The mysterious 107 minute 911 call recorded during pursuit and shooting of unarmed man in Grand Forks has never been heard by the public
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 15, 2016, 9:13 A.M. CST
Will the public soon learn why a Grand Forks man called 911 and stayed on the phone for 107 minutes until he was shot in the head by police in front of the hospital emergency room?
Choice Financial in Grand Forks has partnered with EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund and the Grand Forks Herald in a campaign to show appreciation for the Grand Forks Police Department (GFPD).
Choice Financial is inviting the public to show their support for the GFPD by placing post-up stickies containing notes of ‘thanks’ on police cars that will be parked outside their bank.
Write Into Action is asking Choice Financial to cover the $500.00 the GFPD is charging Timothy Charles Holmseth (Write Into Action) for the transcription of the 107 minute 911 call made by David James Elliott the night he was shot in the Altru parking lot by UND police officer Jerad Braaten (who now works for the GFPD).
Write Into Action is conducting a journalistic investigation into the pursuit and shooting of David James Elliott on February 27-28, 2015.
Write Into Action has obtained evidence the Elliott shooting was actually a ‘hit’ by organized crime regarding a drug trafficking operation that involves corrupt members of the Grand Forks County Narcotics Task Force and Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Force.
David James Elliott was on the phone with 911 from shortly after the pursuit began to the moment he was shot six times in front of the Emergency Room at Altru Hospital.
All video made available by the GFPD thus far has David Elliott’s voice and words redacted.
Write Into Action believes the truth will lead to the criminal enterprise that caused the death of Andrew Sadek, the young college student in Wahpeton found in the Red River with a bullet in his head after law enforcement coerced him into acting as a confidential drug informant.
Other media outlets including Valley News, the Grand Forks Herald, and FOX have not requested the 911 records.
Write Into Action is the only media to request the 911 records of the 107 minute call following the 2015 police shooting that made national news.
Write Into Action has a GoFundMe account for the 911 records that Choice Financial can use.
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