Kinnard new fence using Dale Olson survey violates Texas Transportation Code section 250, and
illegally blocks abandoned County Road 220.
lawsuit 2009 - Other
- 0369, Texas district court, Caldwell County, Texas
I say that a DA who brings a false felony suit against a long-standing taxpayer who has lived 67 years on the
Wiegand Ranch, based on unproved witness testimony of an unemployed younger woman who owns no land
in the USA, is committing a felony.
abandonded County Road 220 follows a league line established in 1824, and was approved
by various governments since that year, and re-established in 1830. The abandoned part of
Caldwell County Road 220 has NEVER been legally vacated by the County, in spite of many requests
by the various members of the Navene Wiegand family.
controversy is partly about accepting an established road along a boundaryline
not perfectly straight, or moving the road and two bridges to conform to
GPS Total Station measurements of an out of county surveyor in 2009 at the request of the
adjoining landowner, according to the City of Lockart's suggestion, in the city of Lockhart, which a
judge has decided without any court hearing nor jury trial. The local
judge who saw the fence across the County Road 220 to the Wiegand house, and then had the DA bring
criminal proceedings, was CORRUPT, and abusing state law for polictical and personal monetary gain,
while breaking United States federal laws. The fence-builder said THEY were setting a trap for me,
and I found out that what he said, IS true
I am soliciting competent legal assistance to deal with local politics
Photos shows Caldwell
County road workers putting up new sign one hundred feet into old county road 220, and Caldwell County administrative
judge Tom Bonn ignores barbed-wire fence blocking the rest of the road to Wiegand Ranch