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First video of my continuing battle to regain access to my home and 170 acres of land in Pushmataha County Oklahoma. On September 3, 2010, a District Court Judge ruled that OKDOT data and testimony from a County Commissioner regarding the width of a County Road was not sufficient enough evidence, and ruled that the County Road could be no narrower than 24 Feet. The order is now awaiting to be heard at the Oklahoma Civil Appeals. But even with the 24 FT decision, 2 surveys show that we have legal access to our property right next to the disputed ingress gate. However, the property owner that I'm in dispute with has placed posts in concrete narrowing the County Road to 20 FT and blocking me from my property. Elected County officials have chose to do nothing.