Agents strategically target PTSD time windows to incite drug sales from mentally ill woman
by Timothy Charles Holmseth
Agents of the Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force (Task Force) and Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth are using judicial authority to terrorize a mentally ill rape victim.
The latest revelations regarding Polk County and the Task Force are creating concerns about the mental health of local police and attorneys that are exhibiting increasingly psychopathic behavior that appears to be out of control.
According to a whistleblower (hereby referred to as Paula), Christina Schmiedt, Polk County, is being systematically terrorized and bullied by law enforcement agents that are capitalizing upon intelligence they gathered about her in a rehabilitation treatment center.
Paula said the intelligence is in regards to Schmiedt’s mental illness, PTSD, and a violent sexual assault she suffered. She said Schmiedt receives social security for mental illness related issues.
Paula said agents of the Task Force have been obtaining information from a drug user named “Nana Brooks”.
Brooks is acting as a confidential informant for police to do ‘buys’.
Brooks spent time in a rehabilitation treatment center with Schmiedt, and has provided Task Force agents with information from Schmiedt’s therapy, so the Task Force can focus in on time-windows Schmiedt may be having a PTSD episode; increasing their chances of Schmiedt selling some drugs.
Paula said the Task Force targeted Schmiedt’s rape anniversary after eight prior attempts to get her to sell narcotics to Brooks failed.
RAPE VICTIM IGNORED AND TERRORIZED
According to court records, Schmiedt is charged with second degree felony assault with a deadly weapon.
Schmiedt told police she stabbed Robert Guzman because he was trying to rape her.
Court records show Guzman has an extensive criminal history that includes charges involving:
- Intent to cause fear of immediate bodily harm or death
- Bodily harm
- Domestic assault
- Narcotic sales
- Theft of a firearm
Schmiedt was charged with second degree assault; Guzman was not charged with anything.
“They let him go and within a month and a half he had a domestic on him. And then another month and a half he had another domestic – and now he’s absconded,” Paula said.
“He went to prison for strangling his baby’s mom to the point – you know, she was pregnant – asphyxiation to the point she was passed out. He went to prison for that and they let him go knowing it,” Paula said.
Paula said Guzman violently assaulted Schmiedt with his hand and fist causing internal damage to her vagina, as Schmiedt’s one month old baby slept nearby.
That’s why she stabbed him, Paula said.
The Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Force has come under increased scrutiny after Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, EGFPD, told the Grand Forks Herald that a young adult that went missing was not a confidential informant for the Task Force.
Write Into Action reported earler today that another whistleblower has come forward and revealed the truth about Jenna Stai’s involvement with the Task Force.