FAKE PM CONVERSATION PUPORTED TO BE BETWEEN ME AND AN ANONYMOUS PERSON ON PALTALK MAY HELP TIM HOLMSETH WIN CUSTODY BATTLE AGAINST RHONDA W CALLAHAN

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In a notarized affidavit filed with the 9th Judical Minnesota district court, Tim Holmseth cited the ever famous Paltalk PM Conversation that Alexandra Goddard and others have tried to pin on me since the winter of 2008.

COURT FILING 60-FA-13-4CR 9TH JUDICAL MINNESOTA DISTRICT COURT:

TIMOTHY CHARLES HOLMSETH: PETITIONER

RHONDA W CALLIHAN: RESPONDANT

In spite of my writing time and again that the files are UNAUTHENTICATED SCREENSHOTS AND HAVE BEEN DETERMINED BY SEVERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AS COUNTERFEIT, Mr Holmseth  has insisted on putting in his statement to the court that

“Murtaugh boasts that he murdered a little boy named Trenton Duckett. He also says that Casey Anthony beat him to Caylee Anthony, and suggests he would have raped the little girl to death” In the court document he also stated that “Murtaugh has claimed to have murdered six kids.”

Mr Holmseth made an accusation against Rhonda W Callahan the Respondant that said in part  “While working with (Redacted) and (Redacted {blogger from TN}) Rhonda W Callahan made no mention of it and expressed no parental concern in her 11-page affidavit.”

It is widely known how Mr Holmseth obtained the Paltalk documents and other “evidence” that he is using to thwart the respondant’s efforts in regards to his children.  It is also a well known fact that there is an officer of the court who has an interest in this case that may be derailed by the Paltalk PM’s winding up in this court case.

I will be debating if I will file a rebuttal brief with the court or just sit back and allow the case to go forward. It might be a way for me to get even with certain  people for creating and  distributing these counterfeit files and representing them  as genuine.

As they say, “beware the law of unintended consequences.”

Stay tuned

MURT

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