Theo Bronkhorst, accused of failing to stop Walter Palmer’s illegal hunt of lion, says he believes he will be vindicated

A Zimbabwean hunter accused of failing to stop the killing of Cecil the lion has said that his family and business were destroyed amid the outcry that followed the lion’s death and that charges against him should be dropped.

The Zimbabwean government said on Monday it would not charge American dentist Walter Palmer, who killed its most prized lion with a bow and arrow in July, because he had obtained legal authority to conduct the hunt.

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Source: Guardian Environment