Chang Ho Yi found only 35 percent responsible for shooting shoplifter in face

It's a suitably strange conclusion to a bizarre case.

Back in December 2012, we told you about a lawsuit filed by Bryson Dewberry against Chang Ho Yi, a liquor store owner who'd shot him in the face after he'd shoplifted a bottle of Grey Goose vodka.

Now, a jury has determined that Yi was only 35 percent responsible for the incident -- so Dewberry will receive nothing.

Get the weird details below.

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