Wayne Stenehjem BCI cover-ups reported by media for years

Candidate for North Dakota Governor has hidden and dark agenda

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on May 2, 2016, 9:31 A.M. CST

The well coordinated cover-up of a police shooting in Grand Forks, North Dakota is revealing a very disturbing back-story to the ND Attorney General who is now seeking the State's highest position.

The North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) cover-up of the attempted murder of David James Elliott by a UND police officer in the Altru hospital parking lot in Grand Forks is nothing new.

North Dakota AG Wayne Stenehjem

Multiple news reports over the years reveal ND Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s old-boy network of covering-up crimes is a pattern and practice. The Elliott shooting cover-up is merely the ‘same story’ ‘different chapter’ in the career of Stenehjem and his network.


The extent of the corrupt activity within North Dakota law enforcement is enough for a larger agenda to emerge and reveal an established group seeking to become autonomous from the U.S. Constitution. 

Write Into Action continues to investigate.


Grand Forks PSAP confirms GFPD officer entered false information into police report on night of police shooting - - - Cover-up leads to Somalian man charged with attempted murder

University of North Dakota police department implicated in attempted murder cover-up

Official alibi of cops crumbling after police shooting in Grand Forks, North Dakota - - - Police shooting of unarmed man connected to transnational drug trafficking in North Dakota?

Did North Dakota police officer tamper with body-cam shortly before police shooting?

UND football team operating interstate drug trafficking ring

Abracadabra! – BCI investigation into police shooting of unarmed man contains impossibilities and absurdities - - - Wayne Stenehjem's BCI uses magic to justify police shooting

GFPD records clerk could not provide ‘Time’ of the 911 call she was transcribing - - -Official narrative regarding police shooting of unarmed man in serious question

Altru shooting 911 records: ‘Second person’ and ‘thousands of pills’ cast doubt upon official narrative of Altru police shooting - - - Did call to police by Wells Fargo cleaning lady interrupt drug activity involving law enforcement?

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