Court room transcripts.
Linda Lewis, having been first duly sworn, testifies as follows:
Question. And could you tell the court, what is your present occupation?
Answer. I am chief appraiser for the San Jacinto County appraisal district.
Q. And would you establish that by determining, for example, what would be on level I or the first floor versus a second floor?
Q. And if there were a living space up on a second floor, would you call that a second story? Is that the way you…
A. A second story or a second floor living area.
Q. Is this a true reflection of the square footage and so forth according to your records in the appraisal office?
A. To the best of my knowledge, yes.
Q. Okay. And how about the other documents that you have that indicate the square footage in that house? Does it indicate a second floor square footage?
A. No, it does not.
Q. Do you know if there is a second floor on that property?
A. Not to my knowledge.
That is why I took the court ordered photographs of Hanson’s house over to the County appraisal office. The Property Owners Association is clearly using falsified government documents for their benefit but yet that seems to be okay in the 258th District Court of Judge Elizabeth Coker and the rest of the legal system in Texas.