Did North Dakota court officers completely fake a hearing to protect a child rapist?

It’s Grand Forks Herald/Valley News Live v. The North Dakota Court

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 20, 2017, 11:48 A.M. CST

Did Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones conspire with Officers of the North Dakota Court to fabricate a court hearing so the George Lyons child rape case could be quietly put to sleep?

Somebody’s lying (and it’s not the media).

George Lyons, Grand Forks, was arrested on January 6, 2016 by East Grand Forks police and charged in Polk County District Court with first and second degree sexual conduct involving a child – both felonies.

On May 15, 2016 a wedding registry published by Bed, Bath, and Beyond announced Jodi Bass and George Lyons are getting married May 15, 2016.

Valley News Live also reported that Lyons announced his marriage plans to Bass on Facebook.

Here’s the problem.

Jodi Bass is an Assistant State Prosecutor for Grand Forks County, North Dakota.

DISSAPEARING FILES

While the ‘marriage registry’ for Bed, Bath, and Beyond is still published – the Register of Actions for Polk County, Minnesota that originally recorded Lyons’ arrest no longer contains the court file number for the case – there is no record of the case ever existing in Minnesota.

It did factually exist at one time because the Grand Forks Herald made references to court files and reports regarding Lyons’ arrest and incarceration after his Wednesday, January 6, 2016 arrest.

After submitting a public records request, Write Into Action was told by the East Grand Forks Police Department on February 28, 2017 that the case is an “ongoing investigation”.

So – although the Minnesota register of actions contains no record of the case ever even existing, police in Minnesota call it “ongoing”.

Okay…

Now watch this…

GRAND FORKS STATES ATTORNEY DAVID JONES

There is evidence that suggests something illegal has transpired that involves Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones and others in the North Dakota Court.

Court records in Grand Forks, North Dakota (across the river from East Grand Forks, Minnesota) reveal an inexplicable anomaly.

The records show a court hearing occurred, that may not have ever taken place.

Here’s why.

Although the court records in Minnesota disappeared from the State’s website, substantial news reports from both the Grand Forks Herald and Valley News live establish that Lyons was arrested by Minnesota police on January 6, 2016.

According to a news report by Valley News Live on January 8, 2016, Lyons posted cash bail and was free on January 8, 2016.

George Lyons is a free man today after posting 15-thousand-dollars cash bail. He was charged with 2 counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with a juvenile relative in East Grand Forks”.
     – Valley News Live / January 8, 2016

On February 9, 2016 the Herald reported “A Grand Forks man pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Polk County (Minnesota) District Court to two counts of criminal sexual conduct involving a minor.”

Everything happened in Minnesota.

It was simple and easy to understand.

But now…

Grand Forks County (North Dakota) court records show an “Extradition” hearing was held for George Lyons on January 4, 2016.

That’s two days before Lyons was arrested.

The attorney for the State of North Dakota was filed by States Attorney David Jones. The court record shows “Extradition” was ordered by the Court on January 4, 2016.

The North Dakota record categorically states Lyons was “in custody”.

How is that possible?

Lyons wasn’t even arrested yet.

Then – after the alleged “Extradition” hearing was conducted – the North Dakota file was unceremoniously closed. 

Poof – the whole thing is over –vanished.

But it was all very real and there is a real victim.

On January 8, 2016 Valley News Live published, “Thirty-five year old George Lyons of Grand Forks has been charged with having sex with a 13-year old girl in East Grand Forks. And it’s an alleged crime, that apparently runs in the family. George Lyons is a free man today after posting 15-thousand-dollars cash bail. He was charged with 2 counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with a juvenile relative in East Grand Forks”.

The Valley News story continues.

“Meanwhile, East Grand Forks Police say Lyons was also under investigation in Grand Forks County for a similar incident. Assistant States Attorney, Jason McCarthy says he can’t comment on ongoing investigations. But, George Lyons brother, Matthew Lyons was sentenced to life in prison here in 2014, for the continuous sexual abuse of a child.”

“The relationship between all these factors gets even stranger. George Lyons had listed on facebook that he was engaged to marry an Assistant Prosecutor here in Grand Forks this Spring. She has not returned inquires to confirm or deny that relationship, as George Lyons gets ready for his criminal trial, and his brother Matthew continues to serve his life sentence in prison.”

Did Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones conspire with Officers of the North Dakota Court to fabricate a court hearing so the George Lyons child rape case could be quietly put to sleep?

AFTERWARD

Grand Forks Police Department and Grand Forks Sheriff’s Office vehicles have been sitting outside my workplace.

While I was working as a delivery driver a vehicle attempted to ram me and ran me off the road.

Then…

George Lyons, the fiancé of States Attorney Jodi Bass obtained a job where I work.

Think about it, folks.

This article is Exhibit A in any bull-shit charge law enforcement in North Dakota or Minnesota try to fabricate against me.

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