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Fellow inmates await Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz & Deniece Cornejo

Cedric Lee with Deniece Cornejo and Zimmer Raz
Cedric Lee with Deniece Cornejo and Zimmer Raz
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Denying the motion for stay filed by Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz and Deniece Cornejo who are now in the custody of the NBI and the PNP due to the alleged mauling incident involving actor-TV host Vhong Navarro, can be considered as one of Judge Paz Esperanza Cortez’s biggest decisions ever made in her entire career. Based on the posted article of ABS-CBN News this morning, Aug. 5, 2014, Cedric and his co-accused in the mauling incident that happened in Taguig City last Jan. 22 involving Vhong Navarro, can now be transferred to Taguig City Jail.

After reading the report which was also posted by Tony Calvento on his official Facebook page to let his fellow supporters know that Vhong Navarro is slowly but surely winning his battle against his perpetrators, some observers took to their social media accounts and expressed their happiness for the lady judge fair decision.

According to Emilia Mag Garcia, one of the followers of this very controversial case, Judge Cortez is truly a justice executor, cannot be threatened, cannot be muscled and most especially cannot be swayed with public opinion. For Salud Beverly Manug Villareal, a follower of Tony Calvento and Vhong Navarro, Judge Paz Cortez has made the right decision when she denied the motion for stay filed by Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz and Deniece Cornejo several months ago to avoid their possible transfer to Taguig City Jail.

But anyway, while they are all celebrating for the possible transfer of the accused to the city jail, some of the netizens are still asking why the authorities are still allowing Cedric, Zimmer and Deniece to stay in their custody despite the release of the resolution denying their motion for stay. They encouraged their fellow netizens to be vigilant to avoid the delay of transfer of the three accused in the city jail where their fellow inmates are waiting.