The Public Prosecutor and the Ministry of Water and Forests rep/ NDONG NGUEMA Alain vs MOUKAGNA PANGO Emerson Necker
In November 2020, judicial police agents were informed that an individual was in possession of ivory tusks that he intended to sell. An investigation was opened that led to the arrest of MOUKAGNA PANGO Emerson Necker found in possession of six ivory tusks cut into 13 pieces of 10 kgs while he was in a hotel room, the place of the transaction.
The Public Prosecutor and Water and Forest Administration rep/Sieur NDONG NGUEMA Alain vs MOKOKO Bernard, MBONGOMBE Jean, ANGOUO Appolinaire
During September 2020, the named MOKOKO Bernard was approached by a friend, who made him understand that he knew someone who needed to buy ivory tusks. While he had two tusks of 6 kg, he got closer to ANGOUO Appolinaire who was providing him with two ivory tusks of 5 kg and MBONGOMBE Jean who also had two tusks of 7 kg.
The defendants Yinli X., Shipeng Y., Penglong L. and others charged felony counts of illegally purchasing, transporting and selling threatened and endangered wildlife and products (appellate case)
From 2018 to the time of the incident, Yinli X., Shipeng Y., Penglong L. and Daqian Y. purchased and sold rhino horn products through WeChat. Starting from March 2019, four people began to buy shares of rhino horn products and stored them in a room in Shiguang Apartment, Linan Town, Xianyou County. Among them, Yinli X.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs. CHIA Frederick, NKEMNO Joseph KOHMENO & UKA UKEGBU
On the 12/08/2015, custom officials of Idenau seized a bag containing elephant tusks belonging in aboat called GIDEON belonging to a company called Lophombo PLC. One of the customs officials saw the boat with four loaded bags, approached the boat and asked one of the accused persons who was in charge of the goods had been declared.
The Sangha Departmental Directorate of Water and Forests vs Ngatse Roland and Balonguitane Eber Patrick
By declaration to the clerk of the Ouesso High Court on February 14, 2019, Barrister Anicet Moussahou-Goma, lawyer of the Sangha Departemental Directorate of Water and Forests (SDDWF), filed an appeal against the court ruling giving on the same day by the Ouesso High court in the case Balonguitane Eber Patrick and Ngatse Roland vs the Sangha Dep
The defendant Chuanjie H. charged felony counts of smuggling threatened and endangered wildlife products (appellate case)
In July 2017, Chuanjie H. contacted Lian (handled separately) to purchase pangolin scales in Africa and smuggled into the country. On the 20th of the same month, Lian informed Chuanjie H. that he had purchased 1,635 kg of pangolin scales.
The defendants Guangyou L. charged felony counts of illegally catching or killing precious and endangered species of wildlife (appellate case)
During November 2015, Liu Guangyou hunted two suspected golden-bellied pheasants in the grounds of Huidong County in the following hunting methods. After identification, the two prey are indeed golden-bellied golden pheasants, belonging to the national second-level key protected animals.
The defendants Jin L. and Leiming W. and Guozhen J. charged felony counts of smuggling threatened and endangered species and products (appellate case)
At 12:30 on October 24, 2018, Jin L. drove the international shuttle from Laos through the Mohan Port of Mengla Customs. The inspectors seized a total of 476.16 grams of ivory products and a total of 40.51 grams of rhino horn from the sleeper interlayer. After further investigation, Jin L.
Hongming S. charged felony counts of illegally hunting and killing endangered wildlife. (appellate case)
From April 2018 to April 2019, the defendant Hongming S. went to the mountain on the east side of the big slope behind the back of Luxi County four times, using a buckle (rope) to set traps and a small record player (recorder) to lure pheasants. In this way, four pheasants were illegally hunted by him.