Lyrics and vocals by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 16, 2017 at 10:08 A.M.
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 6, 2017 at 9:27 P.M.
“They’re bad people – there’s something wrong with them”
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 19, 2017, 6:03 P.M. CST
President Donald Trump recently described the criminal mental illness at work within elements of the American media.
During a recent interview with Jesse Watters on FOX News, President Trump commented on the recent acquisition and publication of his private tax returns by the weirdoes at MSNBC.
“They’re bad people – there’s something wrong with them,” Trump said.
Trump was referring to news media figures such as Rachael Maddow, who published his 2005 tax returns, and appeared to be physically vibrating with excitement that she was able to use a national television platform to do something that was bad and wrong.
But this freakish activity by cult-like weirdoes that appear to get a thrill up their leg when engaging in deception is quite common.
Trump’s characterization, describes exactly, what is occurring at Forum Communications and within an organized criminal cartel operating in North Dakota and Minnesota.
“They just don’t respect the law and we have to change that,” Trump said.
In 2016, Write Into Action discovered the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) is engaging in systemic corruption and criminal collusion with many North Dakota States Attorney’s offices to cover up true facts surrounding police shootings and other serious crimes.
Most of the efforts appear to conceal an international drug trafficking operation that involves bad actors within local and state police, along with the United States Border Patrol and the Grand Forks Air Force Base.
The Office of North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem (BCI) regularly colludes with State Prosecutors to utilize Forum Communications to fool the public regarding investigations.
Write Into Action’s most recent discovery of Forum Communications conspiring against the public involves the tragic death of Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer.
Moszer was shot in the line of duty in February, 2016.
Forum Communications reported, categorically, that Officer Moszer was shot and killed by Marcus Schumacher.
Schumacher was subsequently encouraged, during negotiations, to kill himself. He was then shot by a SWAT sniper.
Acting upon tips from the public, Write Into Action initiated an independent journalistic investigation into the Schumacher/Moszer shooting case.
There are no BCI reports or ballistic tests that support what Forum Communications reported to the public.
Evidence does clearly show Moszer was accidently shot and killed by friendly fire from a fellow officer in a dark alley in what appears to be a tragic case of mistaken identity (Write Into Action is presently preparing that for future publication).
Cass County States Attorney Birch Burdick colluded with WDAY-TV (Forum Communications) during a sit down interview to use ‘fake news’ to fool the public about what happened and falsely accuse Marcus Schumacher of shooting Officer Moszer.
The regular practice of the ‘fake news’ deception by Forum Communications is a polished one.
THE SCHEME EXPLAINED
North Dakota States Attorneys and/or Forum Communications news presenters will refer to the ‘BCI investigation’ when explaining the basis for an official decision.
It’s a trick.
According to the BCI, their agency only processes the crime scene and conducts interviews. The BCI maintains it does not submit an opinion, make recommendations, or influence the decision-making process of the State Prosecutor in any way (beyond turning over its reports).
Essentially – the State Prosecutor and Forum Communications trick the public into believing the BCI made a recommendation and its simply being followed.
It’s a trick.
Write Into Action has discovered States Attorney’s across the state of North Dakota have been regularly using this trick to fool the public.
This illusion was used by Pembina County States Attorney Ryan Bialas when Pembina County Deputy Brad Bowman shot Clifford Edward Monteith III on a rural highway late at night.
In this case, an eye witness, Sara Letexier, told police she pulled up onto the scene and witnessed Monteith lying on the highway, which did not match the official story that cleared the officer in the shooting.
Bialas told Write Into Action that the BCI were the investigators. He then claimed the BCI told him Letexier was mistaken in his observation.
The BCI reports make no such statement, whatsoever.
However – the BCI never steps forward to correct the false impressions being created by the States Prosecutors in these cover ups.
DECEPTION EXAMPLE / OFFICER MOSZER SHOOTING
Forum Communications used news reporters and presenters to make the most defamatory of the statements (e.g. – a WDAY presenter unequivocally stated Marcus Schumacher shot Officer Moszer) to be made about the case.
WDAY Producers cleverly sprinkled quotes from States Attorney Birch Burdick into the fake news segment. The Burdick quotes complimented the lies told by the WDAY presenter (without requiring Burdick, himself, to lie outright on TV) thus creating the illusion, in the subconscious mind of the viewer, that the WDAY presenter’s comments were based upon official statements from Burdick.
But they weren’t – it was a mind trick.
MORE PROOF OF COLLUSION
Write Into Action obtained evidence of blatant fake news deception by Forum Communications regarding their news coverage of a police shooting in Grand Fork, North Dakota.
In February, 2015, a University of North Dakota campus police officer emptied his entire clip into an unarmed man, David James Elliott, who was trying to reach the safety of the Altru Hospital Emergency Room without getting shot.
Write Into Action began ordering police cam videos of the shooting, which appeared to activate collusion behind the scenes between WDAZ-TV (Forum Communications) and the Grand Forks Police Department.
Before Write Into Action was able to obtain the videos, WDAZ announced they would be publishing videos from the night of the David Elliott shooting.
WDAZ producers and GFPD Police Chief Mark Nelson conspired to conceal the time-stamps of the police body-cams. Producers strategically covered the time-stamp with Staci Van Dyke’s shoulder. In a second clip, they placed the WDAZ logo over the time-stamp.
Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones completely cleared Jerad Braaten, the officer that shot David Elliott, despite the fact Braaten got rid of his dash-cam and tried to hide his body-cam under his squad car (Write Into Action has obtained a video of the shooting which will be released in the future).
No evidence even remotely supports Jones’ conclusion published in a bizarre undated letter.
In 2016, George Lyons, was arrested in Polk County, Minnesota for first degree sexual assault upon a young minor girl. Lyon’s then announced on his Facebook page that he was engaged to be married to an Assistant State Prosecutor at the Grand Forks County States Attorney’s office; his entire case file then disappeared from the Minnesota Court’s register of actions.
The collective behavior pattern of Forum Communications and North Dakota public officials is destructive to the health of our society, and only serves to create a sick culture that is friendly and conducive to organized crime and violent pedophiles.
Normal people that want to raise their children in a safe community understand the difference between right and wrong.
Trump’s characterization of these people could not be said any better.
“They’re bad people – there’s something wrong with them”.
ND Governor Jack Dalrymple’s Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem implicated in police cam destruction plot
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on September 20, 2016, 12:24 P.M. CST
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalyrmple, Donald Trump’s tentative agriculture advisor, is tangled up in a police shooting cover-up regarding a 2015 police shooting of an un-armed man in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Details of the multi-agency cover-up of the police shooting is set forth in HOLMSETH V. CITY OF GRAND FORKS ET AL.
Gov. Dalrymple has been contacted by Plaintiff Timothy Holmseth regarding this matter.
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Timothy Charles Holmseth
320 17th Street N.W.
East Grand Forks, MN
In Re: Police Shooting / Drug Trafficking / Cover-up
September 20, 2016
Office of Governor
State of North Dakota
600 East Boulevard Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58505-0100
Dear Governor Dalrymple,
First, I would like to congratulate you on your appointment to Donald Trump’s advisory committee.
Certainly, as a trusted advisor to the president of the United States, public safety and on goings within law enforcement in the state of North Dakota will surely reflect upon both of you.
Mr. Trump’s declaration to be the “law and order” president will certainly be affected by the people he surrounds himself with.
I am contacting you today in regards to a serious public safety issue that is plaguing North Dakota and surrounding areas.
Plainly spoken – elements of law enforcement operating in North Dakota have developed a multi-agency network to operate a criminal syndicate that is running drugs and killing people. This network is being run through law enforcement in Grand Forks and the University of North Dakota.
As an investigative journalist I became very focused on two cases that occurred in Grand Forks on February 27-28, 2014.
- The police shooting of David James Elliott (an unarmed man)
- The unsolved murder of Caitlin Jenna Erickson
The evidence of a cover-up by officials in the David Elliott shooting is so magnificently profound and disturbingly arrogant, its spiritual roots must slither up from the same source that compels Hillary Clinton’s arrogance as she dismisses evidence showing she destroyed emails and casually watched as men were tortured to death in Benghazi.
I’ll be direct – North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s BCI and Attorney David Jones at the Grand Forks States Attorney’s Office factually KNOW a UND police officer attempted to murder an unarmed man (David Elliott) in a hospital parking lot.
These cretans factually know the University of North Dakota Police Department, Grand Forks Police Department and Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office assisted in hiding the truth from the public.
Efforts by law enforcement to suppress the truth about what I discovered became so obnoxious and blatant that in the summer of 2016, Mark Nelson, the chief of police at the GFPD issued a Special Order so the officer body and dash cam evidence of the David Elliott shooting could be destroyed before I could access and report on it.
Understanding you have the “law and order” president’s ear; I am alerting you to this public safety crisis in North Dakota and Northern Minnesota. It would be very unfortunate if Mr. Trump’s reputation was tainted by connections to such odious underworld activities by trusted officials that pop up on his staff.
Enclosed you will find two videos I produced using police cam evidence I was able to obtain before the City of Grand Forks and PSAP stopped providing public records to me citing federal court case HOLMSETH V. CITY OF GRAND FORKS ET AL. and deeming the records legal Discovery.
Timothy Charles Holmseth
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There’ll be the breaking of the ancient western code
Your private life will suddenly explode
There’ll be phantoms, there’ll be fires on the road
and the white man dancing
You’ll see a woman hanging upside down
Her features covered by her fallen gown
and all the lousy little poets coming round
tryin’ to sound like Charlie Manson
and the white man dancin’
– L. Cohen / The Future
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 12, 2016, 11:47 A.M. CST
The apocalyptic specter of lawless road warrior pirates ruthlessly pursuing and murdering citizens out on the open road is no longer a futuristic nightmare from a Leonard Cohen song – it has turned to a reality in North Dakota.
Public officials and law enforcement officers are collectively lying about facts and circumstances surrounding a police shooting of an unarmed man and State investigators assigned to investigate the shooting have clearly been instructed to cover it up by North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.
Write Into Action’s investigation into the February, 2015 shooting of David James Elliott has uncovered new photographic evidence that shows Elliott was not being legally disobedient – but was running for his life.
Police dash and body-cam video shows law enforcement did, in fact, attempt to harm or kill Elliott somewhere out in the darkness of the North Dakota highways – and then lied about it.
The new evidence begins to explain why Elliott suddenly fled police and then telephoned 911 for help – a 911 call that would last 107 minutes until the moment he was shot six times – three times in the head. The new evidence sheds light on the larger situation that involved thousands of pills that were found by BCI agents in Elliott’s vehicle after the shooting; felony possession of drugs that nobody was ever charged with.
Available video shows officers repeatedly assure Elliott that nobody is going to hurt him and he needs to stop his vehicle. The assurance by police that nobody is going to harm him is compelling, because although nearly every word Elliott says is redacted by the GFPD – official investigative records show Elliott repeatedly spoke of the police ‘shooting him’.
Note: Write Into Action is still pursuing the 911 records and has been told they will cost $500.00
Write Into Action has discovered new evidence that Elliott was likely involved in drug trafficking with law enforcement officers and had cause to believe he was going to be killed.
THE NEW EVIDENCE – DAVID ELLIOTT’S RIGHT TAIL LIGHT
According to the official story, UND police officer Jerad Braaten shot Elliott six times in the Altru Hospital parking lot – moments after Elliott accelerated (on four flat tires) and bumped into a Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office Expedition – head on.
Write Into Action has discovered photographic PROOF that Elliott’s vehicle was seriously damaged at some point during the bizarre two hour pursuit across multiple counties by North Dakota deputies and state troopers that admit they did not activate their red lights (which activates the dash-cam).
Deputies and troopers claimed they did not activate their red lights because they were only “following” Elliott during that time.
However – if the law enforcement officers ‘following’ Elliott did not activate their red lights, they certainly would have no justification in ramming his vehicle or attempting a PIT maneuver.
But something happened to cause damage to Elliott’s truck during the pursuit.
The problem with the damage to Elliott’s pick-up truck is – only one collision was reported during the entire pursuit; and that allegedly occurred at the very end and prompted the shooting.
Photographic evidence from officer dash-cam video shows Elliott’s pick-up truck has two working tail lights at the beginning of the pursuit, which began a few minutes before 11 P.M. on February, 27, 2015. However – by the end of the pursuit – his right tail light is missing and wires are dangling out.
Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones composed a letter to UND police Chief Eric Plummer summarizing the pursuit and shooting. In the letter, Jones said, Elliott refused to stop and “accelerated his vehicle toward Grand Forks Police and Sheriff’s Officer vehicles nearly striking two vehicles and leaving that scene at a high rate of speed.”
There were no mention of any other collisions other than the one police claim occurred at the very end.
Photographic evidence shows the GFSO Expedition driven by Deputy Andy Schneider has damage on the front right corner panel. According to the official version, the damage seen on Schneider’s vehicle was caused by Elliott at the very end of the pursuit only moments before the shooting.
ELLIOTT ONLY DROVE FORWARD
At that time, Elliott “accelerated rapidly,” hitting a Grand Forks County Sheriff deputy’s squad car head on, Weigel said. It was then that the unnamed UND police officer fired his weapon into the pickup, hitting Elliott, Weigel said.
– Grand Forks Herald / March 3, 2015
Rost said Elliott’s pickup struck the right front end of the Expedition and would have hit the Expedition head-on had the deputy not tried to back his vehicle up.
– Grand Forks Herald / March 5, 2015
Write Into Action prepared a frame by frame timed synopsis of what occurred moments before Elliott was shot.
At approximately 12:47:07 in the dash cam videos, you can see Elliott come to complete stop in the hospital parking lot in front of the Emergency Room, which appears to have been his desired destination. His tires had all been flattened by spike strips.
An officer can be seen running toward Elliott’s vehicle and he again proceeds forward at 12:47:11 (four seconds later).
At 12:47:21 the sound of shots being fired are heard (ten seconds after he proceeds forward)
At 12:46:25 an officer is heard saying, “shots fired, shots fired.”
No collision is seen in the video released by police, nor is the actual shooting.
The shooter, Jared Braaten, told BCI investigators he forgot to install his memory card into the dash-cam on the night he shot Elliott. He also said his body-cam didn’t pick up anything because he wasn’t wearing his regular uniform and it didn’t fit right.
ANDREW SADEK and OTHER CASES
Write Into Action is investigating the involvement of drug task force agents and a mafia type operation comprised of public officials, court officers, law enforcement, and military personnel that worship ‘Lucifer the light bearer’.
Write Into Action is investigating the involvement of the Grand Forks Narcotics Task Force and Minnesota Pine to Prairie Task Force in serious crimes including murder.
Note: Write Into Action is still pursuing the 911 records and has been told they will cost $500.00
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Altru shooting 911 records: ‘Second person’ and ‘thousands of pills’ cast doubt upon official narrative of Altru police shooting – – – Did call to police by Wells Fargo cleaning lady interrupt drug activity involving law enforcement?
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 6, 2016, 10:13 P.M. CST
Several members of the University of North Dakota football team are operating an interstate drug trafficking operation.
According to an UND insider that spoke with Write Into Action, the drug trafficking ring is comprised of as many as seven football players.
UND football players Iwarri Smith and were arrested on March 6, 2016 for drug related charges.
However, according to Write Into Action’s source, the extent of the drug trafficking is much larger than the public has been told.
“There’s a huge drug trafficking ring at UND and they’re all part of the football team,” the insider said.
Although the media has reported the arrest of two football players, up to seven players have been removed from the football team.
“They sell cocaine, ecstasy, pot – you name it. They bring it in from California,” the insider said.
UND has been plagued with drug related problems in the past years.
Multiple overdose deaths, and the senseless shooting of an unarmed man by a UND police officer are creating questions about the true hierarchy that governs the extensive drug trade in the region.
According to the source, it is common knowledge at UND that the drug trade involves members of law enforcement.
Did call to police by Wells Fargo cleaning lady interrupt drug activity involving law enforcement?
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on April 3, 2016, 1:22 P.M. CST
Was David James Elliott shot six times, including three times in the head, by a UND police officer, after a cleaning lady’s call to police interrupted drug activity in a vehicle that contained a law enforcement officer?
Evidence is emerging as Write Into Action investigates.
‘Thousands of pills’ and an ‘unidentified second person’ in the vehicle of the unarmed man shot by a UND police officer in February, 2015, is creating serious questions about the true events surrounding the Altru hospital parking lot shooting of David James Elliott.
Write Into Action has acquired a transcription of the call to police by Karen Yungen, the cleaning lady at Wells Fargo Bank, Grand Forks, who called police on February 27, 2015, reporting a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot.
In the transcription, which contains no “Time” for the call, Yungen said there’s “people in the truck”.
The Grand Forks Police Department (GFPD) has never named any second person being in Elliott’s vehicle or involved in the events that unfolded, which involved:
- High speed chase
- Slow speed chase
- One hour and fifteen minute cell phone call to 911 by David Elliott after the chase began where Elliott talked to GFPD officer Matt Bullinger (Write Into Action is still pursuing a copy of that call)
- Shooting of David Elliott in the Altru hospital parking lot by UND police officer Jared Braaten
- Thousands of pills in Elliott’s vehicle
According to records obtained by Write Into Action from the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), Special Agent Quam reported, “Also, located during the search of the vehicle were thousands of prescription pills.”
Oddly, no criminal charges involving drugs were ever brought in the case, which is now concluded.
Statements by the GFPD appear to support Yungen’s reference to multiple persons in Elliott’s vehicle. During a press conference on March 3, 2015, Lt Dwight Love, GFPD, referred to more than one person being in the vehicle.
|Reporter (Steve Wagner/Grand Forks Herald): So did an officer actually get out of the vehicle at Wells Fargo to communicate with him or was it something less than that?
Lt. Dwight Love: I don’t believe he did. I think as soon as the officer arrived on scene, they left.
BCI documents also reveal very strange discrepancies between the time of Yungen’s 10:41 P.M. call to police, and the time of the (Yungen) call stated in the BCI interview of the responding officer, Dan Harvala.
“The cleaning woman inside the bank called in the complaint around 11:30 p.m., to 11:40 p.m.” the BCI report said.
|Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala and Grand Forks Police Department Officer Matt Bullinger responded to a low party complaint. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala indicated there was a suspicious vehicle complaint from the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) pending and that once he cleared the low party complaint he responded to the suspicious vehicle complaint. Grand Forks Police Department Officer Dan Harvala said that the suspicious vehicle was for a black pickup in the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Bank, Grand Forks, North Dakota. The cleaning woman inside the bank called in the complaint around 11:30 p.m., to 11:40 p.m.
The significantly later, 11:30 – 11:40 P.M. time-window, stated in the BCI report, receives support in another statement made by Lt. Love where he refers to the call being made in the “morning hours”.
|Reporter (female): What did the caller say was suspicious about the vehicle?
Lt. Dwight Love: Ummm, I guess I haven’t r… I can’t recall the report what was suspicious about that vehicle. I think it was in the Wells uhhh, Fargo bank parking lot – and it was at, in the morning hours so I think that in itself probably caused somebody to report that. That’s kind of odd at that time you know when the banks not open.
Questions also exist about how many officers initially responded to the Wells Fargo Bank suspicious vehicle call. Statements by Lt. Love during the March 3, 2015 press conference indicate multiple officers responded.
|“On Friday night, February 27, officers responded to the Wells Fargo parking lot in reference to a suspicious person. When they arrived they saw a vehicle leaving the area. They saw that vehicle commit a traffic violation. They attempted to stop that vehicle. And that led to a high speed pursuit,” said GFPD officer Lt. Dwight Love.|
The reference to multiple officers is odd, because there is no indication that any other officer except Harvala was involved in the initial attempted traffic stop of Elliott; and the BCI report does not state any other officer being with Harvala in his squad car.
Another example of Lt. Love referring to multiple police officers being involved in the very first attempt to pull Elliott over for running s atop sign is when he said, “They initiated a traffic stop.”
|Reporter (female): Yesterday Chief Nelson said that Grand Forks officer’s initiated a chase – where did it actually begin?
Lt. Dwight Love: Which one?
Reporter (female): The first one.
Lt. Dwight Love: The first one – it began just outside the Wells Fargo parking lot – I think it was at an intersection around that area where he violated a traffic stop sign – uh they initiated a traffic stop – he didn’t stop.
Write Into Action is investigating several other official statements that don’t seem to fit the official narrative given to the public by law enforcement.
One BCI entry is very odd when viewed in the chronological timeline “Trooper (Brittany) Schmidt stated at 11:30 p.m., the vehicle from the earlier pursuit was located in Grand Forks. There was no pursuit at this time,” said the BCI report.
Another BCI entry is odd and involves the possible second person.
|Right before getting to the Oslo exit, Trooper Peschong turned his emergency lights off because of DAVID ELLIOTT’s prior actions, and Trooper Peschong did not want to spook him and cause another pursuit. As Trooper Peschong went over the overpass he saw ELLIOTT parked on the southbound ramp nearly on the interstate. ELLIOTT was standing by the driver’s side door of the pickup. Trooper Peschong went past the exit and turned around.
-ND BCIWhen Peschong got to the Oslo exit he headed southbound on the ramp. Trooper Peschong stated he was nervous while approaching the on-ramp because ELLIOTT was suicidal and he did not know if ELLIOTT had any weapons. As Trooper Peschong approached the on-ramp, he noticed that ELLIOTT and his vehicle were no longer there.
It is not yet known if Elliott dropped someone off by the side of I-29 for Peschong to pick up.
Write Into Action presently has multiple outstanding requests for public records to the GFPD and UND Police Departments.
UND Police Chief Eric Plummer has not responded whatsoever to Write Into Action’s request for public records.
Karen Yungen was contacted but did not reply.