The judge, Jeanette Traverso, dismissed the case against Shrien Dewani, because according to her 'the evidence presented by the prosecution fell "far below the threshold" of what a reasonable court could convict on. She said the evidence of the prosecution's main witness, taxi driver Zola Tongo, was "riddled with contradictions" and "highly debatable". Meaning sh didn't believe what he said in court.
The murdered wife, Anni Dewani's family including her sister Ami, brother Anish, and father Vinod (pictured above) - broke down after the ruling, and said they couldn't believe their sister didn't get any justice. They said they would suffer 'sleepless nights for the rest of their lives'.