Retired EGFPD officer dead
Jim Grabanski was key media figure in 1986 unsolved murder
|On February 20, 2016, Write Into Action (Timothy Charles Holmseth) issued a legal advisement to North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, East Grand Forks Police Department, EGF City Council, Grand Forks Police Department, City of Grand Forks, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol regarding HOLMSETH V. CITY OF EAST GRAND FORKS ET AL.|
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on February 28, 2016 at 9:30 P.M.
Retired EGF police officer Jim Grabanski was found dead in his home on February 24, 2016.
The cause and manner of Grabanski’s death was not stated in the very short obituary.
Grabanski was a key media figure regarding the unsolved 1986 murder of Darryl Sindermann. Sindermann, a youth from East Grand Forks, Minnesota was murdered at a beer party and the case was never solved.
In November, 2014, Grabanski was interviewed by KVLY during a two part story by reporter Neil Carlson regarding new information about the Sindermann murder. Grabanski told KVLY he was told who murdered Sindermann.
“Retired Officer, Jim Grabanski doesn't plan to let this case remain unsolved,” Carlson reported.
In November, 2015, Write Into Action acquired records through a document request that named Sindermann’s alleged killers and showed law enforcement had covered the information up to protect certain people.
Grabanski was also a key figure in Write Into Action’s investigative series ‘Special Investigation: East Grand Forks – History of Darkness – Culture of Death’.
Grabanski was a witness to the savage police station beating of Jon Osowski at the East Grand Forks Police Department.
Write Into Action’s investigation into the Osowski beating has revealed Osowski saw a bright light and tunnel during the maniacal assault by (retired) Sgt. Curt Ellingson and other officers.
Osowski told Write Into Action “Jim Grabanski” visited him in his jail cell and told him he could file a complaint about what the police did to him. Grabanski asked Osowski to not tell anybody that he advised him.
On February 20, 2016, Write Into Action (Timothy Charles Holmseth) issued a legal advisement to North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, East Grand Forks Police Department, EGF City Council, Grand Forks Police Department, City of Grand Forks, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol regarding HOLMSETH V. CITY OF EAST GRAND FORKS ET AL.
Timothy Holmseth advised the aforementioned agencies of tentative federal legal action regarding the endless stream of death threats and extortion demands being made against Write Into Action to remove all websites from the internet.
Some of the threats made are against Timothy Holmseth’s children and grandchild – no known action has been taken by any law enforcement regarding the highly documented crimes.