Tagged: Polk County

Pedophile’s gone wild!

U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel providing pedo-support for CNN group as multiple judicial communities run around like rats!

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on July 1, 2017 at 11:27 A.M. CST

The pedophile-ringa-a-palooza in the Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota is going international as pedogaters use President Donald Trump’s telephone number to intimidate publisher that is unraveling their enterprise.

From the murder of Caylee Anthony, to the kidnapping of HaLeigh Cummings, to the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, to the total bull-shit story the public was recently given about Jacob Wetterling, the goblins are running around like rats!

On Sunday, June 25, 2017, Timothy Charles Holmseth filed a formal complaint to the Office of the Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Defense regarding an Air Force officer, who is the son of the president of a group called Specialized investigative Consultants, Inc. that traffics in persons.

On June 28, 2017, one of the most disturbing people in the North Dakota judicial system, former military officer, now Grand Forks States Attorney David Jones, has asked the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office to prosecute accused child rapist George Lyons.

And hell – it only took eight years. Here’s what the Grand Forks Herald is reporting.

[George] Lyons’ case is being prosecuted by the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office, not the Grand Forks County State’s Attorney’s Office. Assistant Attorney General Britta K. Demello Rice is prosecuting the case for the state.

“This office is prosecuting the case at the request of the county’s state’s attorney,” Liz Brocker, spokeswoman for the Attorney General’s Office, told the Herald via email.

Brocker [N.D. Attorney General’s Office] deferred comment on why the request was made to the Grand Forks County State’s Attorney’s Office.

Grand Forks County State‘s Attorney David Jones declined to comment.

Of course he declined.

I’ll comment for scumbag Jones.

The reason the Grand Forks State’s Attorney’s Office asked the Attorney General to file the charges is because the Grand Forks State’s Attorney’s Office is COMPROMISED by a pedophile ring that involves Lyons.

By the way – I have express knowledge of court proceeding in Florida involving sex abuse by Lyons against a child in that State (he’s been all over the place).

Google ‘child porn’ and ‘University of North Dakota’ and see what you get.

Jones can’t bring the charges because Lyons says he’s engaged to be married to Assistant Grand Forks States Attorney Jodi Bass, which was announced on Bed Bath and Beyond and Facebook.

I know… how sweet, right?

Somebody should ask scumbag Jones what he does in his spare time with the boys down at the lodge.

Now ask yourself…Why is the State of North Dakota bringing charges for crimes Lyons committed in 2009-2010?


Mounting pressure.

Lyons was charged in Polk County, Minnesota in late December 2015 after the Polk County Goblins (Lt. Rodney Hajicek, EGF City Attorney Ronald Galstad, EGF Police Chief Michael Hedund, Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth, Pine to Prairie Task Force Commander Aeisso Schrage) could no longer hold off charging him because of mounting pressure on their end.

The Polk County Goblins are up to their eyeballs in a child sex trafficking and a baby-porn cover-up that involves providing material support for an operation called Specialized Investigative Consultants, Inc., which is receiving assistance from the United States Air Force.

The sex trafficking ring involves CNN, the military, and baby-snatchers that identify themselves as FBI and CIA agents.

Jacob Wetterling not murdered by Danny Heinrich
Washington man says his father murdered Minnesota boy – hospice notes may prove it
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 21, 2017, 12:05 P.M. CST

Never before heard audio of FBI child sex traffickers talking about child they kidnapped
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on June 23, 2017, 11:00 P.M. CST

‘Trafficking in Persons’ connected to U.S. Air Force officer reported Pentagon inspector general
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on June 25, 2017, 11:52 P.M. CST

CNN journalist for Nancy Grace filmed naked photos of raped missing child
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on June 27, 2017, 11:38 P.M. CST

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The Goblins of Polk County (sung to Okie from Muskogee)

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 6, 2017 at 9:27 P.M.


Minnesota Judge alerted to missing court records of State’s Attorney’s fiancé charged with child rape

Honorable Tamara Yon

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 28, 2017, 2:06 P.M. CST

Timothy Charles Holmseth
320 17th Street N.W.
Unit# 17
East Grand Forks, MN
218.230.1597 (cell)

In Re: Missing Court Record / George Robert Lyons

March 28, 2017

Assistant Chief Judge
The Honorable Tamara L. Yon
816 Marin Ave, Suite 210
Crookston, MN 56716

Honorable Yon,

I am contacting you in regards to an issue I perceive to be serious that involves a court file that appears to have entirely vanished from the State website.

There is no court file number for the case against George Robert Lyons. He was charged with 1st and 2nd degree sexual assault charges against a minor in January, 2016. The case was widely reported upon in the Grand Forks Herald and Valley News. Media reports make reference to court documents and court records. Yet, now there is no record at all.

I have contacted Polk County Court Administrator Kathy Narlock twice regarding this matter and she will not respond.

This is a public safety issue.

I am requesting the Court rectify this matter in every single way.

Timothy Charles Holmseth

Attached: March 27, 2017 Article, March 25, 2017 Letter to Jodi Bass


President Donald Trump describes corrupt media such as Forum Communications

“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.

Sure enough…

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.


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.

For example…

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.

Pembina County States Attorney Ryan Bialas

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.


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.

Cass County States Attorney Birch Burdick

But they weren’t – it was a mind trick.


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.

Forum Communications uses fake news to cover up police shooting. There is something mentally wrong with people that do this.

Forum Communications uses fake news to cover up police shooting. There is something mentally wrong with people that do this.

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).

Grand Forks County States Attorney David Jones

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”.


Rachel Hoffman and Andrew Sadek tragedy narrowly averted in Minnesota

Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Force faces intense media scrutiny after North Dakota teenager disappears

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

An 18 year-old girl from Grand Forks, North Dakota may have narrowly escaped the tragic fate that befell Rachel Hoffman and Andrew Sadek.

In a flurry of recent news articles regarding Jenna Stai, the teen that vanished amidst her involvement with the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force, two leading news organizations serving Northeast North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota have revealed something is amiss with the East Grand Forks Police Department (EGFPD).

The disappearance of Stai has only added to the pile of existing concerns regarding the embattled EGFPD.

The latest set of events to cast doubt on the EGFPD’s integrity involves the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force, and the appearance that police may have pressured a very young girl, charged with drug dealing, to enter the dangerous world of ‘confidential informant’.

However, bad news out of East Grand Forks and Polk County is longer anything new to the headlines.

In recent years, the City of EGF, EGFPD, Minnesota Public Defender’s Office, and Polk County Attorney’s Office have moved from one scandal to the next in what appears to be cover-ups of cover-ups.

In July, 2014, nine defendants were named in a federal deprivation of rights lawsuit filed in United States District Court by Timothy Charles Holmseth, a local journalist and author.

Since the filing of the lawsuit, the behavior of the EGFPD and Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force has become increasingly suspicious and erratic.


Police records show that in 2009, the EGFPD became involved with Mafia figures in Florida associated with Scott W. Rothstein.

In December, 2009, Rothstein, a corrupt Fort Lauderdale attorney, turned himself into federal authorities to face charges surrounding the largest Ponzi scheme in the history of Florida – $1.4 Billion. He was subsequently sentenced to 50 years in prison.

In the summer of 2009, business partners of Rothstein, under investigation by law enforcement for the kidnapping of HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings, as well as possessing information about the death of the Orlando toddler Caylee Marie Anthony, began telephoning the EGFPD.

The individuals calling the EGFPD wanted the police to arrest Timothy Holmseth.

When plans were made to fraudulently obtain a domestic violence protection order against Holmseth from a Broward County divorce court, which was filed by a person he had never personally met, but telephonically interviewed regarding the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping, Holmseth received death threats warning him to not show up for the hearing.

The EGFPD suspiciously neglected to investigate the death threats, but rather, began to actively assist the individuals threatening Holmseth in their attempts to shut down Holmseth’s publication.

The EGFPD subsequently utilized the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force to target Holmseth, a former award-winning newspaper reporter. Holmseth had conducted untold hours of interviews with key figures in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping case, while simultaneously providing valuable information to the Minnesota and Jacksonville FBI, which the FBI was acting upon in Florida.

In 2014, the City of EGF was exposed by Holmseth when he requested the Minnesota State Auditor investigate the City of EGF for financial fraud and corruption. An audit subsequently revealed local officials were committing loan fraud and laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars through a City agency that receives federal funding, in a scandal that became known as Boardwalk Enterprises.

In 2015, the EGFPD became embroiled in yet another scandal involving Jenna Stai, a missing person that temporarily disappeared after becoming involved with the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force.

The Jenna Stai missing person case closely resembles two tragic high profile cases where young, naïve, and un-trained persons were exploited by law enforcement to act as a drug informant.
In June, 2014, the body of 20-year-old Andrew Sadek, a student at the North Dakota College of Science, Wahpeton, North Dakota, was found in the Red River. Sadek died of a gunshot to the head. His body had a backpack full of rocks attached to it. He had been acting as a confidential informant for a police task force, which he signed onto after being busted for selling a total of $80 worth of marijuana in a school zone.

Andrew Sadek

Andrew Sadek

In May, 2008, Rachel Hoffman, a 23-year-old Florida State University graduate was murdered while acting as a police informant during a botched drug sting. Her body was recovered two days later near Perry, Florida.

Rachel Hoffman

Rachel Hoffman

The Tallahassee Police Department admitted that Hoffman had no training to work undercover. The officers involved in the operation were suspended with pay, and the family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city.

It appears the EGFPD may have taken a page right of the Tallahassee Police Department’s playbook.
Rapidly emerging facts in the Jenna Stai case indicate prosecutorial decisions are/were being made in real-time, based upon undocumented expectations of Stai.

Jenna Stai

Jenna Stai

The case bears stunning similarities to the Rachel Hoffman and Andrew Sadek cases.

Of particular note is the actual filing date of the criminal charges against Stai, because two additional charges were filed against her much later than the first two; and they were filed only after she failed to show up for a court hearing.

The original criminal complaint against Stai was filed on January 23, 2015 and contained two felony counts of sale of a controlled substance. Stai missed a court hearing for the drug charges and fell off the radar. The media subsequently announced that police and Stai’s family were seeking her whereabouts and asked for the public’s assistance in locating her.

In early February, after talking to Stai’s mother, Valley News Live reported the Jenna Stai missing person case was “eerily similar” to the Andrew Sadek case in Wahpeton. Stai’s mother told Valley News that Jenna had been cooperating with authorities and was terrified.

It is understandable that Jenna Stai’s family was concerned, because after Andrew Sadek’s body was found, KARE 11 reported, “Mother Tammy Sadek believes her son was pressured into working for the task force, and was murdered.”

Immediately upon Valley News Live reporting similarities between the Jenna Stai and Andrew Sadek cases, the Grand Forks Herald reported Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, EGFPD, said Stai was not a confidential informant for the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force – or any task force to his knowledge.

The Herald further reported it was the EGFPD that reached out to the media to denounce the assertion published by Valley News that there was similarities between the two cases.

On February 6, 2015 Jenna Stai turned herself into the EGFPD.

Interestingly, after the EGFPD unabashedly requested the media provide coverage to their assertions that Jenna Stai was not an informant, including a video statement from Hajicek, which was published by the Grand Forks Herald, the EGFPD did not issue a standard press release to the media when she turned herself in.

Rather, the EGFPD made a post on the police department’s Facebook page and then refused to discuss it any further with reporters.


EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund – Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek – Officer Aeisso Schrage  

The formal complaint against Jenna Stai was filed by Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, EGFPD. Details in the complaint show EGFPD Officer Aeisso Schrage was involved in the sting operation Stai was caught up in.

Police Chief Michael Hedlund, Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, and Officer Aeisso Schrage are all defendants in Holmseth v. City of East Grand Forks et al. The lawsuit is filed under 42-U.S.C.-1983 and alleges law enforcement and government officials violated a litany of Holmseth’s constitutional rights while clothed in the Color of Law.

The federal lawsuit specifically details how the EGFPD used the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force to seize Holmseth’s computer hard-drive and journalism work-product.

The seized property, by Chief Hedlund’s own admission, disappeared from all records for over three months, because neither the EGFPD nor the Polk County Sheriff’s Office kept any Chain of Evidence documentation.

However, the administrator log for the seized hard-drive shows the computer was turned on while in police custody, but, at a time no law enforcement agency will admit possession of the hard-drive.

There are now rapidly growing concerns about the activities of the EGFPD as its embattled officers continue to utilize the federally supported Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force.


The EGFPD’s history shows a reckless indifference toward missing children and teens.

In 2009, the FBI in Florida was searching for the missing child HaLeigh Cummings, 5. There was an Amber Alert for the kindergartner and the story dominated the national news.

In the summer of 2009, the FBI was acting on information they were receiving directly from Holmseth, an award-winning journalist living in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

In March of 2009, Holmseth had begun communicating with the kidnapping suspects in real time as they moved the child from location to location. He was given a wealth of information regarding a criminal organization in Florida that involved murder, police corruption, child sex trafficking, drug trafficking, and child pornography.

Holmseth acquired information about individuals impersonating clergy, satanic child rituals, and the sale of infants through the United States Embassy using fake adoption records and forged medical documents.

Police records show that at the exact same time Holmseth was assisting the FBI, the FBI’s kidnapping suspects were contacting Hajicek at the EGFPD and asking him to use the police department to pressure Holmseth into shutting up.

Hajicek did just that.

Hajicek took extraordinary measures to assist the out of state group.

Records show Hajicek was communicating by email with Art Harris, a former CNN correspondent working for the missing child’s mother, Crystal Sheffield, as a “media consultant.” Harris was also the official journalist for Nancy Grace on the HaLeigh Cummings disappearance.

Records obtained from the Polk County Attorney’s Office show Hajicek strategically removed his side of all email correspondences between himself and Harris, and then sent the emails to Polk County Attorney Greg Widseth to see if there was a criminal charge Widseth could develop against Holmseth.

Despite the fact there was an active Amber Alert for HaLeigh Cummings, and the case was being covered nationally on the Today Show, Greta Van Susteren, Geraldo, Jane Valez Mitchell, Nancy Grace, and elsewhere, Hajicek did not contact the FBI regarding the strange efforts by a suspicious Florida group to have a law-abiding local journalist arrested.

Had Hajicek done what a normal police detective typically does, the FBI would have recognized Holmseth’s name immediately, because they were acting on leads from him.

Rather, Hajicek chose to assist the Florida group, which were the exact same individuals being investigated in Florida by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office and FBI for the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping.

Hajicek showed absolutely no concern whatsoever for the welfare of the missing five year old girl.

The EGFPD’s attitude toward innocent children was not an isolated incident. Evidence shows a pattern of very disturbing and unnatural conduct by the EGFPD against young teen girls.

During the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force raid executed against Holmseth by four armed police officers wearing bullet proof vests, EGFPD Officer T. Hart attempted to enter the bathroom where Holmseth’s teenage daughter was undressed and preparing to take a bath.

The teenager was already in the bathroom when the police arrived and had no idea what was going on or who was trying to get in. The young girl had to fight in a tug-a-war struggle to keep Hart, who appears to be approximately 6’ 6” and 270 pounds, from opening the door. When the minor child emerged and verbally protested, Schrage said, ‘You’re lucky you’re a minor or we would have kicked the door in’.

During the raid, Sgt. Detective Chris Olson, EGFPD, asked Holmseth’s daughter where she worked. The very next day, Olson appeared at Perkins in Grand Forks and the teenage girl had to wait on him.

Only a few days after Olson’s first and only time ever visit to the young girl’s place of employment, EGF City Attorney Ronald Galstad visited Perkins while the teenager was working.

During each stalking event, Holmseth’s daughter immediately telephoned her father to tell him what they were doing.

During the return of Holmseth’s seized property, Schrage boasted to Holmseth that he had seized his teenage daughter’s cell phone during the raid and read all of the very private text messages between her and her boyfriend.

Schrage appeared excited to talk about the nature of the private texts.

On another occasion, during class at East Grand Forks High School, Galstad’s daughter abruptly announced to the entire high school class that some ‘crazy guy’ reported her dad to the FBI, which caused Holmseth’s daughter to get up and leave in the middle of class.

The young girl still has nightmares about the police.


Indisputable evidence exists to prove the EGFPD, EGF City Attorney, and the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force have engaged in serious corruption.

The proof comes in the form of actual statements made by EGF City Attorney Ronald Galstad to State District Judge Tamara Yon in open court regarding Galstad’s professed relationship with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA).

When Holmseth’s seized property was returned by order of the court, the items were covered with evidence stickers that had been obtained from BCA.

However, according to Minnesota Department of Public Safety and BCA, their agency played no role in the raid whatsoever and had absolutely no knowledge of it.

“The BCA had no role in the investigation you describe and did not attach any tags to evidence in that case,” said Jill Oliveira, public information officer, Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

The collaboration between Galstad, the EGFPD, and Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force was proven, when Galstad told Judge Yon in open court that he and his agents were working with the BCA.

“I’ve just been notified that the BCA, before they’ll do a forensic search of that computer, wants either an order of this Court or a search warrant that says that they can – –  we got the original search warrant, but for whatever reason the BCA wants something that says that they can actually search that hard-drive. So I am going to be either, one, asking – – or requesting an additional warrant for forensic search of that computer hard-drive or the Court can make that Order as they see fit, but I am going to be doing that,” Galstad said.

Galstad was lying.

“We were not requested to conduct a forensic examination on your computer, said Drew Evans, assistant superintendent, BCA.


There is a growing outcry from citizens regarding the EGFPD and the Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force.

Many of the concerns are appearing on social networking sites such as Facebook, where teenage girls in the age bracket of Jenna Stai and Holmseth’s daughter are becoming involved in expressing their feelings about the ongoing targeting of youth.

Many believe the EGFPD, Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force, and rogue government officials have betrayed the public’s trust, and the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office and Department of Justice need to intervene.

Boardwalk Enterprises and City of EGF reported to Department of Justice – National Department For Disaster Fraud

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

The activities of the Boardwalk Enterprises/EDHA/EGF loan fraud money laundering scheme have been reported to the Department of Justice.

The Complaint reads in part:

East Grand Forks city employees and elected leaders are using their positions to steal government money and enrich themselves. The flow of funds originated from state and federal disaster relief that came as result of the historic flooding of the Red River in 1997.

I reported the City of EGF to the Minnesota State Auditor on December 8, 2013, and requested an audit. At some point an audit was called for. On April 30, 2014, the Grand Forks Herald reported ‘$510,000 loan to EGF goes unpaid for 10 years’.

The fraud was connected to a group of local officials including the mayor, city attorney, EDHA director, and several others.

Attempts to cover up the fraud and organized criminal activity were made by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office and East Grand Forks Police Department. see above-mentioned lawsuit

The fraud involves a company called Boardwalk Enterprises LLP that borrowed over half a million dollars. Annual payments of $30,000 were supposed to begin in 2003 but never did. Not a single payment was ever made and the mortgage was never filed. Virtually all traces of the loan disappeared from the record. Neither the lender nor the loaner said anything.

On May 7, 2014, local officials held an official (closed) meeting with representatives of Boardwalk Enterprises and their (Boardwalk’s) attorney to discuss a ‘solution’ to the unpaid loan problem.

The May 7, 2014, meeting was suspicious because it was held at the private office of EGF City Attorney Ronald Galstad (Galstad, Jensen, & McCann).

On May 7, 2014, EGF city administrator David Murphy told WDAZ news that city officials met with representatives of Boardwalk Enterprises and their “attorney”. However – to this very day – Murphy and city officials will not disclose who Boardwalk Enterprises’ attorney was on May 7, 2014.

East Grand Forks City Attorney gave prosecutorial favors to x-rated website

Evidence shows City of EGF officials actively assisting in cover-up of child kidnapping

Ronald Galstad, the attorney for East Grand Forks, used his prosecutorial authority to charge and illegally incarcerate a perceived enemy of the website http://www.radionewz.net.

The website’s enemy is Timothy Charles Holmseth, author/journalist, East Grand Forks, Minnesota. The reason Holmseth has been targeted is because he knows the missing child HaLeigh Cummings was alive on April 26, 2009, and he knows who she was with.

Shocking new evidence reveals that in 2011, Galstad and the East Grand Forks Police Department (EGFPD) conspired with a professional colleague of Galstad, to bring the State of Minnesota vs. Timothy C. Holmseth.

Holmseth is the Plaintiff in a civil rights lawsuit against the City of East Grand Forks and Polk County Sheriff’s Office, which was formally filed by the U.S. Clerk of Court on July 22, 2014.

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