Misty Croslin donation website may hold clues to HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 2, 2016 at 10:03 A.M.
The identity of the person(s) that recently erected a website to accept donations for Misty Croslin may hold clues to the 2009 kidnapping of HaLeigh Cummings.
Misty Croslin is presently serving a 25 year sentence for drug trafficking and has been called the “key” to HaLeigh’s disappearance by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.
The website, which is located at www.justiceformisty.com was erected for the express purpose of providing a Pay Pal feature where the public is encouraged to donate money to help pay for Misty Crolsin’s new attorney.
The website is peppered with irregularities.
The website does not name Misty Croslin's new attorney. It does not name the “friend of the family” that paid her retainer, nor does it provide any information regarding the identity of the person(s) actually receiving the donations.
Cursory background checks on the website trace it to North Carolina under what appears to be a non-existent zip code.
CLUE TO UNSOLVED KIDNAPPING
After being set up and published, the ‘Justice for Misty’ site was promoted on a website called www.radionewz.net – a cyber-harassment website based on an off-shore server and used to threaten and sexually harass individuals online - including children.
The Radionewz Blog is operated by multiple users including a convicted felon, Thomas Norman Olsen, Milton, Florida. Olsen is presently on probation facing significant prison time.
The Radionewz Blog is also operated by Levi H. Page, Tennessee. In 2010, Page erected an online professional media bio claiming to be a 34 year-old criminal investigator covering child kidnappings. In 2015 an investigation by the East Grand Forks Police Department in Minnesota revealed Page was only 20 years old in 2010 and had no education or credentials of any kind.
Page has spent his entire adult life interjecting himself into child kidnapping cases.
Page has repeatedly telephoned and contacted investigative journalist Timothy Charles Holmseth and threatened him to shut up and warned him to stop saying the missing child HaLeigh Cummings is alive.
In a 2010 interview with the Minneapolis FBI, Special Agent A. J. Eilermann told Timothy Holmseth there are people that want everybody to stop looking for HaLeigh.