by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 14, 2017, 9:41 A.M. CST
When Myles Hotzler, a Brainerd native, was featured in the Grand Forks Herald after being selected to intern with Congressman Rick Nolan, D- Minn., the young man was excited about a possible future in politics.
However – it appears the young man may have only walked away from the Washington D.C. scene to become a Web troll.
Hotzler has been trolling news stories published at www.writeintoaction.com that feature articles and media concerning government corruption and sex crimes against children.
On May 13, 2017 Hotlzer inexplicably targeted a story entitled ‘Tennessee man and Indiana PI among group running corporate kidnapping scheme – – – Law enforcement officers implicated in at least two states’.
The kidnapping piece, which exposes the police department in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and the Polk County Attorney, is comprised of facts, records, documents, and recordings gathered over several years – some that were taken into custody by the FBI.
Hotzler spent the late hours of May 14, 2017 labeling 14 consecutive stories by Timothy Charles Holmseth as ‘fake news’.
Hotzler interned for Congressman Nolan in 2014.
There is no evidence Hotzler’s actions are connected to Congressman Nolan, who, although posing for a photograph with Hotzler, did not provide any statement to the Herald about the young man.