Minnesota police department hands over private social security number of domestic violence victim to her abuser

Making a Murderer case in Minnesota gets stranger and stranger

By Timothy Charles Holmseth on July 21, 2018 at 10:18 A.M. CST

The 'Making a Murderer' case in Minnesota has gotten even more bizarre.

The police in East Grand Forks, Minnesota provided the social security number belonging to the 'victim' named in a domestic violence protection order - to the alleged abusive party - via a completely un-redacted background check contained amongst charging documents. This disturbing latest development was reported to East Grand Forks Police Chief Michael Hedlund and City Manager David Murphy, today.

The startling failure by East Grand Forks police is only the latest debacle in the bizarre case of Timothy Charles Holmseth, the investigative journalist and FBI witness who captured child sex traffickers on tape discussing their operations in Florida.

Holmseth is restrained from reporting what he found out about who created child pornography of a missing child from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings, as well as who really found the body of slain Orlando toddler Caylee Anthony.  

Holmseth is restrained by a domestic violence protection order' placed on him in Broward County, Florida, using dating law called 'Repeat Violence', by a person he never met in his life - but interviewed on the telephone from Minnesota.

Holmseth was arrested by the East Grand Forks police on February 19, 2018 for allegedly publishing already-public court records available at the Polk County Courthouse which, according to East Grand Forks City Attorney Ronald Galstad, is a violation of the Florida court order.

The records Holmseth allegedly published via You Tube onto a Google Drive contained actual recordings of attorneys, private investigators, and a Florida DCF child protection social worker discussing rape pornography of five year old HaLeigh Cummings - photos that were secret and not given to law enforcement.

The files were called "significant evidence" in a court order by Minnesota Judge Tamara Yon.


The bizarre case becomes easier to understand for anyone familiar with the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer - the film that featured an elaborate murder frame-up by police and officials of a man named Steven Avery.

Holmseth can show using documents how officials and law enforcement tried to frame him for rape and murder of HaLeigh Cummings.

Holmseth says Ronald Galstad, Galstad, Jensen, and McCann, is deeply and personally involved in the plot along with Rodney Hajicek and Aeisso Schrage.

Holmseth recently published records and official emails that reveal Drew Evans, the superintendant of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA), disavowed a claim that Galstad made in court to a State Judge about working with the BCA on a case regarding Holmseth.

Galstad's lie is of colossal importance because, according to Holmseth,  Galstad and the police were told about the rape porn of HaLeigh Cummings; they were told by the child traffickers that kidnapped the little girl.

Records show the traffickers told Galstad that someone had sent copies of the child porn photos to Holmseth who was reporting on the case. Galstad and the traffickers created a plan to seize Holmseth's computer - find the pictures - and claim he once had HaLeigh in his home using a false police report filed to the EGFPD by an Indiana PI who said Holmseth bragged he had HaLeigh.

In December of 2012 the Minnesota Pine to Prairie Gang and Drug Task Force in Polk County, Minnesota stormed Holmseth's home office with a search warrant and seized his computer.

The Warrant, which was signed by Judge Jeff Remick, stated the police were looking for something pertaining to the Broward County protection order, as well as drugs.

The police searched Holmseth's computer on December 28, 2012 and realized Holmseth did not have the photos. EGF Police Chief Michael Hedlund tried to hide evidence of the first search of the computer by officially stating the police kept no chain of evidence records for Holmseth's seized property.

Holmseth can prove the police searched the computer on December 28, 2012 because he was able to grab a screenshot of the computer's activity log shortly before the computer seized up - apparently because the police placed a virus in it before they gave it back.

On January 4, 2013 - Galstad, knowing nothing had been found on the computer lied to Judge Yon about communications he claimed were occurring with the forensics lab at the BCA. Galstad said the BCA told police they would forensically search Holmseth's computer if Galstad would obtain a second warrant or court order.

Galstad was lying and committed perjury.

Superintendant Drew Evans at the BCA states there was no communications whatsoever and the BCA did not attach the BCA evidence stickers that were on Holmseth's property.   

The Polk County Sheriff's Office later reported their investigator examined the hard-drive but found no sign of illegal activity.

Galstad kept Holmseth's computer until April 26, 2013 (4 months) and required Holmseth to withdraw his BAR complaint before giving it back.

On July 19, 2018 Holmseth had a court hearing in Crookston regarding Galstad's charges of violating the Broward court order. On the way to court, Holmseth was pulled over by an EGF police officer that appeared from nowhere and accelerated to catch up with his vehicle.

Holmseth called 911.


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