Retired FBI agent Pete Klismet involved in Planned Parenthood shooting?

Write Into Action calling for former FBI agent to be investigated by FBI and DHS for domestic terrorism

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 2, 2016 at 11:43 P.M.

Was former FBI agent Pete Klismet following Robert Lewis Dear the day Dear traveled to the Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs where he killed three people – wounding nine.

Suspicion is tightening on Klismet and his potential involvement in very serious crimes.

Some believe Klismet may be impersonating an FBI agent despite being retired. 

Pete Klismet

Relatively unknown in the field of criminal profiling, Klismet has repeatedly interjected himself into several national profile murder cases in Colorado.

Klismet recently told KRDO, Channel 13, Colorado Springs, that Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Lewis Dear is showing signs of paranoid schizophrenia, despite Klismet having never met or interviewed him.

Or has he?

The question now being raised is – is the paranoia actually on the part of Klismet?  

There’s reason to believe Klismet is worried about Dear speaking out about his life and events leading up to the shooting.

Following the mass shooting, Dear told CBS news that FBI agents followed him from Hartsel to the Colorado Springs clinic, and that the agents even warned people inside the Planned Parenthood clinic that he was coming.

Dear’s utter contempt for who believed to be ‘FBI agents’ was very clear when he described their actions as he approached the Planned Parenthood facility.

“When I got there, of course, those guys knew I was armed, knew everything about me. They slither off like snakes and they get the local cops to do their dirty work, so that’s why the shootout was there,” Dear told KCNC.

Dear said the FBI had been harassing him year after year. He said they broke into his trailer in rural Colorado and cut holes in his clothes.

Were the people following Dear actually FBI agents? Or did he just think they were?

Stalking, harassing, tormenting, and illegally entering a person’s residence to cut holes in a man’s clothes is completely illegal and forbidden by both state and federal law.

Klismet’s continued interjection into the Planned Parenthood shooting and attempts to discredit Dear have raised the question – was Klismet one of the people following Dear?

Klismet’s behavior can no longer be ignored.

In 2015, Klismet suddenly became involved in the Dylan Redwine murder investigation. He said he was brought in by the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office (LCSA) to assist.


The obvious question is – why didn’t the LCSA bring in a known criminal profiler from the real FBI?

Klismet told news reporters “I’ve been doing this for 30 years, and I have yet to get one wrong.” He told news stations in July, 2015, that he identified a person of interest.

One month later in August, 2015, the LCSA announced Dylan’s manner of death was “homicide” and named his father, Mark Redwine, as a person of interest.

It was also reported new evidence had been found near where Dylan's remains were located.

And - Klismet had been there.

The true body of evidence in the Dylan Redwine case is not pointing at Mark Redwine – it’s pointing at the LCSA, Klismet, and Redwine’s mother, Elaina Hall.

But the suspicion about Klismet does not end there.

Evidence exists that essentially proves Klismet is a complete fraud.

On July 9, 2015, a Web radio host named Levi Page announced Klismet would be appearing on his program. The announcement appeared on a cyber-harassment website called The site is situated on an off-shore Web server and not subject to U.S. jurisdiction for subpoenas.

No respectable retired FBI agent would ever associate with an x-rated website that shows cartoons of animals raping each other.

Either Klismet got one wrong as a profiler – or he is actually closely associated with Page and the website, behind the scenes.

Here is an example of Klismet’s ability to ‘profile’.

In July, 2015, Levi Page was investigated by the East Grand Forks Police Department in Minnesota regarding threats, intimidation, and sexual commentary targeted against children that was published on

The police investigation discovered that in 2010, Levi Page lied about his age in a professional Web bio where he claimed to be a 34 year-old “criminal investigator” covering child kidnappings. It was discovered Page was only 20 years old in 2010 and had no background or credentials. 

The entire false bio is now being assessed as an actual blueprint for a media apparatus that provides witness intimidation for a child sex-trafficking and pornography operation responsible for multiple torture deaths of kidnapped children.

Write Into Action is calling for Pete Klismet to be interviewed by the real FBI and Department of Homeland Security for engaging in acts of domestic terrorism.

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