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UPDATE: Fake lawyer, fake cop threatens and harasses Missing in Minnesota

UPDATE (12:00 PM, Friday, May 3, 2018) – Kimberley and Jay Bukstein’s names are back on the public roster for ADR Rule 114 Qualified Neutrals with the Minnesota Supreme Court. Staff at the MN Supreme Court could not provide any information on the changes to their status. The story below has been updated.

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UPDATE (4:30 PM, Thursday, May 3, 2018) – Kimberley and Jay Bukstein are no longer listed on a published roster of ADR Rule 114 Qualified Neutrals published by the Minnesota Supreme Court. The removal of the Buksteins from the published list was done in the last 24 hours. The story below has been updated.

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TwitterSuspendsKimberleyBuksteinTargetedAbuse05022018SmallUPDATE (5:15 PM, Wednesday, May 2, 2018) – Twitter sent me an updated report about Kimberley Bukstein. According to Twitter, Mrs. Bukstein violated Twitter’s rules “against participating in targeted abuse.”

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TwitterSuspendsKimberleyBukstein05012018SmallUPDATE (2:00 PM, Wednesday, May 2, 2018) – Twitter has suspended Kimberley Bukstein’s account for “participating in abusive behavior.” Mrs. Bukstein sent me 17 abusive messages in just two hours on Sunday morning.

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UPDATE (3:30 PM, Sunday, April 29, 2018) – I received 17 message from Kimberley Bukstein via Twitter from 1:51 AM to 3:57 AM. This is why I was awakened in the night. Her husband Jay Bukstein “liked” many of the tweets. They have been told once again to cease all contact with me, my family, and Allison Mann.

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UPDATE (6:00 PM, Thursday, April 26, 2018) – Jay Bukstein, Kimberley’s husband sent a harassing and threatening email in the last couple of days. Bukstein was instructed once again to stop contacting me. He then sent another threatening email. Troubling behavior by both Kimberley and Jay Bukstein.

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UPDATE (10:40 AM, Tuesday, April 24, 2018) – Missing in Minnesota uncovered this morning that Kimberley Bukstein was criminally charged in North Carolina last year with making harassing phone calls. Bukstein’s criminal case is currently pending. Based on the number of phone calls I’ve received from Bukstein, I’m not surprised. Stay tuned for updates.

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UPDATE (3:15 PM, Monday, April 23, 2018) – Kimberley Bukstein sent two emails late last night which provided her legal opinion (she is not a lawyer) that numerous posts on Missing in Minnesota violate the provisions of the user agreements on multiple platforms. Her emails were abusive, threatening, and harassing.

Two phone calls were also placed yesterday to a company which provided technical support for Missing in Minnesota. Bukstein made one call, Angela Young made the other call. Young threatened legal action in her voicemail message. Aside from threatening legal action, Young made numerous false statements in her voicemail message.

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Kimberley Bukstein, a self-described “civil-rights advocate” who was disciplined for the unauthorized practice of law, has sent repeated threatening and harassing communications over the last few days in an attempt to shut down Missing in Minnesota.

Bukstein is connected with Dede Evavold, Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, Michelle MacDonald, and Angela Young, and in one voicemail, Bukstein falsely claimed she as “a citizen officer” with the St. Paul Police Department.

During a phone call on the evening of April 19, 2018, Bukstein made threats about a pending lawsuit and said the website should be shut down. After the phone call ended Bukstein sent a text message again threatening litigation. In response, Bukstein was sent a text message informing her that St. Paul Police Department would be notified that she was impersonating a police officer. Bukstein was also instructed to cease making contact with Missing in Minnesota.

Bukstein ignored the instructions and sent six additional text messages and made three more phone calls. At 11:16 PM, Bukstein’s husband called and made threats during a brief phone conversation. He was also instructed not to make any further contact.

In the early hours of April 21, 2018, Bukstein again ignored our request to not make contact and called at 1:47 AM, leaving a threating voicemail which said, “Michael, the gloves are off…now there will be some justice here.” Less than an hour later, Bukstein sent a threatening email at 2:42 AM.

Yesterday, Bukstein again ignore instructions to not make contact when she made two phone calls. Bukstein left a signing voicemail message in the form of a limerick. Bukstein sings, “dear Michael is in so much trouble, oh sorry to burst your bubble. Such tweeting does he, well how can that be, is he lurking around seeing double.”

Bukstein made another phone call later in the day but did not leave a message. Via text message, Bukstein was again instructed not to make contact.

Law enforcement was later notified about the threatening and harassing communications from the Buksteins.

Both Jay and Kimberley Bukstein are “qualified Rule 114 ADR Neutrals” for the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Over the last few days, Bukstein and Michelle MacDonald also made contact with the hosting company for our website in an attempt to have content removed from Missing in Minnesota.

Bukstein also sent an email which falsely claimed I had met her in person and accused me of being a “cyber rapist.”

In October 2017, an Harassment Restraining Order was granted against Bukstein by a 73-year-old woman in St. Paul. Bukstein was accused of making unwanted phone calls and leaving messages. The woman testified that Bukstein walked into her home unannounced and uninvited.  Continue reading

Dede Evavold ordered to remove all posts about Rucki family, or go to jail

A judge in Dakota County ordered Dede Evavold to “remove ALL blogs/postings, social media postings, or internet postings” about David Rucki, his children, and other members of the Rucki family which violate an Harassment Restraining Order granted by a court in Dakota County in the next eight days or she will go to jail for 30 days.

On Tuesday, Judge Kathleen Gearin found Evavold was in constructive civil contempt of court at an emergency hearing held at Dakota County Western Service Center in Apple Valley, Minnesota.

Evavold was convicted in September 2016 of six felonies for her role in the disappearance of Samantha Rucki and her sister Gianna, who were abducted near their home on Lakeville by their mother Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, during a custody and divorce proceeding.

The emergency court hearing was scheduled after Lisa Elliott, who serves as the attorney for the Rucki family, filed an emergency motion with the court earlier this month which included over 200 pages of exhibits documenting Evavold’s repeated violations of an Harassment Restraining Order (HRO).

Elliott’s exhibits documented nearly 20 posts published on Evavold’s blog which violated the HRO since the last court hearing on December 13, 2017. At the court hearing, Evavold was reminded by Judge Philip Kanning that the HRO granted by Judge Karen Asphaug in July remains in effect.

In a court order released this afternoon, Judge Gearin went further than the posts identified by Elliott by ordering Evavold to “remove ALL blogs/postings, social media postings, or internet postings that refer to the Rucki family as named in the Harassment Restraining Order…”

If Evavold does not remove the posts by March 9, 2018, at 9:00 AM she will go to jail for 30 days. Continue reading

Dede Evavold ordered to remove harassing posts about Rucki family, or she’ll go to jail for 30 days

Dede Evavold was ordered to remove 20 blog posts about David Rucki, his children, and other members of the Rucki family which violate an Harassment Restraining Order (HRO) granted by a court in Dakota County by March 9, or she will go to jail for 30 days.

Judge Kathleen Gearin found Evavold was in constructive civil contempt of court at an emergency hearing held today at Dakota County Western Service Center in Apple Valley, Minnesota.

After finding Evavold in contempt of court, Judge Gearin sentenced Evavold to 30 days in jail for her failure to comply with orders issued in the case.

But Judge Gearin stayed the jail sentence for ten days, allowing Evavold to comply with her order by removing the posts from her blog.

If before March 9, 2018, at 9:00 AM, Evavold has complied with all of the orders issued, she will not have to report to jail in Dakota County.

“You may purge yourself from this contempt,” said Judge Gearing to Evavold.

Judge Gearin went on to remind Evavold that she faces further contempt of court charges if she continues to post about David Rucki, his children, and other members of the Rucki family.

Evavold was convicted in September 2016 of six felonies for her role in the disappearance of Samantha Rucki and her sister Gianna, who were abducted near their home on Lakeville by their mother Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, during a custody and divorce proceeding.

Evavold identified Angela Young as being connected to harassing posts

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During her voluntary testimony in court today, Evavold said Angela Young, who is a neighbor of Evavold’s in St. Cloud, posts on her blog under Evavold’s name.

Young was the only person Evavold identified by name in court today as being connected to the harassing and threatening posts about David Rucki, his children, and other members of the Rucki family.

In September 2016, Young’s name was mentioned in open court during Evavold’s criminal trial related to incriminating communications between Evavold, Grazzini-Rucki, and Young sent while the Rucki sisters were missing for 944 days.

Last month Young sent numerous text messages to Missing in Minnesota, threatening a lawsuit should her name be published about her involvement with Grazzini-Rucki, Evavold, and others connected to this case.

Young is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) and works for CORE Professional Services, P.A in Sartell, Minnesota.

According to CORE Professional Services’ website, Young “provides a variety of therapeutic interventions for individuals, groups and couples, to assist them in addressing various anxiety disorders, mood disorders, sexual disorders, and personality disorders.”