to the State of Indiana against Tina Church in 2011.
2:25 – Tina Church (Specialized Investigative Consultants) message to William ‘Cobra’ Staubs – multiple operatives heard sounding off at end of the call.
3:33 – Chelsea Croslin describes being contacted by Tina Church who told her she worked on the JonBenet Ramsey case – – – 6:20 JonBenet Ramsey mentioned
12:15 – Messages left on Chelsea Croslin’s answering machine by Tina Church.
15:50 – Hank Croslin discusses Tina Church having advance knowledge of a child porn raid that took place in Louisville, Kentucky – Tina Church claimed the FBI had HaLeigh.
17:50 – Charles Lee discusses Tina Church having advance knowledge of a child porn raid in Kentucky.
18:29 – Levi Page telephones Timothy Holmseth and threatens him for not coming on his radio program. Tina church can be heard laughing at the end of the call.
20:13 – Levi Page calls screaming and swearing and warning Timothy Holmseth to back off the HaLeigh Cummings case. Page insists HaLeigh Cummings is dead.
PLOT TO FILE FALSE POLICE REPORT ABOUT WHEREABOUTS OF A MISSING CHILD
22:02 – Tina Church and Levi Page call Timothy Holmseth and set the stage to file a false police report that Holmseth has the missing child HaLeigh Cummings in his apartment. This is a SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATIVE CONSULTANTS operation.
24:40 – Tina Church calls Timothy Holmseth and tells him she did NOT make the police report that he had HaLeigh Cummings in his apartment. Tina Church says a woman from Florida impersonated her. Church also pretends she is not aware of the police report. She then says she talked to the police off the record about Holmseth. Church warns Holmseth that he doesn’t know her son is. Church says the FBI tried to recruit her son but he refused because he would take a huge pay cut. Church says the police called her. 33:40 – Tina Church says she has a tape that PROVES she was impersonated on the police report regarding HaLeigh Cummings. She names a woman from Florida and Levi Page as the people that made the false police report.
34:11 – the East Grand Forks Police Department stating they have no record of the follow-up call Tina Church claims she received from the police.
36:28 – Conclusion