Charges dropped against three men in Hotel California lyrics case. 

Prosecutors claimed theft of lyrics notepad before trio's purchase. 

Defendants, Glenn Horowitz, Craig Inciardi, and Edward Kosinski, pleaded not guilty. 

New evidence questioned the fairness of the case. 

Don Henley, former Eagles member, claimed notepad was stolen in 2012. 

Notepad sold to Horowitz for $50,000 in 2005 by writer Ed Sanders. 

Eagles reportedly allowed Sanders access to their archives. 

Henley told grand jury he never gave Sanders the lyrics. 

Case dismissed due to newly revealed emails raising fairness concerns. 

More than 6,000 pages of material emerged after Henley waived attorney-client privilege. 

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