10 members of a group of Japanese fraudsters are extradited and arrested in Japan.
In November 2019, 36 Japanese members of a telephone fraud group in the Philippines were arrested. 18 of them were extradited to Japan in February 2020, and most were sentenced to prison.
This Thursday (15), 10 of these members were extradited and arrested by the Metropolitan Police of Tokyo. The group, led by Ken Omata, 27, address and job unknown, arrived at Narita Airport around 15:30 pm, and were taken to the police station after being tested for coronavirus.
According to police, they called an elderly woman living in Japan from the Philippines posing as police officers, and a member of the group who was in Japan illegally received 5 bank cards from her.
The 10 Japanese would be extradited last year, but due to the pandemic they could not come to Japan and were detained in an immigration office facility for 1 year and 8 months.
Police say the remaining 8 Japanese in the Philippines will soon be extradited.
After holding editions this year in countries such as Jordan, England, Brazil and Colombia, among others, the Brave Combat Federation will be returning to the Philippines. The promotion that made its debut in Manila earlier this year will return to Manny Pacquiao's country on next 25 October day with Brave CF 28.
No BCF 28 card fights have been officially announced so far.
The franchise's debut in the Philippines took place at Mall of Asia and on-occasion Stephen Loman (13-2-0) defended his title of cockweight champion for the third time by beating Elias Boudegzdame (15-6-0) by KO / TKO in the fourth round of a fight scheduled for five.
The upcoming show that will mark Brave CF's return to the Asian country is part of five new events announced for 2019, which also include India, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Before that, however, Brave CF 27 will be held on October 4 in Abu Dhabi.
Out of the October 4 card is Ikram Aliskerov. The fighter dubbed "the Russian mill" has suffered an undisclosed injury and will not be in action at Brave CF 27 when he should fight striker Mohammad Fakhreddine. The latter will now fight Brazilian Christofer Silva, who makes his debut at Brave CF as the organization returns to Abu Dhabi.
Mohammed Shahid, president of the Brave Combat Federation, did not rule out other events that could accelerate Brave CF programming before the end of the year beyond those listed above.
In November, the promotion will host International Combat Week in Bahrain, including the second IMMAF World Amateur Championship, from 11 to 16 in November. This event should host more than 500 athletes from 60 countries.
Details about the show in the Philippines and other events will be announced over the coming weeks.
* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 28 / 09 / 2019
Photo : Local Stephen Loman, current Brave CF bantamweight champion, could be featured on the franchise's return card to the Philippines. ( Credits | Courtesy : Brave Combat Federation | Disclosure ).