City, Texas, June 14, 2012
-- After nearly two years of depositions and court appearances, Amanda Lollar, Founder and President of Bat World Sanctuary has come out victorious in the lawsuit against Mary Cummins for defamation of character, libel and internet harassment. (Actual charge?)
Bat World Sanctuary
is an internationally renowned, non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of bats. The sanctuary survives solely on donations and volunteers, and was severely impacted because of the malicious and false claims made against them by this individual.
Ms. Lollar felt that she had no choice but to file this lawsuit to protect the reputation of herself and more importantly, to protect the over 50,000 bats that are now in her care at the sanctuary.
Had it not been for the sanctuary's stellar reputation with governmental officials, every bat that has lived peacefully at Bat World Sanctuary for almost 20 years was put in jeopardy of being destroyed by inhumane decapitation due to her outlandish claims.
With determination, strong will, and the help of a top-notch animal rights attorney, Ms. Lollar has won the fight and can now get on with what she does best. "We are just so glad that this is finally over so we can just focus on what's important-the bats," says Amanda Lollar.
"I would also like to thank everyone who stood by us during this trying time, continued to donate, volunteer and never, ever lost faith in us. We also could not have persevered without the invaluable pro-bono services of our attorney, Randy Turner
. I will be forever grateful to him for all that he has done for us," says Lollar.
About Amanda Lollar and Bat World Sanctuary
Ms. Lollar, who has authored both scientific and popular literature, plans to write a book about her personal nightmare with adult cyber-stalking and cyber-bullying. She hopes to bring about changes in the legal system regarding internet harassment because in most states there are no laws that protect the victims. This type of crime is on the rise and she would like to bring in to the forefront
Bat World Sanctuary is a non-profit organization founded in 1994 by Amanda Lollar. Amanda is a licensed bat care specialist in the State of Texas and is permitted to work with threatened and endangered species. Along with rescuing and rehabilitating bats, the sanctuary also conducts educational programs for children, and operates continuing education internships and workshops for animal professionals and rehabilitators. You can learn more about Amanda Lollar and her work at the sanctuary by visiting her website at www.BatWorld.org