Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Jeanessa Explains Justice To Heidi Diaz

This was posted by Kimmer / Heidi Diaz at the Kimkins website:

"My former business partner, Catherine MacDonald, took backup copies of all data before she left a year ago, which sounds like theft to me.

It's my understanding she has posted in her blog (or her husband's) that she would make the names/Paypal email addresses of members during her partnership available to anyone, any attorney. She is mad she was not a partner when the magazine cover came out. She was a partner from April-September 2006.

Sweet, huh? Again I ask -- raise your hand if you want to be business partners with Catherine. And she wonders why I didn't trust her?

Her website is Simply Brilliant Solutions Ltd. - Web Design and Development for Your Small Business. - Home (not really LOL) and her email is xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it if anyone would like to share their opinion of her broadcasting their Paypal email address to the public.

Jeanessa is a banned Kimkins member who is very busy wreaking her revenge."

Jeanessa, named in the post, replied as follows, trying to teach Heidi the difference between revenge and justice:

Heidi, I see how you could get confused about my actions.

However, let me point something out to you.

Revenge is defined as:

1. to exact punishment or expiation for a wrong on behalf of, esp. in a resentful or vindictive spirit: He revenged his murdered brother.
2. to take vengeance for; inflict punishment for; avenge: He revenged his brother's murder.

Justice is defined as:

1. the quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness: to uphold the justice of a cause.
2. rightfulness or lawfulness, as of a claim or title; justness of ground or reason: to complain with justice.
3. the moral principle determining just conduct.
4. conformity to this principle, as manifested in conduct; just conduct, dealing, or treatment.
5. the administering of deserved punishment or reward.
6. the maintenance or administration of what is just by law, as by judicial or other proceedings: a court of justice.
7. judgment of persons or causes by judicial process: to administer justice in a community.
8. a judicial officer; a judge or magistrate.

I am not 'very busy' taking revenge out on you.

I am 'very busy' seeking justice for myself and everyone else who was scammed by you.

Way to go Jeanessa!

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