The story we’ve been following since March 2022, has taken another turn. Jonathan posted last night a series of tweets in which he addresses the beginning of the depositions and shares his thoughts on this lawsuit.
Here’s a recap of the story and the latest tweets published by Knight.
Farmhouse Fixer Jonathan Knight Sued by New England’s Land Trust
New CEO and President of New England’s organization “The Trustees”, refuses to respond to Jonathan Knight’s queries on a wrongful lawsuit.
Jonathan Knight and The Trustees: The Never-ending Dispute
As the dispute escalates, we learn about an awkward inspection, donations and discrimination; what has been unfolding for years, has reached the newspapers on three occasions.
Farmhouse Fixer Moves a House Down the Road in the Most Emotional Episode of the Series
Jonathan Knight moved his 110-year-old house and with it he might have been carried the dispute with The Trustees to its end.
The Beginning of the Depositions
Last night, Jonathan Knight wrote on Twitter,
“Today depositions start on my @thetrustees lawsuit. Still can’t make sense of why they are suing me for what they guided me on. If I lose, I get 4 structures…If I win I get 3. All I requested was 2 structures. I’m doing them a favor by keeping this suit alive!”@jonathanrknight, jan 24, 23
“I can’t believe a land conservation group could force my hand to develop my property beyond what was wanted. Meanwhile the Trustees legal team, @daintorpy, CEO @john_judge (*)…who didn’t last long, and TTOR staff all got paid from your public donations!”@jonathanrknight, jan 24, 23
“Maybe their interim leader @nicie_panetta can finally bring some honest leadership to this organization!”@jonathanrknight, jan 24, 23
(*) Errata. Jon’s original tweet reads “@john -judge” which was a typo. He tried to edit it but couldn’t.
Update: As of January 27, Jonathan Knight’s Twitter account is closed.
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