by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 23, 2016, 9:06 P.M. CST
An East Grand Forks man who has been revealing the activities of local organized crime says he is being gang-stalked by a shadowy group, which he believes is headed by the local chief detective, has now captured video of drones above him.
Jarod Rasmussen, son of former EGF police officer Vern Rasmussen, said the drones “fly right above my house every day and every night”.
“I got them both on camera. I got the star disco ball drone and I got the star drone both up here – right above my house,” Jarod Rasmussen said.
“The disco ball one you’ll notice flipping up in the sky with different colors. You can’t mistake it,” he said.
“You can only really see it when you look with a camera. You can look up in the sky and you’ll see what looks to be a bright star – but its not. It looks like it’s got some wings that are fluttering off to the side,” Jarod Rasmussen said.
Earlier today, Write Into Action exclusively reported Jarod Rasmussen revealed a former EGF police officer that was recently terminated had been using law enforcement resources to stalk female motorists and lure them into his home.
Write Into Action previously reported Jarod Rasmussen said he was being followed day and night by local firemen, police, social services, and creepy townspeople he recognized to be associated with the “Blue Line Club” – a local hockey group headed by EGFPD Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek.
The video of the drones hovering over the home of Jarod Rasmussen is legally compelling because, according to Rasmussen, Lt. Hajicek put him on a 72-hour psychiatric hold after he came to the police station to report the stalking.
Jarod Rasmussen was released right away after he passed all the tests.
“I got shit on them. I mean my dad was a cop for 33 years. I know what kind of pieces of shit these guys are. I know about a lot of stuff. I know about (Pine to Prairie Task Force Commander Aeisso) Schrage – (former Task Force Commander Scott) Jordheim – I know all these guys,” he said.