Broward County: ‘Coincidence or Connection’ with Debbie Wasserman Schultz voice changer calls

Minnesota journalist telephoned and threatened - accused of electronically creating full conversations between people discussing $231 Million biofuel scheme in Florida

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on September 21, 2017, 9:26 A.M. CST

 According to court documents, the office of former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz called the law firm that is suing the DNC using a voice changer – and forgot to disable caller ID, reported Breitbart News.

This tactic appears to be a growing trend in Broward County, Florida.

The exact same tactic is being used to threaten a journalist in Minnesota that obtained evidence regarding a half-million dollar biofuel scheme involving former Florida Governor Charlie Christ and convicted Ponzi schemer Scott W. Rothstein.

Many of the calls are coming from Florida government offices.

Timothy Charles Holmseth has received voice changer calls from telephone numbers of Donald Trump (Trump Organization, Mara-A-Lago Resort, Doral Resort), Clinton Global, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Republican National Committee, CNN, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s Office, and others.

The caller gave Holmseth a list of names of persons he could not talk about which included “Pam Bondi” and “Marco Rubio”.

Holmseth obtained secret audio regarding a massive biofuel scheme while investigating a child kidnapping in 2009. Holmseth knows at least one of the discs sent to him came from William E. Staubs, a private investigator out of Broward County, Florida.

Holmseth received recordings in the mail on multiple occasions that reveal the same individuals involved in the kidnapping of HaLeigh Cummings, and the murder of Caylee Anthony, were involved in a scheme surrounding a company called Alternative Biofuel Technologies (ABT).

ABT was seized by federal authorities during the RICO investigation of former Ft. Lauderdale Attorney Scott. W. Rothstein.
The most recent voice changer call was two days ago on a restricted line that warned Holmseth he was being sued because, according to the caller, Holmseth electronically fabricated hundreds of hours of interviews to implicate players.

The Wasserman-Schultz situation resembles the Holmseth calls in several ways including the targeting of law offices. On one occasion, Staubs asked Holmseth to be quiet while he telephoned his own attorney, Doug Roberts, Stearns, Roberts & Guttentag, LLC.

Holmseth has contacted Attorney Roberts regarding the threats made in his name.

Holmseth has a case filed in Minnesota district court regarding threats against his family that included a plot to have his children taken away if he didn’t keep his mouth shut.

One voice changer message threatened to kidnap Holmseth’s granddaughter.








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