Man shot by Pembina County deputy protected by feds?
Public Safety crisis in North Dakota and Minnesota
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on June 8, 2016, 11:46 A.M. CST
Updated: June 10, 2016
The man charged with attempted murder of a Pembina County deputy is well known to the FBI.
Clifford Monteith, 26, Grand Forks, has been charged with four felonies including 'Attempted Murder' for allegedly attacking Pembina County deputy Brad Bowman with a knife.
Serious questions exist as to why Monteith was free to commit such an act in the first place.
On May 27, 2013, Cat West, an independent blogger, published an article entitled ‘The Future’ that went into considerable detail regarding Monteith in a segment entitled ‘Murder is Easy’.
"It's a different Clifford Monteith. The one in 2013 was killed or died in 2014, Cat West said.
Nontheless, West's prophetic assertion's regarding the Monteith's are irrefutable.
Very serious public safety issues have engulfed North Dakota and Minnesota as overdoses, mysterious deaths, and evidence-tampering/alteration are becoming common occurrences.
The recent drug related death of the musician and pop artist icon Prince illuminated the gravity and reach of the epidemic.
On February 19, 2016, U.S. Attorney’s Office in Fargo gave themselves a pat on the back in an official press release.
“U. S. Attorney Christopher C. Myers announced on Feb. 19, 2016, that the "High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas" (HIDTA) Program honored 20 individuals for their cooperative efforts in "Operation Denial," which was the Grand Forks County Drug Task Force’s investigation into the international trafficking of fentanyl and other lethal drugs. This effort was significantly aided by a multi-agency approach, which led to receiving the Outstanding Cooperative Effort award,” the press release said.
'Outstanding Cooperative Effort' to do what???
What are local agencies doing with the FBI???
What is the FBI's relation to Clifford Monteith?
An independent investigation by Write Into Action has uncovered irrefutable evidence that shows drug trafficking and mysterious deaths in Grand Forks and the Region continue at bizarre levels and are linked to law enforcement officers.
Evidence shows officer and agents with the Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office, North Dakota Highway Patrol, Grand Forks police Department, University of North Dakota Police Department, and North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation have engaged in criminal misconduct to extreme detriment of the American public.
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