Verdict For Mum Of Little Boy In 'Harambe' Saga Is Here
Justice for Harambe, that’s what most of the world wanted to see after the beautiful gorilla was shot dead, following a little boy falling into his enclosure in Cincinnati Zoo last week.
It was revealed that the little boy had told his mother that he wanted to go into the gorilla enclosure and then when the mother was distracted by other children, the child managed to fall in.
The 17-year-old gorilla seemed to look over the little boy, seemingly protecting him. However others believe the gorilla, who dragged the little boy through the water at one point would have killed the little boy.
Following the killing of Harambe, many people believed the mother should be penalised for not watching her son.
However as of last week, police had not yet made a decision on whether or not to press charges against Isaiah’s family following the incident.
Finally they’ve come to a decision.
We can now reveal that the Associated Press reports no charges will be pressed against the family for the gorilla’s death.
BREAKING: Prosecutor says no charges against parents of boy who entered zoo exhibit, resulting in gorilla's shooting death.— The Associated Press (@AP) 6 June 2016
According to CNN, the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo will reopen tomorrow with a brand-new fence.