Mary Cummins Loses Federal Suit Against Amanda Lollar

Click here to read the Judges Ruling.

As many of you are already aware, Bat World Sanctuary has been the target of a malicious defamation campaign launched by Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates. Mary Cummins was a former intern who became disgruntled. With the help of Bat World’s volunteer and animal rights attorney Randy Turner, we sued Mary Cummins and went to trial in June of this year. At the close of a four-day trial, Judge William Brigham compared Amanda Lollar’s reputation in caring for bats to that of Jane Goodall’s care for primates. The Judge stated that Cummins defamation of Lollar was “egregious, intentional and malicious” and awarded a judgment of $6.1 million in damages. We doubt that we will ever see any portion of the award, however, the amount of the judgment speaks volumes.  As an aside, Cummins later filed suit in CA federal court against Amanda Lollar as well as one of the trial expert witnesses’, Eric Shupps, alleging defamation amongst other things. In November of this year that case was ruled on in Bat World’s favor. Click here to read the Judge’s Ruling

While we prevailed in this fight, our cyber-tyrant continues to post defamatory and outlandish statements about Bat World Sanctuary, Amanda Lollar, Eric Shupps and Randy Turner.

2/11/13 update: Mary Cummins loses in her second attempt in federal court

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Mary Cummins Loses Federal Suit Against Amanda Lollar — 3 Comments

  1. The good folks at Bat World have prevailed (again)! If only Mary Cummins would pay up, even a portion of the settlement would go far to make Bat World better for bats in need.

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