|Dilapidated Desert Home - Mojave, California|
Recently one homeowner refused to sell. Their small vacation home in the Mojave Desert, which sat on five acres, had been in the family for over 100 years. It was furnished and contained antiques and old family photographs. When the family went to visit the house last March to perform maintenance, they didn't find the house. It was gone. Completely gone. Nothing was left of it.
|Forgotten Desert Home - Mojave, California|
The family has filed a lawsuit, which undoubtably they will win. I'm sure that there were things in the home that no amount of money will replace, but I'm sure the family will receive a good deal of money for their loss. I hope that charges are pressed, too. If I destroyed my neighbor's home I would be in jail. Why should it be different for a corporation?
|Purple Beretta - Tehachapi, California|
Perhaps society will deem this destruction worthwhile. Perhaps society will look back and wonder why they allowed this to happen. Perhaps society will remain largely unaware. Perhaps society just doesn't give a darn.