A 62 year old Tigerton Woman was found dead in a burned out trailer on land originally a past of the Posse Comitatus compound had sent letters asking area media outlets to investigate her family’s possible involvement in her death on April 8th. Judith Minnecheske was a daughter to Donald Minnecheske, one of the founders of the Life Science Church and owner of the land used by the Posse during the 1980’s. According to the letter timed to be delivered to media after her death, Judy claims Donald Minnecheske transferred the land’s ownership to the Life Science Church and named his grandson as power of attorney, President, and Primary Trustee of the church before dying in 2015. That has placed Minnecheske’s children at odds over control of the property, resulting in legal action between the siblings. In the letter written shortly before her death, Judy claimed her brother was trying to evict her and her two sisters from land she has lived on and worked on for 32 years. She also described the Life Science Church as a sham. An investigation into the death of Judith Minnescheske continues.