Fargo police shooting - friendly fire cover-up
Truth to be released to public
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 14, 2017, 10:32 P.M. CST
The American public has been lied to about who fired the shot that killed Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer.
Officer Jason Moszer was shot and killed in the line of duty on February 10, 2016 after responding to a Fargo, North Dakota residence where a domestic incident had intensified, firearms became involved and a stand-off ensued.
Officer Moszer responded to 308 9th Avenue North along with other local police officers from agencies including the Red River Valley SWAT Team, Cass County Sheriff’s Department and North Dakota Highway Patrol.
The WDAY-TV news clip that I am going to show you, will demonstrate that Forum Communications in conjunction with ABC, broadcast that Marcus Schumacher – the man that stood off against police in his home - is the person that shot and killed Officer Jason Moszer.
The clip is relatively short – following the clip I will tell you what’s really going on.
While you observed the WDAY news presenter, at the introduction of the segment, categorically state Marcus Schumacher shot and killed Officer Jason Moszer, you will note that Cass County State’s Attorney Birch Burdick, who sat down with WDAY for a very formal interview regarding the case, never stated, on behalf of the State, that Marcus Schumacher shot and killed Officer Jason Moszer.
That’s because he didn’t.
However – Attorney Burdick cryptically telegraphed the truth about what happened when he said, “Schumacher was putting a lot of people at risk. He fired a lot”.
Based upon tips from the public, Write Into Action has initiated an independent journalistic investigation into the Moszer/Schumacher shooting, which includes the entire investigation file of the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
Write Into Action reached out to Attorney Burdick and asked the State Prosecutor if he stood by the statement made by WDAY and himself during their coordinated news story.
It was important Attorney Burdick be asked the question because the WDAY news story accused Marcus Schumacher of murder.
Attorney Burdick responded to say that he felt my questions were primarily directed to the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
I advised Attorney Burdick that I am aware all final decisions in criminal cases are made by the State’s Attorney, and that according to BCI Special Agent Michael Ness, the BCI processes the scene and conducts interviews but provides no opinion regarding the facts and has no influence over prosecutorial decisions.
Attorney Burdick, now, will not state whether or not he stands by the assertion that Marcus Schumacher.
That’s because Marcus Schumacher did not commit murder.
The news story reported that all the details of the night had not yet been released.
And that’s going to change.
Write Into Action is preparing the evidence of what happened and will be presenting it to the public once it’s prepared.