Back in April, doctor Jan Casmir Seski of Pennsylvania traveled to Zimbabwe, where he took part in a hunt headed by a safari organizer named Headman Sibanda. Sibanda was one of the men arrested in a crackdown following Cecil's death at the hands of Dr. Walter Palmer, and his involvement with Seski is just now coming to light.
Caroline Washaya-Moyo, the head of Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, said in a statement referencing Seski's hunt a few months ago:
"Headman Sibanda's case is in connection with a lion that was killed by the other American in April."
So it'd seem Sibanda is in legal hot water for Seski's lion kill rather than Palmer's — at least for now.
Seski is something of a prolific bow hunter, with sources claiming he's killed at least six elephants during trips to Africa, much like the one with which he is pictured (above).