The former umpire of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (LVBP) is in trouble with the law at Zulia

LVBP’s historic former umpire, Henry “Monono” Leon Julia is going through a legal problem in the state.

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Henry “Monono” LeonOne of the most emblematic umpires in the history of Venezuela Professional Baseball League (LVBP)Has retired from the profession for a few years and apparently currently faces a problem with Venezuelan law in the state of Zulia.

According to a source who prefers to remain anonymous, the problem “Monono” León is going through is that he is being held at an atonement center of the Bolivarian police in Zulia state for apparent violence and aggression against a minor. Is.

Obviously, the process will be extended for the relevant 45 days and the prosecutor’s office will be notified. Furthermore, the source said that the person involved in the incident assured that it was the former umpire of the Venezuelan league who attacked him along with one of his daughters. Whereas he says that he has not even touched her and things are (so far) in favor of the plaintiff.

On the other hand, the person announcing the news seeks support for Henri Lyon in terms of food, hydration and a mat (for sleeping) and thus relatively acceptable conditions at the center where he is being placed.

“Moñoño”, age 70, worked at LVBP for 26 years and is a much-loved and respected character by managers, players and all the teams that make a living in professional baseball in Venezuela.

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