A Service Dog previously held hostage by Ahimsa House, Inc. and it's president, Myra Rasnick now held hostage by Sonia Levine, a local therapist, who refuses to return stolen dog to rightful owner
[ClickPress, Sat Apr 30 2016] A dog rescue organization in Atlanta, Ahimsa House, Inc. whose president is Myra Rasnick, recently took illegal & unlawful possession of a service and companion dog under the false pretense of domestic violence. This dog rescue organization is chartered to allow people to escape domestic abuse situations without losing their dog. Here, Ahimsa House took possession of the Coton De Tulear name Sugar, not for domestic abuse, but in order to hold him hostage to recover attorney fees stemming from Sonia Levine's divorce case that her former spouse, Sam Levine agreed to pay in exchange for the dog. Last month in March, Ahimsa House gave the service canine to Sonia Levine who walked out on the dog and his father during Christmas 2013.
Despite repeated attempts and pleas to convince Sonia Levine to return the service dog to his rightful owner, Ms. Levine refuses. Now Sam Levine has been forced to file a Replevin and Conversion lawsuit against Sonia Levine in Fulton County Superior Court to try to recover his beloved dog Sugar who he is very dependent on. The Case Number is 2016CV273145.
The whole matter is entirely about money. Sam Levine has reached out to Ms. Levine's attorney, David Givelber on multiple occasions to make payment arrangements for the attorney fees or to try to resolve the matter through mediation, but there has been no response. He hopes that the court filing will help bring Sugar home.
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