Chief detective interfered with FBI investigation of missing child HaLeigh Cummings
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 7, 2017, 12:44 P.M. CST
Write Into Action has obtained astonishing facts regarding the child rape case against George Robert Lyons – the accused child rapist that claims to be engaged to Grand Forks Assistant State Prosecutor Jodi Bass.
According to the formal Complaint, extremely disturbing allegations began to be made by children against George Robert Lyons as early as 2012. Records show the Honorable Dennis Murphy issued an Order For Protection against George Lyons and found he had in fact sexually abused a child!
Yet – no decision to arrest Lyons was ever made until December 23, 2015.
It just went on an on!
The December 23, 2015, Complaint recounts George Lyons literally terrorizing his young victims and giving one victim the options of giving him a “hand-job” “blow job” or to “sit on it”.
Law enforcement had reports of children reporting peep holes in the walls; being drugged; and woken up in the middle of the night to put on a bikini.
There is NO WAY Polk County authorities did not know this was happening because George Lyons’ brother, Matthew Lyons, was sentenced to life in prison in North Dakota for the same things.
Lt. Rodney Hajicek, the ranking officer at the East Grand Forks Police Department, has a history of assisting in cover-ups involving kidnappings, child rape, and child porn.
In 2009, Hajicek attempted to collude with a CNN reporter (child sex trafficker) Art Harris who was being paid to assist kidnapping suspects in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping in Florida. Hajicek communicated with child porn producers via his private email in an effort to have me (Timothy Charles Holmseth) arrested while I was assisting the Minneapolis FBI in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping (I captured the kidnappers and child porn producers on tape talking about rape photos of the little girl).
Hajicek solicited assistance from Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth and sent him emails from Harris after cutting his own side of the conversation out with a scissors. Hajicek was told by Harris the Jacksonville FBI was acting upon leads received by me and were moving in on the kidnapping group.
East Grand Forks City Attorney is also a major pervert protector and provided assistance.
MISSING RECORDS ON NORTH DAKOTA STATE WEBSITE
Write Into Action previously reported that records disappeared from the State of North Dakota’s website. I (Timothy Charles Holmseth) was contacted by the Grand Forks Criminal Court Clerk at the request of Judge Lolita G Hartl Romanick regarding that matter. We are in-between telephone calls and I will provide an update at a later time. The records are still unavailable on the States website.
REPORTING ON ARREST DATE OF GEORGE LYONS
On January 5, 2016, George Robert Lyons from was transferred out of the custody of the Grand Forks County Correctional facility, into the custody of Polk County authorities.
Records show he was arrested on a Warrant issued by Polk County in Minnesota signed by a judge on December 23, 2015.
Lt. Derik Zimmel, Grand Forks Police Department, said the GFPD did not execute the Warrant on George Lyons and believes it may been executed by the Grand Forks Sheriff’s Office.
“Mr. Lyons was released to Polk County authorities on January 5, 2016,” said Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones.
The date of January 5, 2016 conflicts with the reporting of the Grand Forks Herald which said, “George Robert Lyons, 35, was arrested Jan. 6 and charged with first- and second-degree criminal sexual conduct, both felonies”.
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 8, 2017, 5:57 P.M. CST
Write Into Action has received multiple tips regarding alleged corruption and mismanagement at Northland Community and Technical College in East Grand Forks.
The corruption is reportedly being investigated by the State.
Write Into Action’s independent investigation has yielded examples of fraud.
According to sources:
Linnea Schluessler, director, Academic Success Center, NCTC, is coordinating with administration to draw a paycheck while rarely being available for her job. Schluessler’s excessive absence has resulted in services not being provided to students due them.
Schluessler is suspected by colleagues to be running a yoga business in Crookston simultaneous to receiving a paycheck from NCTC.
Schluessler allegedly passes most of her duties off to Gloria Serna, Learning Services Tutor, NCTC. Schluessler reportedly gave Serna her email password and username and instructed her to answer the ones “that look important”.
Schluessler reportedly also has three work study students doing work she is paid to do.
The dereliction is reportedly known to NCTC administration. One NCTC staff member monitored Schluessler’s in-house mailbox and observed nearly a month passed without the mail being checked.
Write Into Action has other information that will be released at a later time.
Write Into Action’s investigation of NCTC is part of an ongoing journalistic probe into organized crime involving Lt. Rodney Hajicek, East Grand Forks Police Department, drug trafficking by public officials, a child rape-porn cover-up, and sex crimes by police officers.
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.
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 23, 2016, 6:46 P.M. CST
The East Grand Forks police officer terminated several months ago may pose a hidden threat to the public.
Write Into Action has learned startling new information regarding former EGFPD officer Scott Jordheim that may shed light on why he was really terminated in April, 2016.
Jarod Rasmussen, the son of former EGF police officer Vern Rasmussen, said Scott Jordheim is a predator.
“He’s a pervert bad. I know that personally. He told me how he did it. He saw a good looking chick – run their license plate – call them at home later, pull them over whatever. He would use his police radio,” Jarod Rasmussen said.
But the entire story and details are much worse.
According to Jarod Rasmussen, and other sources that have been in contact with Write Into Action regarding systemic corruption at the EGFPD, Jordheim had a Modus Operandi that involved having girls come over to clean his house.
“They didn’t want to go over and clean because it was more than cleaning,” Jarod Rasmussen said.
Jarod Rasmussen, as well as other sources, told Write Into Action that females went to Jordheim’s residence and suddenly passed out after drinking something. The females believed something may have happened to them while they were unconscious.
The City of EGF and local hoax media at Forum News Service spun the story with a sympathetic theme that caused the public to believe Jordheim was a military veteran leaving the department after twenty years due to “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder”.
“[EGF City Administrator David] Murphy did say that the council’s performance review did not stem from anything specific to Jordheim’s job as a police officer. The city could not release many details about the decision, but Jordheim did confirm he has depleted his paid time off to cope with post traumatic stress disorder,” reported the Grand Forks Herald.
Write Into Action continues to receive reports of rape, murder, and witness intimidation by law enforcement and rogue government in the Valley region and will continue to report.
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 29, 2016, 10:40 P.M. CST
Timothy Charles Holmseth
320 17th Street N.W. Unit# 17
East Grand Forks, MN 56721
In Re: Missing Person / Criminal Conspiracy
November 29, 2016
Polk County Attorney Polk County Justice Center
816 Marin Avenue Suite No. 125 Crookston, MN 56716-2148
Dear Attorney Widseth,
I am contacting you to request a meeting.
I have acquired evidence pertaining to the missing child HaLeigh Cummings and crimes that have been committed in Polk County, Minnesota pertaining to that case.
I am the victim of the aforementioned crimes.
As you know, East Grand Forks Police records contain a police report filed on July 26, 2011 by Tina Church. The report states I claimed to have the missing child HaLeigh Cummings in my apartment.
HaLeigh is presently a Missing Person being sought by the FBI.
I have obtained a recorded statement from Tina Church, Specialized Investigative Consultants, Mishawka, Indiana. She states she was impersonated by a woman from Florida named [REDACTED] who along with Levi Page, Dover, Tennessee, made the false police report. She further states she has a recording of the crime being committed.
I possess extensive evidence that shows multiple out-of-state actors conspired with multiple members of law enforcement and government officials to form a plan to secretly violate State and Federal statutes; multiple States: both criminal and civil.
The evidence implicates members of the East Grand Forks Police Department.
Some of the evidence I possess has never been seen or heard by anybody.
I am requesting a meeting with you to turn over the evidence for prosecution.
The average American might wonder how this case would have been handled if the missing child’s name in the false police report would have been “Jacob Wetterling” instead of “HaLeigh Cummings”.
I am requesting a meeting with you to turn over the evidence for prosecution.
Timothy Charles Holmseth
Attached: FBI Missing Person Flyer, Police Report by Tina Church
The following story was published by Write Into Action on November 27, 2016.
Tina Church, a private investigator with Specialized Investigative Consultants, told Write Into Action that a police report on file at the police department in East Grand Forks bearing her name and telephone number was not made by her.
Church telephoned Write Into Action today and said the police report was made by a former HLN pundit named Levi Page and a woman from Florida.
“I have a tape that confirms it was not me that made that report against you to the police. It was [REDACTED] acting as me, with Levi Page,” Church said.
The name of the female is being withheld and has been provided to law enforcement.
Write Into Action knows the female referenced and has extensive recorded interviews of the person claiming to know everything that happened to HaLeigh Cummings.
The police report at issue was made in July, 2011 when a caller told Officer Michael Anderson, EGFPD, that Timothy Charles Holmseth, a local journalist, claimed to have the missing child HaLeigh Cummings in his apartment.
Levi Page was investigated by the EGFPD in July, 2015 regarding sexual stories he was fabricating and publishing about the children of Timothy Charles Holmseth, publisher, Write Into Action.
Former CNN pundit on missing children cases investigated for sexually stalking minor children on Web
– by Timothy Charles Holmseth on July 26, 2015 at 11:26 A.M.
Page, along with a shadowy group that includes Nancy Grace’s reporter Art Harris, have stalked Holmseth since 2009 and used extortion, extreme defamation, false police reports, death threats, and a threat to kidnap Holmseth’s grandchild, in efforts to silence him.
Holmseth possesses evidence that proves Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, EGFPD, secretly conspired against Holmseth with others including Harris using private methods of communication including his personal Gmail account.
The secret emails were obtained through a public records request from Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth.
Church said she contacted Write Into Action today because is concerned about several articles that mention her.
HaLeigh Cummings Bombshell: ‘Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc’ reported to FBI
– by Timothy Charles Holmseth on February 6, 2016 at 11:14 P.M.
CNN, HLN, and Nancy Grace implicated in child sex trade- – – CNN provided media cover for kidnapping operation
– by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 22, 2016, 12:06 P.M. CST
East Grand Forks police chief breaks seven year silence on missing child case
– by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 24, 2016, 6:50 P.M. CST
Church said her name is “Tina Church” not “Christine Church” and insists she is not the person Wayanne Kruger met and filmed meeting with HaLeigh Cummings’ mother and grandmother in 2009 shortly after the little girl disappeared.
Holmseth has been in contact with both EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund and Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth regarding this matter.
Hedlund and Hajicek have steadfastly refused to make a referral regarding the kidnapping case to the FBI.
Holmseth says (I say) any outside agency’s investigation is going to lead right back to EGFPD officers and East Grand Forks City Attorney Ronald Galstad.
For more information about this case use the search bar below.
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 8, 2016, 7:28 P.M. CST
Disgraced East Grand Forks gypsy mayor Lynn Stauss has been run out of office and will leave in complete shame.
Steve Gander will replace Stauss as EGF mayor.
Lynn Stauss, along with his con artist brother Dan Stauss, and a band of local gypsies including EGF city attorney Ronald Galstad, was exposed after a secret society theft ring stole over one half million dollars in a scheme known as Boardwalk Enterprises.
Lynn Stauss caused great embarrassment to the small Northern Minnesota town’s residents that he and the gypsies betrayed.
East Grand Forks residents recall the embarrassing spectacle Lynn Stauss made after the gypsies got busted. Lynn Stauss quickly checked himself into a hospital with a fake medical problem and told the nurse he was too sick to take phone calls from the media.
East Grand Forks and Polk County, Minnesota is widely known for Valley News Live media investigations into ritualistic abuse of prisoners at the local police department and mysterious unsolved deaths.
Gander has expressed a love for the community.
Did police and Forum Communications conspire to cover-up the homicide of Caitlin Erickson?
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 27, 2016, 12:21 P.M. CST
Did the Grand Forks Police Department (GFPD) and Forum Communications cover up a murder in Grand Forks?
Caitlin Erickson, 28, Grand Forks, was found dead in her apartment on February 27, 2015 after neighbors heard a fight between male and female voices they recognized as Erickson and a male friend, Mario Parson, as well as loud banging sounds in the apartment.
The neighbors told the police they were worried that Erickson was killed by Parson because of what they heard.
Erickson, a narcotics and alcohol addict, had been desperately attempting to come up with $500 on the day of her death. Police found drugs in her apartment when they arrived at the scene.
Erickson’s body was found by Parson.
But – the ‘news’ (e.g. Grand Forks Herald) did not report Erickson’s death for nearly a month and never told the public about the sounds of violence or the narcotics.
There may be a reason.
Write Into Action’s ongoing investigation into the police shooting of an unarmed man in the parking lot of Altru Hospital in Grand Forks following a vehicle pursuit that began on February 27, 2015, led to the mysterious death of Caitlin Erickson.
Write Into Action learned there was an “overdose death” on February 27, 2015, while reviewing interviews conducted by the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) regarding the police shooting of David James Elliott.
On May 26, 2016, Write Into Action received the police file on the Erickson case and significant evidence shows she may have died as the result of foul play.
That evidence and information has never been reported to the public.
Write Into Action is investigating:
- Caitlin Erickson’s death
- Attempts by law enforcement and Forum Communications to cover-up a homicide
THE SOUNDS OF VIOLENCE
According to a police report by GFPD Officer D. Buzzo, Erickson’s neighbors, Juan Griego-Chavez, and Desiray Gomez, were interviewed.
“Desiray had been in her bathroom when she heard the shower turn on and off several times. It also sounded like there was something being thrown against the wall. She had heard some talking and arguing as well. She had woken Juan up and told him of the arguing,” the police report said.
The neighbors were later interviewed for a second time.
“Desiray again told me about the things she heard through the bathroom wall. Desiray stated she heard arguing from a male and a female. The male’s voice was that of Mario’s [Parson]. Mario then yelled “Where do you think you’re going?” Desiray stated she believed there was some kind of fight and was concerned there was foul play involved,” the police report said.
THE IMMEDIATE MEDIA BLACKOUT
Upon initial review of the police file and reports filed by the media, Write Into Action believes there is a large amount of evidence the GFPD and Forum Communications conspired to deceive the public about Erickson’s death.
The death of Caitlin Jenna Erickson and the pursuit and shooting of David James Elliott occurred in the exact same time window on February 27, 2015.
That is a significant fact.
Both events involved prescription medication and drugs. Drugs were found in the possession of both Elliott and Erickson. Elliott’s vehicle actually contained “thousands” of pills. Nobody was ever criminally charged regarding the pills found in Elliott’s truck.
As you will see in this analysis, it is abundantly clear the GFPD and Forum Communications did NOT want the public to know about the DRUGS in either the Elliott or Erickson cases. And – they went to great lengths to mislead the public.
For three days following the shooting of Elliott, North Dakota law enforcement violated the law when they refused to discuss the shooting with the media. Law enforcement finally succumbed to public outrage and provided the public with very basic facts about the Elliott shooting.
However, the death of Erickson was never reported by a news agency as a stand alone news item.
Nearly a month after Erickson’s death, on March 21, 2015, Forum Communications and the Grand Forks Herald published an 1800 word feature about Erickson’s life.
It is important to understand the difference between a hard news format news item and a ‘feature.’ Features are much longer and allow significant liberties not allowed by Associated Press format writing and reporting rules.
It is not standard industry practice to announce a death through an emotional ‘feature’.
Erickson’s death should have been announced with a standard news item.
The Herald’s feature immediately attempted to influence the public with a powerful headline: “Devoured by demons: Grand Forks woman, 28, dies after battling alcoholism.”
The announcement and date of Erickson’s death did not appear immediately in the feature as it would have in a stand alone news item. Rather, the feature began with an impression forming narrative about her abuse of ‘alcohol’ (but no mention of drugs).
The date of February 27, 2015 was very significant because it all happened at the same time as the high-media event surrounding the police shooting of Elliott.
The feature was intended to drill into the readers head the concept of ‘alcohol’ and nothing else. That suggests somebody is/was attempting to stop the public from making any connections between the drugs associated with the Erickson death and other drug related crimes occurring at the same time.
As you will see, it is critical the reader take note of two things:
- The featured stated NO FOUL PLAY was suspected (despite what the neighbors heard and the Autopsy still not released to law enforcement )
- The feature made NO mention of DRUGS
|Caitlin Erickson, 28, was found dead at about 10 p.m. Feb. 27 in her Grand Forks apartment, said Grand Forks Deputy Police Chief Jim Remer.
Police have not released an official cause of death yet, as the case is still under investigation, but no foul play is suspected.
The feature was utterly saturated with key words and phrasings regarding alcohol. Some of the key words sprinkled throughout the 1800 word piece were:
- Alcohol is a drug
- Alcohol poisoning
- Bing drinking
The feature was an obvious exercise in overkill regarding alcohol.
The feature was also sprinkled with statistics on alcohol poisoning that further caused the reader to conclude Erickson died of alcohol poisoning.
At no point in the Herald’s feature did they mention drugs or pills. In fact, at point there is a sub-head created that says ‘Alcohol is a drug’.
Write Into Action believes the Herald feature was strategically designed and published to make the public believe they were learning the Cause of Death and Manner of Death of Caitlin Erickson before the Autopsy Report was complete.
CAITLIN ERICKSON DIED OF AN OVERDOSE ON DRUGS AND ALCOHOL IN A MANNER UNKNOWN
According to a GFPD report filed by Sgt. Bill Wyatt, he received the Autopsy results of Erickson’s death on April 16, 2015, which said the Cause of Death was “Multidrug and Ethanol toxicity.” The Manner of Death was “Undetermined.”
|The following is the definition of Manner of Death
Manner of Death
Essentially, there is no determination of how the overdose occurred and it’s known if it was natural or unnatural.
POLICE FOUND DRUGS AT THE SCENE
The astonishingly deceptive nature of the Herald feature and focus on ‘alcohol’ is found in the reality of what the police reports say.
“I then looked around the apartment to see what the female might have taken. Cpl. Buzzo found empty pill bottles on the end tables in the living room next to the couch. I again spoke with Parson who said that the female, Caitlin Erickson, said something about taking “Benzos.”
– GFPD Cpl. W. Holtz
“I yelled at Mario from the bedroom to the living room and asked him what kind of medication Caitlin had been taking. He stated she had taken pain medications and heroin in the past. He did not know for sure if she had taken narcotics on this occasion”
– GFPD Officer Wes Vert
“A quick look of the apartment only revealed a small baggie of pills located on the kitchen counter.”
– GFPD Sgt. W. Wyatt
“He stated that he knew the victim had a drinking problem and had done drugs in the past.”
– GFPD Sgt. W. Wyatt
“Parson said that the female had taken some pills.”
– GFPD Cpl W. Holtz
It is impossible the GFPD and Herald could have believed Erickson’s death was ‘alcohol poisoning’.
It was a drug overdose.
BLATANT FALSE REPORTING
The Herald writer, Charly Haley, made blatantly deceptive and contradictory statements to trick the reader into believing the deceased girl’s family had concluded Erickson died of alcohol poisoning and nothing else.
It requires significant conscious effort to compose propaganda, which is what Haley did.
|“Caitlin’s family and friends believe she probably died of alcohol poisoning.”
“Despite the North Dakota’s high binge drinking rates, statistics suggest it’s rare for people to drink themselves to death, as Caitlin’s family and friends suspect she did.”
Haley then covers the base at the very end of the feature.
|“Caitlin’s family members and friends still struggle with her death and have questions about how she died.”|
“…have questions about how she died.”
Which one is it, Charly?
CAITLIN ERICKSON’S MOTHER WAS CONCERNED ABOUT THE POLICE INVESTIGATION
According to a police report filed March 4, 2015, by GFPD Sgt. Bill Wyatt, Jan Erickson, Caitlin Erickson’s mother “was very concerned about the direction of the investigation.”
“She believed I told her the case was closed. I tried my best to ensure her that case is actively being worked and that we are waiting for toxicology results to give us a better idea as to what happened,” Wyatt reported.
“In an attempt to help the mother understand what had happened that day I called and asked Mario Parson to come to the Police Department and speak to me about the events of that day,” Wyatt reported.
On March 4, 2015 Parson went to the GFPD and spoke to Wyatt while recorded on a handheld recorder (why the interview was not video-taped, which captures body language, is not specified.)
The following is the beginning of that interview.
It was the only transcribed interview provided to Write Into Action by the GFPD per the full public records request.
|Q: (B. Wyatt) – all right MARIO the reason I asked you to come in was because I’ve been talking to CAITLIN’S mom.
A: (Mario Parson) – Uh-huh.
Q: As you can expect she’s a little distraught. She has a hundred questions.
Q: Um, a little accusatory in some of her conversations as far as what were doing and how were doing, so what I want to do…
Q: is I want to talk about Friday. From the time you guys up Friday, I want you to give me a real complete timeline of everything that happened that day.
Write Into Action observes:
- For some reason, Officer Wyatt felt compelled to immediately explain to Mario Parson why he wanted to talk to him. He explained it was because Jan Erickson was putting pressure on the police. Why not let Parson sweat regarding the statements by the neighbors about violence being heard at the scene?
- The feelings and disposition of Jan Erickson do not appear to in any way resemble what Charly Haley reported in the Grand Forks Herald regarding the “family” believing Caitlin Erickson simply drank herself to death via alcohol poisoning.
- At no time during the entire transcribed interview did Wyatt mention or ask Parson about the sounds of violence heard by the neighbor shortly before Parson found Caitlin Erickson dead.
- There are no records received by Write Into Action that show the police EVER asked Parson about the sounds of violence.
CASE FILED ‘INACTIVE’
On May 21, 2015, Officer Wyatt filed the Caitlin Erickson case ‘Inactive’.
“After conducting a case review with Lt. Johnson I have elected to file this case inactive. I have also spoken with the victim’s mother who has been involved throughout the investigation,” Wyatt reported.
Write Into Action continues to investigate.
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