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Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz will see Vhong Navarro face to face after the mauling

Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz, Deniece Cornejo, Bernice Lee
Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz, Deniece Cornejo, Bernice Lee
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The revelation of Tony Calvento about the assassination plot against the "It's Showtime" host, Vhong Navarro, is one of the hottest topics online this morning, May 2, 2014. The revelation was picked up by pep.ph, inquirer.net and several websites which covers the actor's legal battle against Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo, Zimmer Raz, Jed Fernandez, Jose Paolo Calma, Bernice Lee and Ferdinand Guerrero.

These people are facing grave coercion and the non-bailable serious illegal detention cases filed by Vhong before the Taguig Regional Trial Court Branch 271. Cedric and Zimmer have already been arrested by the National Bureau of Investigation in the Town of Oras, Eastern Samar last Saturday, reports said they were planning to go out of the country before they got cornered by the NBI.

In an interview with the local media, an NBI agent confirmed that the businessman along with his co-accused have commanded the caretaker of the resort, where they harbored for almost a week after Judge Paz Esperanza Cortez issued arrest warrants for the serious illegal detention case, to secure a passport for their travel. Anyway, they are now in the NBI detention cell and waiting for their trial.

Based on the latest report, they will meet the actor-TV host Vhong Navarro face to face at the sala of Judge Paz Cortez on May 6, almost three and a half months after their first encounter at Deniece's condominium unit. Some observers say May 6 would be their (Cedric, Vhong and Zimmer) most memorable day because they will see each other again after the mauling incident which left the actor severely injured.

The fans and supporters of Vhong Navarro are excited, according to them, they will also go there to watch the hearing closely, but unfortunately, the authorities have already been instructed by Judge Paz Esperanza Cortez not to allow other people, even the local media to watch it closely.