National Justice for Animals Week on February, 2020: In lieu of recent headlines, should there be an animal "Bill of Rights"?
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Should I pursue this in the name of justice?
No. You should not pursue it in the "name of justice." Justice isn't really much of a factor in this type of situation. (Your animals can't be returned to life and she faced legal consequences.)
You do have the right to pursue this. And if money is as tight for you as it is for many Americans then maybe pursuing the $700 to recoup your loses is reasonable. (It's not about justice, it's about making you whole.) If you go through small claims court, you are almost certain to get a judgment against her for your actual damages plus your court costs. Judgments are generally good for ten years - so just because she isn't solvent today doesn't mean she won't be solvent in the future. (Additionally, you could potentially garnish her federal tax return next year.) If you are willing to take your business to the national level, you can apply to be on a court television show - where if you win, the television show pays the judgment to you.
no justice, no peace?
Unfortunately, it shows that people who's stated purpose in life is to end racism are in fact extremely racist. It also shows non white racists are somehow held to a different standard.
. . . But on the other side of the same coin I wonder how many people consider you a racist because you simply brought this up?
For those who want more recent examples, look here:
No outrage, nor was there a bounty offered, and of course main stream media ignored it.