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October 19, 2014

FDLE attorney knew about kidnapping plot?

Florida AG email shows Georgia doctor's son targeted for kidnapping by police

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

Emerging evidence in the Alec Thomas Hash kidnapping plot suggests police operatives were acting upon legal advice from an attorney at the FDLE.

An email from the Florida Attorney General’s office, to a lawyer for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE), is raising questions about a rogue network of criminals embedded within several of Florida’s law enforcement agencies.

Evidence continues to surface that shows a plaintiff in a civil rights lawsuit against the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) was targeted for an illegal arrest; with the intent to commit human trafficking after the arrest.

And an FDLE attorney knew about it.

The FDLE and TPD have faced increasing scrutiny since March 19, 2014, after the FDLE was instructed by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to stop publishing a missing person poster of Alec Thomas Hash – because Hash was not missing – a request the FDLE did not honor.

Rather, on the same day, it appears the FDLE (or TPD) launched an internal special operation using an undercover agent called ‘Jackie Cannon’ on Facebook to contact Alec Hash, in effort to pinpoint his location.

Alec Hash, 17, Georgia, is a plaintiff in a civil rights lawsuit against the TPD. He is the son of Dr. Mark Hash, Georgia, who is the plaintiff in a lawsuit against the FDLE. Both lawsuits contain extremely powerful, disturbing, and damning information against both the TPD and FDLE.

Email evidence obtained by Write Into Action shows an FDLE attorney was representing the FDLE on matters involving the lawsuit by Dr. Hash, while simultaneously guiding the FDLE (same agency) on matters involving a ‘Missing Person’ poster of Alec Hash, which the FDLE had been instructed to remove from the Web.

On April 4, 2013, Britt Thomas, chief assistant attorney general, emailed (former) FDLE special agent Matt Sears. In the email, it is revealed that Thomas first requested documents from FDLE attorney James Martin, but was told by Martin he needed to talk to Sears.

“Hi Matt -- We have received the below attached Request for Production of documents from the Plaintiff counsel in the Hash case. In talking to Jim Martin at FDLE, he indicates some uncertainty regarding whether any documents responsive to Items 4-6 exist within FDLE. He suggested I inquire of you regarding that question, and if you think they do exist, where they might be located. If you have a chance, please give me a call at 414-3648,” Thomas said.

The email shows AG Thomas communicated with Attorney Martin on April 4, 2013 regarding the lawsuit filed by Dr. Mark Hash against the FDLE.

The facts, circumstances, and events that led up to AG Thomas’ April 4, 2013 email paint a picture of a law enforcement community conspiring to kidnap an innocent child for the express purpose of shutting down a lawsuit filed by the child’s father.


Dr. Mark Hash is suing the FDLE as result of being arrested and charged with distributing pharmaceuticals without medical necessity, based upon an arrest warrant sworn out by (former) FDLE special agent Matt Sears. The felony charges were subsequently dropped due to a complete lack of evidence, and Sears was transferred to the Department of Agriculture.


Dr. Hash subsequently filed a lawsuit against the FDLE, which resulted in an all out terror campaign against him and his family. The terror campaign became so extensive it required a civil rights lawsuit be filed against the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD). 

Archives of documents shows years of organized harassment, which includes video of a person believed to be former TPD officer, Mark Peavey, approaching Dr. Hash’s home and accosting his teenage son Alec Hash, with death threats upon the boy’s dog. Peavey allegedly told the frightened boy ‘your dad will know what we are talking about’.

Extensive documentation and public records also show a victim’s advocate for the TPD, Melanie Tudor, is using her government funded resources within law enforcement to aid and facilitate the criminal stalking.

Evidence shows the plot to stop the ‘Hash lawsuits’ was developed within the TPD and/or FDLE. The scheme was run through the Leon County Family Court, whereby Alec Hash would be (illegally) removed from the physical custody of his father, who had raised him for over ten years.

Dr. Mark Hash and his son Alec

The scheme, which strategically demonized Dr. Hash as a diabolical monster, implied his son Alec Hash (Eagle Scout) was mentally impaired from brainwashing by his “despot” father, was designed to discredit both plaintiffs and effectively end the Hash lawsuits against both law enforcement agencies.


On May 25, 2013, Elizabeth Willis, a guardian ad litem, contacted the Leon County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) and reported she was desperately seeking Alec Hash’s whereabouts. Willis professed to be in terrible fear for his safety and even claimed she thought he might be chained up in a closet somewhere by a sexual predator.

Facts show Willis made a false police report.

Willis reported to the Sheriff’s Office that she attempted to contact Alec Hash by phone, but he did not answer as instructed by court order (no such phone call appears on Alec Hash’s phone records). Willis’ report resulted in Alec Hash being classified as ‘Missing and Endangered’.

However – Willis factually knew that Alec Hash had gone to Missouri and married his girlfriend, whereupon he became emancipated. He then simply moved out of the state of Florida. Willis had been alerted through Attorney Fred Jones in Georgia that Alec Hash was in Georgia, was an emancipated adult, and would not be returning to Florida.

Nothing Alec Hash had done was illegal – he had simply gotten married.

Evidence shows Willis participated in a conspiracy to have Alec Hash nabbed by police per a juvenile pick-up order, which was promptly issued by Karen Gievers, the Leon County Family Court judge that ignored a decade of rulings from other courts in order to take Alec Hash away from his father and transport him out of state against his will (human trafficking).


On March 19, 2014, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) emailed the Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC), which is an agency within the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), and instructed the agency to remove the missing person poster of Alec Thomas Hash.

Katie Krivoshein, crime intelligence analyst, FDLE, received the email, but did not remove Alec Hash’s poster.

Records show Attorney Martin was general counsel for the FDLE and was part of internal discussion regarding the NCMEC request for the ‘Missing Person’ posters to be removed from publication.

Records show that under Attorney Martin’s legal watch, the ‘Missing Person’ posters were not immediately withdrawn from publication and rather, ‘Jackie Cannon’ set out to locate Alec Hash.

On April 12, 2014, Timothy Charles Holmseth (this reporter) emailed the FDLE and asked why Alec Hash was still being presented to the public as a missing person when he had been emancipated by a judge in Georgia.

On April 21, 2014, Krivoshein contacted the Leon County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) and requested records on Hash, noting that he was no longer listed in the Florida Crime Information Center database.

On April 21, 2014, Detective Joel Weaver, LCSO, recorded “Since Hash has been emancipated he is no longer considered a runaway. The investigation is being closed and no further investigation is needed,” he said.


Between March 19, 2014, and April 21, 2014, FDLE James Martin appears to have provided legal oversight of an attempt to kidnap an innocent man using government and law enforcement resources.


March 24, 2014

Seventeen year-old in hiding from state of Florida for 305 days

March 29, 2014

Florida Judge Karen Gievers accused of orchestrating elaborate deception

March 30, 2014

Florida Judge has no jurisdiction to pursue Alec Hash - Lawyer says Judge lost immunity and can be sued

April 3, 2014

Alec Hash is not missing - Florida Department of Law Enforcement lists emancipated married man as "missing"

April 5, 2014

Florida judge sitting atop the pyramid of a criminal extortion operation?

April 16, 2014

Alec Hash recognized abduction team shortly before he fled

April 19, 2014

Source: United States Senator Saxby Chambliss, Georgia, has formally requested the U.S. DOJ investigate Florida Judge Karen Gievers

April 26, 2014

Alec Thomas Has 'Missing Child' flyer removed from FDLE website - deemed "unfounded"

April 29, 2014

Missing person charade ends in Florida - Alec Thomas Has no longer listed as missing

May 10, 2014

Defiant Florida judge holds imaginary court hearing

May 12, 2014

Should Florida judge Karen Gievers be arrested?

May 19, 2014

Bush vs. Gore attorney involved in state-sponsored kidnapping plot

May 21, 2014

Alec Hash case: U.S. Congressman Steve Southerland II [R-FL] requests DOJ investigate the bizarre case of Alec Hash

June 5, 2014

Caught on Tape: Tallahassee Police Department operative stalks child witness

June 19, 2014

EXPOSED! Leon County Court concealed public court records in Alec Thomas Hash case

August 3, 2014

'Missing and Endangered Person' flyers used by Florida cops to stalk non-missing individuals - FDLE continued to publish photo of man that was not missing for an entire month after being told to remove it

September 3, 2014

National Crime Information Center used in attempted kidnapping AT&T records indicate court officers in Florida filed false missing person report

October 16, 2014

FDLE undercover agent involved in kidnapping plot? Did Special Agent use Facebook name “Jackie Cannon” to assist in kidnapping scheme?

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