That may be about to change, however. On November 12 the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) filed a letter to Austin County district attorney Travis Koehn, urging him to reopen the case against Lindsey, the Examiner reports.
The decision not to charge Lindsey in June was based on "lack of evidence," including a dispute about where Tiger's killing had actually occurred. But in an affidavit filed for Lindsey's appeal of the October TVMEB decision, she admitted that Tiger's death had occurred on her property.
The ALDF believes this may be the crucial information needed to finally bring charges against Lindsey - and if the Austin County district attorney agrees, Tiger may finally get some of the justice he deserves.