In recent days, the Czech media have been spreading information about the investigation of Karlos Vemol, who is being prosecuted for the unauthorised handling of protected wildlife. But now more detailed information has come to light.
The Terminator has had a pretty successful return to the cage. In fact, he made his first fight appearance in quite some time on Saturday when he finally recovered from his health problems and was tested by the underdog Al Matavao.
The Samoan fighter, however, managed to at least give the Czech fighter a hard time from the beginning of the fight. Karlos Vémola admitted that Matavao was able to shake him. However, he was eventually able to get the fight to the ground, where he was already looking to finish his opponent early.
Then in just a month, Vémola is set to challenge middleweight champion Patrik Kinceloe in an anticipated and once-delayed rematch. Fans are looking forward to the fight.
Other than that, Terminator would like to be very active before the end of the year, with a rematch with Attila Vegh planned for the end of the year, before that he wants to get one or even two more fights after Kinclo.
However, his plan may get a significant crack. He is being investigated by the Nymburk police, who took over a case from the customs officers who searched Vémol’s villa on 14 December.
Vémola claimed at the time that the police found nothing, but the opposite is true. Vémola is to be prosecuted for unauthorised handling of protected wildlife.
Now more detailed information has come to light, with News claiming that Vémola bought a white tiger last May, knowing that he would not be able to legally prove its origin.
“According to the police, one of Vémola’s transgressions is that he was not given an exemption to trade under the Endangered Species Act, yet he was supposed to trade in the protected animal… ´
When Karlos’ home was searched, he used a donation contract to prove the legality of the cub’s possession by registering it and its alleged parents. But the police are not stupid: they took samples of the animals’ hair and then, based on an expert’s DNA report, it turned out that the alleged yellow-black animals could never have been Antonia Ramba’s parents.
It did not prove her origins,´ continues a source familiar with the investigation,” the Extra website reported. The investigation will take several months and the rematch with Patrik Kinclo is not in danger, but the fight with Attila Vegh is.
Source: News, Extra
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