‘Narcotics Task Force’ shown as lawless criminal death cult in several national cases
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 24, 2016, 12:55 P.M. CST
Write Into Action’s investigation into the use of extortion by law enforcement officers to coerce naïve youth into acting as drug informants has uncovered very disturbing evidence in the 2008 murder of Florida State University graduate Rachel Hoffman.
The emerging evidence is the result of a four year investigation involving several high profile cases in Florida, North Dakota, and Minnesota.
New evidence obtained by Write Into Action implicates the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) and a Leon County, Florida judge in a criminal conspiracy to silence Rachel Hoffman’s doctor who spoke out publically after her murder.
The Hoffman murder was featured on ABC’s 20/20 and Dateline NBC and resulted in Rachel’s Law that went into affect in 2009.
Write Into Action’s most recent discovery reveals the phenomenally brazen and criminal actionable measures secretly initiated by TPD and its affiliates to terrorize and threaten Hoffman’s doctor and family non-stop.
POLICE SHOOTING in GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA
The new Hoffman case evidence was discovered during a separate investigation into the mysterious shooting of David Elliott, an unarmed man that was inexplicably shot six times by a University of North Dakota (UND) police officer in the emergency room parking lot of a Grand Forks, North Dakota hospital.
The North Dakota investigation revealed the UND rookie cop that shot Elliott was associated with members of a shadowy group of mercenaries claiming to be a ‘narcotics task force’.
The ‘narcotics task force’ concept is being exposed as a quasi-hoax; comprised of law enforcement officers and government officials operating a private criminal enterprise of transnational drug trafficking through North Dakota and Minnesota.
Write Into Action’s efforts to obtain 911 records and video from law enforcement in North Dakota has been continuously hindered by stall tactics and serious evidence integrity issues, which include a color police dash-cam video inexplicably changing to low quality black and white during the critical footage of the Elliott shooting.
The Rachel Hoffman murder was effectively mirrored in 2014 when the body of Andrew Sadek was found in the Red River near Breckenridge, Minnesota.
The Sadek case was a national headline story and widely covered by the media including 60 Minutes.
Sadek, 20, had been effectively extorted by law enforcement into acting as a drug informant for a multi-jurisdictional law enforcement task force. The young man was later found in the Red River with a bullet in his head and his back-pack weighted down with rocks.
The feckless investigation into the murder of Sadek has been a horrendous perpetual insult against the Sadek family who have endured published suggestions that the murder of their son could have possibly been a suicide.
Sadek’s violent murder has never been solved. In 2016, John and Tammy Sadek hired Tallahassee Attorney Lance Block to sue Richland County, North Dakota.
The Sadek family has requested the FBI take over the investigation.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
Ever increasing evidence shows Universities in North Dakota are unsafe due to drug trafficking that involves rogue law enforcement officers cloaking their criminal activity and black operations with the deceptive phrase ‘narcotics task force’.
Write Into Action has contacted UND President Ed Schafer regarding public records requests that are not being responded to by the UNDPD.
Write Into Action has requested the Grand Forks police Department provide the name of a person that died of an alleged drug overdose on the same day the police shot Elliott – the GFPD has not released the name.
Write Into Action has requested and made a down payment on the frantic 911 call made by David Elliott shortly after police began chasing him. The call lasted 107 minutes and the public does not know what was said. Write Into Action requested the first seven minutes of the 911 call over three weeks ago and the request has not been filled.
Write Into Action will be releasing the new information on the Hoffman and other cases in the near future.