Nancy Grace story draws threats

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on January 28, 2016 at 1:52 P.M.

An article exposing HLN's Nancy Grace for her association with child pornography scandal in Florida was immediately met with sex-based threats against the publisher.

Timothy Charles Holmseth was immediately threatened after publishing an article that exposed HLN, Nancy Grace, and two of the network’s on-air associates for witness intimidation and attempted cover-up of a Florida child pornography investigation involving the missing child HaLeigh Cummings.

Police records in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and Grand Forks, North Dakota, show Holmseth has been the subject of death threats and warnings that his home is under Mafia surveillance.

Today’s threats involve anonymously published demands that Holmseth remove his entire website from the Web or bad things will befall him, his children, and friends.

Levi Page, a former on-air talking head for HLN has been investigated by law enforcement for this practice in the past.

The police investigatioin revealed Levi Page had been lying to the American public about his age while claiming to be a "criminal investigator" appearing on HLN to discuss missing children.

Page often possessed a disturbing amount of information about active missing children cases than an unemployed 20 year-old would be expected to know - after conducting his own 'investigations'.

The threats also refer to Holmseth's new book "Babylonian Funeral: The Satanic Ritual Sacrifice of Caylee Anthony".

Holmseth was contacted and told the group threatening and attempting to frame him framed Steven Avery for the murder of Teresa Halbach.

READ the entire article that sparked the threats below.


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HLN and Nancy Grace fall deeper into missing child pornography scandal

Author releases chilling audio of HLN guest Levi Page attempting a rape and murder frame-up

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on January 27, 2016 at 7:38 P.M.

The HLN network faces an increasing credibility deficit following Nancy Grace’s recent journalistic involvement in the Steven Avery case.

At issue is Nancy Grace’s relationship with former HLN guests Art Harris and Levi Page.

Emerging facts reveal Grace and HLN may possess actual knowledge of serious felonies committed against missing children by operations involving their own guests, which network producers did not report to law enforcement.  

Police reports and audio recording show Harris and Page are connected to a child pornography scandal involving a missing five year-old from Florida named HaLeigh Cummings.  

HLN regularly covered the high profile case of HaLeigh Cummings on shows such as Nancy Grace, Issues with Jane Valez Mitchell, and Mike Galganos.

Emerging evidence shows the network’s presentation of facts regarding the HaLeigh Cummings case contained scripted disinformation.

But the burgeoning situation is even worse than tabloid deception.

Evidence shows Harris and Page are colleagues, and, have been involved in ongoing attempts behind the scenes to stop the story regarding the child pornography of HaLeigh Cummings from reaching federal law enforcement or the American public.

In 2015, audio evidence of a sex trafficking operation captured on tape by investigative journalists Timothy Charles Holmseth was turned over to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), Florida Attorney General’s Office, and FBI.

Florida DCF Inspector General documents indictate the child porn is under investigation.

The audio revealed pornography of the missing child HaLeigh Cummings was being distributed by a known group of individuals.

HLN contacted Holmseth in 2011 and requested he appear on Issues with Jane Valez Mitchell, but Holmseth declined, citing HLN’s relationship with Harris. 

Police records and recordings demonstrate Harris and Page were involved in relentless campaigns to shut down Holmseth before he could expose the child pornography scandal.

In 2009, Harris began emailing the East Grand Forks Police Department (EGFPD) after Holmseth began providing evidence to the Minneapolis FBI.   

On July 10, 2009, Harris emailed Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek, EGFPD. Harris was incensed that Holmseth was helping the FBI and was pressuring Hajicek to arrest him.

“I’m in shock but just heard the FBI actually paid a visit to the Web design firm in Fla that donated their time to do the website for the missing child,” Harris said.

In July of 2011 Nancy Grace's reporter on the HaLeigh Cummings investigation began emailing the police in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Harris was angry that Investigative Journalist Timothy Charles Holmseth was assisting the FBI regarding photos of the missing child.

The FBI was acting upon a lead Holmseth provided that involved photographs of the missing child. The CD containing the photos being sought by the FBI included child pornography of HaLeigh Cummings.

“He’s got to be stopped,” Harris said to police.

Harris conspired with multiple others to file reports to the police and Polk County Social Services against Holmseth.

Like Harris, Page too engaged in multiple plots to have Holmseth arrested using false police reports.

There is a standing question regarding HLN’s decision to bring Page on-air to discuss missing children cases in the first place.

In August, 2010, Page published a Web bio on Blog Talk Radio announcing his new Web program ‘The Levi Page Show’.

The bio was a complete fabrication.

Page purported he was a thirty four year-old “criminal investigator” that would be digging deep into cases such as HaLeigh Cummings, Caylee Anthony, and Kyron Horman.

The bio featured a photo of Page posing in a hug with Nancy Grace and duly noted his partnership wit Harris. “Former CNN reporter Art Harris, now freelance journalist, also assists in providing updates and details on cases,” Page announced.

This photo of Levi Page with Nancy Grace appears on Levi Page's false bio.

The ruse remained intact for five years.

In 2015, Page was investigated by the police department in East Grand Forks, Minnesota after evidence indicated he was publishing sexual stories and threatening videos about Holmseth’s children on the Web.

The investigation revealed Page’s true age and background.

“I contacted Austin Peay University and was able to obtain contact information for a Levi H Page DOB 07/19/1990,” reported Officer Corey Amundson, EGFPD.

Therefore, while Levi Page’s bio announced he was 34 years-old in 2010, he was actually only 20 years-old in 2010. He was not a “criminal investigator” and in 2015 was attending college in Tennessee in advance of a journalism degree.

Serious questions exist about HLN putting a strange unknown man on-air to discuss missing children case, when he in fact had no professional background or education to support his presence.

His presence was disturbing.

Page was known to go on-air and attempt to report exclusive information he had personally obtained during his own private investigations regarding missing children.

Serious questions exist about where and how Page was obtaining his unique information about those little kids.

Page’s activities mirrored that of Harris.

While Page was appearing on HLN and operating his own Web radio show, behind the scenes he was threatening case witnesses and filing false police reports. 

In 2011, Page telephoned Holmseth and warned him he better stop saying HaLeigh Cummings is alive.

Levi Page and Tina Church (Church is heard laughing at the end of the call) threatening Timothy Charles Holmseth Levi Page threatening Timothy Charles Holmseth

“This child is dead. She was dead in 09’ and she’s still dead now stupid fucker. It’s best that you step off this case you stupid piece of shit,” Page screamed.

Page’s obsession with Holmseth continued and a plot was devised to frame Holmseth for the perceived rape and murder of HaLeigh Cummings.

In 2011, Page and another person, Tina Church, telephoned Holmseth and continued their ongoing pressure of Holmseth to stop saying HaLeigh Cummings is alive.

Church is a private investigator from Indiana that made the news after she came under investigation by law enforcement in Texas for her alleged involvement in an elaborate criminal operation that involved sneaking cell phones into a Texas prison so she could talk to death-row inmates she was advocating for.

Church and Page telephoned Holmseth with a pre-arranged plan to ask him questions about the missing child HaLeigh Cummings, and then immediately after the call, report him to police under the false pretext they believed Holmseth was the kidnapper.

Church made a false report to the police and said Holmseth told her, "HaLeigh is alive and you wouldn't believe who is in the apartment with me right now."

Church's statement to police was a crime.

Levi Page and Tina Church execute a plan to file a false police report against an FBI witness in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping investigation.

“I think you know where that little girl’s at – I think you better start producing her. Levi I think you better call the authorities – and you and I both heard tonight that he knows where that little girl’s at – did you not hear that Levi?” Church said.

“Heard it loud and clear,” Page said.

“Loud and clear. Okay, while we just need to let the authorities know that Timothy Holmseth knows where that little girl is at,” Church said.

“I’ll call [Capt] Dominic Piscitello and let him know what Timothy said and if its false he can be charged with obstruction of justice and impeding an investigation,” Page said.

In 2012 the EGFPD raided Holmseth’s home-office and seized his computer, hard-drive, cameras, and data storage devices.  

The police had received a false report that Holmseth possessed the naked pictures of HaLeigh Cummings, which he had written about in expositive articles.

The objective had been to create the illusion Holmseth raped and murdered HaLeigh Cummings.

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office reported the hard-drive was searched but forensic investigators found “no sign of illegal activity”.  

Evidence also exists that Church may have played a secret role in the HaLeigh Cummings missing child case.

During Holmseth’s interviews with Wayanne Kruger, the victim’s advocate who officially represented HaLeigh Cummings mother, Kruger revealed HaLeigh’s grandmother Marie Griffis had a special meeting with  “Christine Church”.

In December, 2015, Holmseth was contacted and advised the organization pursuing him framed a man named Steven Avery, Wisconsin, after they murdered a woman named Teresa Halbach.

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