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I am very sorry to learn of this unfortunate situation.
Your first call tomorrow should be to your attorney (follow up with an email to him/her if you are not able to talk with them).
If the eviction date was actually postponed, the landlord performed an eviction without any court order, and the landlord is liable to you not only for all of the property that they damaged, but also is going to be required to pay you monetary damages for the early eviction.
However, if the landlord actually had an eviction order and your attorney had not actually been able to get that postponed (he/she only had a postponed hearing on calendar), then the eviction may have been legitimate in which case the tenant bears the risk of loss following an eviction. (However, this does not make sense, your attorney wouldn't have gotten a postponement without getting the eviction actually postponed).
Regarding the other property that belongs to you that is still on the property. Your attorney can make a demand on the landlord to have this turned over to you. But you will want to make arrangements ahead of time so that you can make the demand so that you can have your own movers go and pick up this property without damaging it in the same way the destroyed all of your other property.