stolen vehicle 1998 Chevy Blazer VIN 1GNCS13W2WK102353 TX plates
CC8G299 year stolen 2010, TX title # 10500040447152358
This vehicle is legal, rightful property of Frederick Wiegand Jr.,
and the Texas title so indicates. Today's date 13 April 2019.
It was stolen in Mexico in the State
of Tamaulipas on 10 March 2012.
to idiosyncracies in the police systems of the Mexican states and the USA United States,
it is wrong that the federal Mexican report of theft in March 2012, has NEVER been accepted by
any police authority in the United States, nor the Lockhart city police, nor Caldwell County TX Sheriff's Department,
nor TX DOT, nor TX Dept of Motor Vehicles, and the US FBI has refused to publish this report, saying it is confidencial.
So easiest to publish worldwide on the Internet. This is my international report of murder of my son
and theft of my Chevy Blazer.
I, Frederick Wiegand Jr.
of Lockhart, TX 78644, continue to be the legal owner of my 1998
Chevrolet Blazer color maroon with Texas plates CC9G299 and VIN 1GNCS 13 W2 WK 102 353 .
I offer a $250 USD reward for information leading
to my recovery of my stolen Blazer. The last loctaion I know of it, was when my son Carl Jonathan Wiegand was driving
in the dark between the two cities of Ciudad Mier and Ciudad Miguel Aleman, State of Tamaulipas, country
of Mexico, on or about the 10th day of March 2012, when he was supposedly kidnapped and killed in Mexico. My federal
and state reports of international kidnapping, international theft of my personal property and company property, and homicide
murder of my son Carl J. Wiegand, have NOT been accepted into the United States, nor at any local, county, state,
nor federal level. And therefore, I, Frederick Wiegand Jr., Carl's blood natural father, am publishing this online
for the world to see. I have never given any person my permission to sell
this my Chevy 1998 Blazer; so any human person involved in selling this vehicle in any country, is an alleged
criminal involved in international criminal schemes and organized crime. But now, my criminal complaints
are being renewed in the state and federal criminal system in Mexico, by sworn statements and multiple data,
including the FBI's tracking of my Verizon Wireless celphone that was stolen and used along the USA - Mexico border for three
months or more. This information is now being updated in the Mexican Federal crime databases and criminal investigation
system of Mexico, including ALL the states in Mexico.
The persons who have stolen my 1998 Chevy Blazer are probably involved
in international kidnapping, murder, and illegal sale of human body parts
and organs. The USA FBI Federal Bureau of Information may have tracking information
on these international criminals; and have my permission to arrest them where ever those criminals
are presently operating.