World OutGames Miami CEO Ivan Cano, right, talks to disappointed athletes on May 26 at the event’s offices on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, hours after most of the sporting events were canceled. Miami Beach police announced on Wednesday that organizers will not face criminal charges in the OutGames fiasco.
World OutGames Miami CEO Ivan Cano, right, talks to disappointed athletes on May 26 at the event’s offices on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, hours after most of the sporting events were canceled. Miami Beach police announced on Wednesday that organizers will not face criminal charges in the OutGames fiasco. JOSE A. IGLESIAS Miami Herald File
World OutGames Miami CEO Ivan Cano, right, talks to disappointed athletes on May 26 at the event’s offices on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, hours after most of the sporting events were canceled. Miami Beach police announced on Wednesday that organizers will not face criminal charges in the OutGames fiasco. JOSE A. IGLESIAS Miami Herald File

World OutGames won’t be charged criminally, police, prosecutors say

August 16, 2017 11:29 AM