The Carter Avenue Rescue Operation will be holding a rally on the Courthouse steps Thursday, March 4th at 7:30 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend.
This rally will be held prior to Steve Doeung’s court appearance in his battle with Chesapeake Energy. Steve Doeung is attempting to stop Chesapeake Energy from using eminent domain to take his home in order to put a pipeline beneath the homes along Carter Avenue in Fort Worth.
Steve Doeung does not have legal counsel. He is a Lone Ranger battling Chesapeake Energy. The last time Steve Doeung was in court he was virtually alone against Chesapeake Energy.
This time we do not want Steve Doeung to be alone. We want Steve to feel the support of his fellow Texans, with a solid, loud expression of the American Spirit.
The Court hearing begins at 8:30. Please come witness an historic moment in Fort Worth and Texas and show your support for Steve Doeung and the residents of Carter Avenue.
All North Texans should be concerned with the process and outcome of this hearing. A recent Fort Worth Business Press article named Tarrant County, the eminent domain capital of Texas, which by default likely makes Tarrant County the eminent domain capital of America.
YOUR neighborhood could be next.
Speakers at the event include:
Louis McBee – Vietnam Veteran, Business Owner, Community Leader, Former Mayoral Candidate and TITLE of NCTCA
Glen Bucy – Veteran, TCU Student, Former City Council Candidate, and Community Activist (check with Glen)
Billy Mitchell – Longtime vocal opponent of eminent domain being abused to take what others have earned.
And special guest – DISH, TX Mayor, Calvin Tillman – Mayor Tillman has been leading the way with his determination and resolve to ensure the safety of resident’s rights concerning gas drilling, not only in DISH, but the entire state of Texas. He recently visited New York to speak to their citizens also having issues with gas drilling…
CARTER AVENUE RESCUE OPERATION begins at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 4, 2010 at 100 W. Weatherford in Fort Worth. That is the Old Historic Courthouse at the north end of downtown, across the street from Heritage Park. Just follow the signs, downtown, to Sundance Square, where you will find plenty of parking lots.