The radical animal activists lost this go round.
Norman Pang has not been cited, arrested or charged for alleged cruelty to animals by the Honolulu prosecutor's office.
But the animal rights group had to get their dig in. From a prepared statement attributed to Pamela Burns, CEO of the Hawaii Humane Society.
"Although we received numerous complaints, we were prohibited access to the property to conduct an animal cruelty investigation. As a result our case was severely compromised. We stand by our decision to forward this case to the prosecutor's office for their determination about the strength and quality of the evidence to pursue a conviction."
Of course they couldn't just leave the guy alone. No word on whether he's dropping his defamation case.
Read more about the charges being dismissed.
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