Charges against Bill Monroe, the father of bluegrass music, were dismissed when prosecutors in Gallatin, Tenn., said they doubted the accusations of a woman who said Monroe smacked her in the face with a Bible. Prosecutor Dee Gay also said authorities confiscated a loaded automatic pistol from the truck of Wanda Huff, 50, when she arrived at court Wednesday to press her case against Monroe, 77. "I am happy that it's over with and I can go home and enjoy life," Monroe said. Huff denied the prosecution's charge that she had harassed Monroe and threatened his life. "The rich win again," she said. "I didn't have the money to buy witnesses and wouldn't have tried if I did. I did not ever threaten to kill him. If I wanted to kill him, I had a million chances."