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IS IT TIME TO LOOK AT TIM HOLMSETH AS A SUSPECT IN THE DISAPPEARANCE OF HALEIGH CUMMINGS?
– William Murtuagh / July 29, 2017  

The man that allegedly authored the content above about ‘fucking a child death’ and murdering missing child Trenton Duckett works for a Florida attorney and once demanded I provide him informatiion about my children

 

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on August 13, 2017, 1:29 P.M. CST

Things are looking real, real bad for the East Grand Forks Police Department in Polk County, Minnesota. The corrupt Department that conspired to frame an innocent journalist for murder and now their co-conspirators are holding them to the original plan.

And judgment day is coming.

On July 24, 2017 I announced I filed a 214 page Motion to Vacate to the Minnesota District Family Court per new evidence that was not available at the time of trial. It proves criminal collusion between the East Grand Forks Police, Polk County Attorney, Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force, a Florida corporation, and a private corporation called Specialized investigative Consultant Inc., Mishawaka, Indiana.

The private Indiana corporation, multiple government agencies, and the Florida corporation conspired to violate my rights for the express purpose of covering up a kidnapping that involved child rape pornography of a five year-old named HaLeigh Cummings.

The conspiracy involved gaining legal Venue to me through civil family courts and domestic law (because I was not breaking any laws), including the Minnesota Family Court, by deceptively tying my publication and journalism projects to my minor son in a fraudulent ‘Best Interest of the Child’ scheme that was created using bogus stories about child abuse that didn’t exist.

My Statement/Affidavit provide the actual names the conspirators and provides very specific details that are supported by un-impeachable exhibits, records, and recordings that implicate the EGFPD and operatives of the private corporations.

The conspiracy set forth in my filings includes details of a diabolical plan to frame me for the kidnapping, rape, child porn production, and murder of HaLeigh Cummings.

The plan began in 2009, and in 2011 the Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force raided my home wearing bullet proof vests in a full-on attempt to frame me – an attempt that flopped – and left all the conspirators with blackmail and extortion content on each other (recordings of their illegal conversations etc.).

Yes – I said cops and attorneys in Polk County, Minnesota are on tape doing illegal things and are being blackmailed by super predators that are possibly working for the notorious CIA Finders (kidnappers that steal kids for sale to the elite).

Jump ahead to 2017 and a court hearing scheduled for September 13, 2017 at the Polk County Courthouse in Crookston, Minnesota.

Here’s what’s happening now…

The original plot that ‘Timothy Holmseth’ is responsible for whatever happened to HaLeigh Cummings is back in full force.

The narrative is being repeated ad-nauseum.

Tina Church, president, Specialized Investigative Consultants Inc., was involved in the original plot and colluded with EGFPD to file a false police report that I claimed to have HaLeigh Cummings in my home. That was done so the police could come to my home and search for her and then generate a report.

In 2016, Church began to claim she was impersonated on that false police report, but noted she spoke with police on occasions when they called her to discuss ‘Timothy Holmseth’s’ obsession with HaLeigh Cummings.

Church telephoned me after I filed my motion and told me she had been recently talking to the police, county attorney, city attorney, and began repeating the old talking points that I needed to be investigated for HaLeigh’s disappearance.

And now…

William Murtaugh (a.k.a. Murt), Florida, is the progenitor of a website called www.murtwitnessone.com

William Murtaugh

After I announced I had filed with the court, Murtaugh published the following barrage of articles.

TIN HAT TIMOTHY HOLMSETH MAY HAVE GOTTEN HIMSELF INTO LEGAL HOT WATER BY ALLEGED LYING TO THE MINNESOTA COURT
July 29, 2017 MURTWITNESSONE  Uncategorized

IS IT TIME TO LOOK AT TIM HOLMSETH AS A SUSPECT IN THE DISAPPEARANCE OF HALEIGH CUMMINGS?
July 29, 2017 MURTWITNESSONE  Uncategorized

TIM HOLMSETH ACCUSED OF LYING IN ORDER TO VACATE CLAIM
July 30, 2017 MURTWITNESSONE  Uncategorized

RUMORS ABOUND THAT TIM HOLMSETH MIGHT FIND HIMSELF CHARGED WITH OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE IN THE CASE OF THE MISSING CHILD HALEIGH CUMMINGS
August 5, 2017 MURTWITNESSONE  Uncategorized

Murtaugh is the legal client, and a publishing agent, of a civil divorce attorney that was deeply involved in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping case. The attorney was in EXSTENSIVE documented communications with the EGFPD, City of EGF, as well as with Specialized Investigative Consultants Inc.

And that civil attorney is everywhere you look.

On August 11-12, 2017 I reported that I had alerted both Minnesota and Florida courts of extortion that is now in play against me by multiple members of the group including Thomas Norman Olsen, Milton, Florida.

Olsen is a convicted felon.

I have evidence, straight from that divorce attorney, that that divorce attorney, is Thomas Olsen’s attorney (and friend that bailed him out of jail).

Murtaugh’s act of publishing content that suggests I am involved in the disappearance of HaLeigh Cummings is something that will now certainly come back to haunt him.

Below is a few examples of why.

What you see below was authored and published by William Murtaugh, the agent of the aforementioned attorney, who has been writing stories that I may be responsible for HaLeigh Cummings’ disappearance.

It is what happened to me after I helped the FBI.

And I’m only getting started, folks.

 

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Officer Gary Deitz dedicated his life to doing the right thing

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on January 21, 2017, 10:50 A.M. CST

Gary Deitz, the courageous Minnesota police officer that exposed the East Grand Forks Police Department for deep corruption and savage sadistic beatings of prisoners has died.

Gary Deitz

Gary Deitz

Gary contacted me over a year ago and asked me to please help expose the corruption at the East Grand Forks Police Department. He said the local news media was no longer covering the truth and very bad things were happening.

Gary was bullied out of the EGFPD after he told the truth about a near fatal beating of a prisoner he witnessed. He captured a young police officer named Rod Hajicek on tape vowing he would lie to investigators about what he saw. Hajicek is now the ranking officer at the EGFPD.

Gary told me about a former police officer named Curt Ellingson that savagely beat a mentally handicapped man that was crying “I want my mom – I want my mom”.

In July of 2016 I featured Gary in a story entitled Congressional Records: Minnesota police officer and congressman alerted FBI to police misconduct and mysterious deaths “Dear Mr. Wellstone: I was a police officer…”

Gary said he used to be threatened by voices on the telephone that said, “The next time you see me I’ll be standing by your bed”.

Gary’s passion in life was to expose the local criminal enterprise within law enforcement that has been murdering people and covering it up. He often spoke of Daryl Sindermann, the teenage boy that was murdered by locals and thrown into a river.

The last time I talked to Gary he was laughing and teasing me about negative comments written on Facebook about me by the sons of Grand Forks Police Chief Mark Nelson.

I only regret I don’t have a photo of Gary in his East Grand Forks Police Department uniform because that is what he was – he was an East Grand Forks Police Officer – and he remained one in his heart until the day he died.

Every time Gary called me the first thing he would say was, “Ya hard at it?”

I’m hard at it Gary.

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by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 23, 2016, 6:46 P.M. CST

The East Grand Forks police officer terminated several months ago may pose a hidden threat to the public.

Write Into Action has learned startling new information regarding former EGFPD officer Scott Jordheim that may shed light on why he was really terminated in April, 2016.

Jarod Rasmussen, the son of former EGF police officer Vern Rasmussen, said Scott Jordheim is a predator.

egfpd-vehicle

“He’s a pervert bad. I know that personally. He told me how he did it. He saw a good looking chick – run their license plate – call them at home later, pull them over whatever. He would use his police radio,” Jarod Rasmussen said.

But the entire story and details are much worse.

According to Jarod Rasmussen, and other sources that have been in contact with Write Into Action regarding systemic corruption at the EGFPD, Jordheim had a Modus Operandi that involved having girls come over to clean his house.

“They didn’t want to go over and clean because it was more than cleaning,” Jarod Rasmussen said.

Jarod Rasmussen

Jarod Rasmussen

Jarod Rasmussen, as well as other sources, told Write Into Action that females went to Jordheim’s residence and suddenly passed out after drinking something. The females believed something may have happened to them while they were unconscious.

The City of EGF and local hoax media at Forum News Service spun the story with a sympathetic theme that caused the public to believe Jordheim was a military veteran leaving the department after twenty years due to “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder”.

“[EGF City Administrator David] Murphy did say that the council’s performance review did not stem from anything specific to Jordheim’s job as a police officer. The city could not release many details about the decision, but Jordheim did confirm he has depleted his paid time off to cope with post traumatic stress disorder,” reported the Grand Forks Herald.

Write Into Action continues to receive reports of rape, murder, and witness intimidation by law enforcement and rogue government in the Valley region and will continue to report.

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Did call to police by Wells Fargo cleaning lady interrupt drug activity involving law enforcement?

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 3, 2016, 1:22 P.M. CST

Was David James Elliott shot six times, including three times in the head, by a UND police officer, after a cleaning lady’s call to police interrupted drug activity in a vehicle that contained a law enforcement officer?

Evidence is emerging as Write Into Action investigates.

‘Thousands of pills’ and an ‘unidentified second person’ in the vehicle of the unarmed man shot by a UND police officer in February, 2015, is creating serious questions about the true events surrounding the Altru hospital parking lot shooting of David James Elliott.

Write Into Action has acquired a transcription of the call to police by Karen Yungen, the cleaning lady at Wells Fargo Bank, Grand Forks, who called police on February 27, 2015, reporting a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot.

In the transcription, which contains no “Time” for the call, Yungen said there’s “people in the truck”.

The Grand Forks Police Department (GFPD) has never named any second person being in Elliott’s vehicle or involved in the events that unfolded, which involved:

  • High speed chase
  • Slow speed chase
  • One hour and fifteen minute cell phone call to 911 by David Elliott after the chase began where Elliott talked to GFPD officer Matt Bullinger
  • Shooting of David Elliott in the Altru hospital parking lot by UND police officer Jared Braaten
  • Thousands of pills in Elliott’s  vehicle

According to records obtained by Write Into Action from the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), Special Agent Quam reported, “Also, located during the search of the vehicle were thousands of prescription pills.”

Oddly, no criminal charges involving drugs were ever brought in the case, which is now concluded.

Statements by the GFPD appear to support Yungen’s reference to multiple persons in Elliott’s vehicle. During a press conference on March 3, 2015, Lt Dwight Love, GFPD, referred to more than one person being in the vehicle.

Reporter (Steve Wagner/Grand Forks Herald): So did an officer actually get out of the vehicle at Wells Fargo to communicate with him or was it something less than that?

Lt. Dwight Love: I don’t believe he did. I think as soon as the officer arrived on scene, they left.

BCI documents also reveal very strange discrepancies between the time of Yungen’s 10:41 P.M. call to police, and the time of the (Yungen) call stated in the BCI interview of the responding officer, Dan Harvala.

“The cleaning woman inside the bank called in the complaint around 11:30 p.m., to 11:40 p.m.”  the BCI report said.

Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala and Grand Forks Police Department Officer Matt Bullinger responded to a low party complaint. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala indicated there was a suspicious vehicle complaint from the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) pending and that once he cleared the loud party complaint he responded to the suspicious vehicle complaint. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala said that the suspicious vehicle was for a black pickup in the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Bank, Grand Forks, North Dakota. The cleaning woman inside the bank called in the complaint around 11:30 p.m., to 11:40 p.m.
-ND BCI

The significantly later, 11:30 – 11:40 P.M. time-window, stated in the BCI report, receives support in another statement made by Lt. Love where he refers to the call being made in the “morning hours”.

Reporter (female): What did the caller say was suspicious about the vehicle?

Lt. Dwight Love: Ummm, I guess I haven’t r… I can’t recall the report what was suspicious about that vehicle. I think it was in the Wells uhhh, Fargo bank parking lot – and it was at, in the morning hours so I think that in itself probably caused somebody to report that. That’s kind of odd at that time you know when the banks not open.

Questions also exist about how many officers initially responded to the Wells Fargo Bank suspicious vehicle call. Statements by Lt. Love during the March 3, 2015 press conference indicate multiple officers responded.

“On Friday night, February 27, officers responded to the Wells Fargo parking lot in reference to a suspicious person. When they arrived they saw a vehicle leaving the area. They saw that vehicle commit a traffic violation. They attempted to stop that vehicle. And that led to a high speed pursuit,” said GFPD officer Lt. Dwight Love.

The reference to multiple officers is odd, because there is no indication that any other officer except Harvala was involved in the initial attempted traffic stop of Elliott; and the BCI report does not state any other officer being with Harvala in his squad car.

Another example of Lt. Love referring to multiple police officers being involved in the very first attempt to pull Elliott over for running s atop sign is when he said, “They initiated a traffic stop.”  

Reporter (female): Yesterday Chief Nelson said that Grand Forks officer’s initiated a chase – where did it actually begin?

Lt. Dwight Love: Which one?

Reporter (female): The first one.

Lt. Dwight Love: The first one – it began just outside the Wells Fargo parking lot – I think it was at an intersection around that area where he violated a traffic stop sign – uh they initiated a traffic stop – he didn’t stop.

 

GFPD Chief Mark Nelson

GFPD Chief Mark Nelson

 

Write Into Action is investigating several other official statements that don’t seem to fit the official narrative given to the public by law enforcement.

One BCI entry is very odd when viewed in the chronological timeline “Trooper (Brittany) Schmidt stated at 11:30 p.m., the vehicle from the earlier pursuit was located in Grand Forks. There was no pursuit at this time,” said the BCI report.

Another BCI entry is odd and involves the possible second person.

Right before getting to the Oslo exit, Trooper Peschong turned his emergency lights off because of DAVID ELLIOTT’s prior actions, and Trooper Peschong did not want to spook him and cause another pursuit. As Trooper Peschong went over the overpass he saw ELLIOTT parked on the southbound ramp nearly on the interstate. ELLIOTT was standing by the driver’s side door of the pickup. Trooper Peschong went past the exit and turned around.
-ND BCIWhen Peschong got to the Oslo exit he headed southbound on the ramp. Trooper Peschong stated he was nervous while approaching the on-ramp because ELLIOTT was suicidal and he did not know if ELLIOTT had any weapons. As Trooper Peschong approached the on-ramp, he noticed that ELLIOTT and his vehicle were no longer there.
-ND BCI

It is not yet known if Elliott dropped someone off by the side of I-29 for Peschong to pick up.

Write Into Action presently has multiple outstanding requests for public records to the GFPD and UND Police Departments.

UND Police Chief Eric Plummer has not responded whatsoever to Write Into Action’s request for public records.

Karen Yungen was contacted but did not reply.

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Secret pursuit of David James Elliott began an entire HOUR before ‘suspicious vehicle’ call from Wells Fargo Bank

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 19, 2016, 11:37 A.M. CST

Official records prove North Dakota law enforcement spokesmen willfully deceived the public when they told the media the pursuit of David James Elliott began as the result of a ‘suspicious vehicle’ call placed at 10:41 P.M., February 27, 2015 from the Wells Fargo Bank in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

It was a colossal deception at the highest levels.

ND AG Wayne Stenehjem

ND AG Wayne Stenehjem

Write Into Action has acquired the investigative records of the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) report, which says the complaint made from the Wells Fargo Bank was made between 11:30 P.M. and 11:40 P.M. that night.

The ‘suspicious vehicle’ report has been the consistent starting line given by police to explain law enforcement’s focus on Elliott on the night in question before he was finally shot in the head in the Altru hospital parking lot at approximately 12:45 A.M., February 28, 2015 by a UND police officer.

The whole story the police told was a lie.

Here’s the proof:

Law enforcement officials told the media that a call was made reporting a suspicious vehicle at 10:41 P.M., February 27, 2015, in the Wells Fargo parking lot. The deceptive communications by public information officers were so effective the mainstream media fell for the parlor trick.

* * * * *

Police were called to the Wells Fargo Bank on South Columbia Road around 10:40 p.m. Friday for a suspicious black pickup. Someone from inside the bank reported the vehicle, thinking it was odd the pickup was in the bank parking lot at such late hours, said Grand Forks Police Lt. Dwight Love Wednesday.
     -The Bismarck Tribune

* * * * *

THE TRUE TIME OF THE CALL FROM WELLS FARGO BANK WAS AROUND 11:40 P.M. OR LATER

Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala and Grand Forks Police Department Officer Matt Bullinger responded to a low party complaint. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala indicated there was a suspicious vehicle complaint from the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) pending and that once he cleared the low party complaint he responded to the suspicious vehicle complaint. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala said that the suspicious vehicle was for a black pickup in the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Bank, Grand Forks, North Dakota. The cleaning woman inside the bank called in the complaint around 11:30 p.m., to 11:40 p.m
     -BCI

When asked about the Wells Fargo call during a press conference, Lt. Dwight Love, GFPD, told reporters “It was in the morning hours”

* * * * *

EVIDENCE POLICE WERE STRATEGICALLY FUSING THE CALL FROM WELLS FARGO BANK AT 11:40 P.M. WITH THE PURSUIT THAT BEGAN AT 10:40 P.M. TO CREATE THE ILLUSION THAT IT ALL BEGAN AT THE SAME TIME

“On Friday night, February 27, officers responded to the Wells Fargo parking lot in reference to a suspicious person. When they arrived they saw a vehicle leaving the area. They saw that vehicle commit a traffic violation. They attempted to stop that vehicle. And that led to a high speed pursuit. The speeds were to around 100 mph through town. A supervisor realizing that’s probably not a safe situation terminated the pursuit. About two hours later that same vehicle was reported to police as a welfare check – possible suicidal subject – they came back into town – where it attempted to strike an officer attempting to make a traffic stop – a second pursuit started and went through the University of North Dakota area – during that time it went over the over pass – the Columbia Road overpass. We did spike strips on two occasions. That didn’t stop that suspect’s vehicle. It continued to the Altru Parking lot where the officer involved shooting occurred.”
-Official Press Release by Law Enforcement

* * * * *

The reason law enforcement tricked the public regarding the Wells Fargo call was because police, state troopers, and deputies began chasing Elliot at approximately 10:30 P.M. but cannot EXPLAIN to the public WHY.

SPOILER ALERT: It likely involves drug trafficking because according to BCI records Elliott possessed “thousands” of pills.

David James Elliott

David James Elliott

OFFICER WITNESSED DAVID ELLIOTT BEING CHASED AT 10:30 P.M.

In regard to the first (1st) pursuit, Grand Forks Police Department Officer Chris Brown said that he was at the Altru Hospital Emergency Room with a female that refused to leave, and a pursuit began at about 10:30 p.m./10:35 p.m. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Chris Brown saw the first (1st) pursuit proceed northbound on South Columbia Road past the Altru Hospital, but he was not involved. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Chris Brown continued with his call at the Altru Hospital Emergency Room until around 11:00 p.m. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Chris Brown overheard Grand Forks Police Department Sergeant Mark Ellingson terminate the first (1st) pursuit. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Chris Brown said that he called into dispatch and heard that Grand Forks Police Department Officer Matthew Bullinger was on a 911 call with the suspect (DAVID ELLIOTT) in the pursuit, and that DAVID ELLIOTT had a domestic incident earlier in the day with his wife, Jennifer Elliott, and that he may be suicidal.
-BCI

DEPUTY ADMITS INVOLVEMENT IN PURSUIT THAT BEGAN AT 10:45 P.M.

In regard to the first (1st) pursuit with DAVID ELLIOTT, Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Andy Schneider said he was west of Thompson, North Dakota, when it began. Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Andy Schneider believed that it occurred between 10:45 p.m., to 11:00 p.m., and he was heading towards the Grand Forks Air Force Base, Grand Forks, North Dakota, for dinner.
-BCI

Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Andy Schneider positioned his vehicle at a crossover about one (1) mile north of the Thompson, North Dakota, exit. Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Andy Schneider notified Grand Forks Police Department that he had deployed his spike strips. Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Andy Schneider indicated that Grand Forks Police Department Sergeant Mark Ellingson terminated the pursuit.
-BCI

Now watch … after Deputy Schneider was busy laying out spike strips for David Elliott north of Thompson around 11:00 P.M, he is then magically transported to the Grand Forks Air Force base where he is eating dinner!

Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Deputy Nate Moen and Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Andy Schneider went to the Grand Forks Air Force Base in Grand Forks, North Dakota, at approximately 11:00 p.m., to have dinner.
-BCI

Absolutely impossible.

Mapquest Thompson GFAFB

GRAND FORKS SHERIFF’S OFFICE ATTEMPTS TO HIDE LOCATION AND ACTIVITIES OF DEPUTIES

In the Affidavit filed with the court by the Grand Forks Sheriff’s Office, there is no mention of Deputy Schneider being north of Thompson setting out spike strips. In fact – the GFSO does not mention setting out spike strips anywhere in their Affidavit whatsoever.
READ AFFIDAVIT

THE SHOOTER, JARED BRAATEN, WAS NOT SCHEDULED TO WORK ON THE NIGHT IN QUESTION AND NONE OF HIS CAMERA’S WERE WORKING

The shooter, UND Police Officer Jared Braaten, was not scheduled to work on February 27, 2015 but suddenly did.  He began his un-scheduled shift at 10:30 P.M. – the exact same time the secret pursuit of David Elliott began.

Officer Braaten did not properly activate his dash-cam, and his body-cam did not work.

UND Police Department officer JARED BRAATEN has been employed as a police officer by the UND Police Department for approximately one and one-half (1½) years. While he was not scheduled to work on Friday, February 27, 2015, to Saturday, February 28, 2015, he did work the days in question. UND Police Department officer JARED BRAATEN began his shift at approximately 10:30 p.m.
-BCI

In regard to UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN’s body camera, UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN indicated that he wore a different uniform shirt that evening and could not place the body camera where he normally placed it. UND Police Department officer JARED BRAATEN had UND Police Department intern Heather Hopkins place a body camera on the right shoulder of his uniform shirt. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN stated that the body camera was sideways on his right shoulder, but got dislodged when he reentered the vehicle, prior to the incident on top of the Columbia Road overpass and did not know its whereabouts. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN stated that the body camera was turned on. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN said that he activated the body camera manually by flipping down the lens cover. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN indicated that he recorded directly onto the body camera and that he had to physically download it at the UND Police Department.
-BCI

Concerning the in-car camera, UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN indicated that after the UND men’s hockey game he went directly to the UND Police Department and was immediately dispatched on a call. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN said that he forgot to insert the video card into the in-car camera. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN stated that the in-car camera turned on automatically when he initiated the emergency lights, and he could not view the in-car camera without the video card. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN was issued his own video card and that it was in his equipment bag that was in UND Police Department unit #5. UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN assumed that his equipment bag was at the UND Police Department.
-BCI

At 1:07 p.m., Special Agent (S/A) Michael J. Ness requested that University of North Dakota (UND) Police Department Lieutenant Tracy Meidinger download the image from UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN’s body camera. S/A Ness and UND Police Department Lieutenant Tracy Meidinger also looked at UND Police Department Officer JARED BRAATEN’s SanDisk four (4) gigabyte (GB) flash card, but there were no recordings pertinent to the officer involved shooting investigation.
-BCI

ND AG WAYNE STENEHJEM

The BCI is an agency of the North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.

Stenehjem is running for governor.

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Jim Grabanski was key media figure in 1986 unsolved murder

On February 20, 2016, Write Into Action (Timothy Charles Holmseth) issued a legal advisement to North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, East Grand Forks Police Department, EGF City Council, Grand Forks Police Department, City of Grand Forks, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol regarding HOLMSETH V. CITY OF EAST GRAND FORKS ET AL.

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on February 28, 2016 at 9:30 P.M.

Retired EGF police officer Jim Grabanski was found dead in his home on February 24, 2016.

The cause and manner of Grabanski’s death was not stated in the very short obituary.

Mysterious Death

Grabanski was a key media figure regarding the unsolved 1986 murder of Daryl Sindermann. Sindermann, a youth from East Grand Forks, Minnesota was murdered at a beer party and the case was never solved.

In November, 2014, Grabanski was interviewed by KVLY during a two part story by reporter Neil Carlson regarding new information about the Sindermann murder. Grabanski told KVLY he was told who murdered Sindermann.

“Retired Officer, Jim Grabanski doesn’t plan to let this case remain unsolved,” Carlson reported.

In November, 2015, Write Into Action acquired records through a document request that named Sindermann’s alleged killers and showed law enforcement had covered the information up to protect certain people.

Grabanski was also a key figure in Write Into Action’s investigative series ‘Special Investigation: East Grand Forks – History of Darkness – Culture of Death’.

Grabanski was a witness to the savage police station beating of Jon Osowski at the East Grand Forks Police Department.

Write Into Action’s investigation into the Osowski beating has revealed Osowski saw a bright light and tunnel during the maniacal assault by (retired) Sgt. Curt Ellingson and other officers.

Osowski told Write Into Action “Jim Grabanski” visited him in his jail cell and told him he could file a complaint about what the police did to him. Grabanski asked Osowski to not tell anybody that he advised him.

On February 20, 2016, Write Into Action (Timothy Charles Holmseth) issued a legal advisement to North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, East Grand Forks Police Department, EGF City Council, Grand Forks Police Department, City of Grand Forks, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol regarding HOLMSETH V. CITY OF EAST GRAND FORKS ET AL.

Timothy Holmseth advised the aforementioned agencies of tentative federal legal action regarding the endless stream of death threats and extortion demands being made against Write Into Action to remove all websites from the internet.

Some of the threats made are against Timothy Holmseth’s children and grandchild – no known action has been taken by any law enforcement regarding the highly documented crimes.

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by Timothy Charles Holmseth on February 13, 2016 at 10:27 A.M.

Humans hunting humans is a problem says Cass County Sheriff Paul Laney.

Laney spoke out in the wake of the shooting that killed Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer during a stand-off Wednesday.

“How do you think that hits us? People are hunting us. And how do you think that sits with us? Yet we wear this badge with honor and pride and we’re going to go out every day and protect our community,” Laney said.

Cass County Sheriff Paul Laney

Cass County Sheriff Paul Laney

Laney’s ‘predator and prey’ analysis to characterize the fatal shooting of a police officer has captured the essence of a serious national epidemic.

People hunting people.

Laney’s expression has entered the dialogue of concerned Americans that believe the lives of “community” members such as Steven Avery – the Wisconsin man featured in the Netflix documentary Making a Murder – are all valuable lives.

81 percent of American’s believe Avery is innocent according to a January, 2016 poll.

The North Dakota sheriff’s ‘hunting’ analysis has given rise to a conversation regarding the unavailability of police records and bizarre under-reporting of an officer-involved shooting in Grand Forks, North Dakota in 2015.

The 2015 shooting of David James Elliott involved the actual ‘hunt’ of a man by police for over two hours; the details of which have being seemingly hidden since the very beginning.

Hidden facts, circumstances, and obfuscated evidence are primary components of the rapidly spreading Steven Avery Syndrome.

In February of 2015, a University of North Dakota Police officer unloaded 12 rounds into the vehicle cab of David Elliott; an unarmed man that had managed to roll his hobbled vehicle to the emergency room entrance of a hospital. There in the parking lot while on the telephone he was shot – he was hit six times – three time in the head – once in the face – but survived.

The details of the hours leading up to the event are by any standard, very mysterious.

Elliott, unarmed, with no criminal record, telephoned 911 shortly after police began pursuing him and is believed to have told 911 why he refused to stop.

It is known three police officers were suspended following the event but no updates have ever been given.

The bizarre actions of law enforcement were captured in a scathing editorial by the Grand Forks Herald.

North Dakota law enforcement will not relay to the public what Elliott told 911 or provide a timeline of events regarding the pursuit, which involved the Grand Forks Police Department, Grand Forks Sheriff’s Office, North Dakota Highway Patrol, and University of North Dakota Police.

Only after a formal document request was made for the records by Write Into Action, did police release video to WDAZ TV. The news piece only featured officer-cam segments from the high-speed chase but did not mention the 911 call or explain why Elliott fled.

The 911 call and officer cam video, which will reveal the route of the Elliott pursuit (which could involve another State – Minnesota), and reveals what he was saying to 911 while officers that were behind him without their red-lights activated, is not readily available to the public.

Law enforcement has presented the two hours long event as ‘two separate pursuits’ while describing the pursuit in the middle of the event as officers simply “following” Elliott through the night.

Why North Dakota law enforcement is concealing the details of Elliott’s 911 call is not known.

Following the Elliott shooting in 2015, North Dakota law enforcement stonewalled the media and refused to communicate with the public about what happened.

The bizarre nature of the Elliott pursuit and shooting is illuminated by North Dakota law enforcement’s complete opposite reaction to the shooting of Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer.

In the Moszer shooting, law enforcement has adhered to the law and been very transparent – immediately alerting the media to the public safety issue and providing regular updates.

All of the same law enforcement agencies involved in the Elliott shooting are reportedly involved in the Moszer situation, including the Police Department, North Dakota Highway Patrol, Sheriff’s Office, and BCI.

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