Just this morning, Feb. 18, 2014, Mr. action man, Tony Calvento strikes again, based on his latest and updated Facebook post, Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo and others would be forced to appear the preliminary investigation of the case filed by actor-TV host Vhong Navarro, this coming Friday at the Department of Justice.
He did not reveal the details of the issue, but he strongly believes that the accused will surely attend the investigation because of the latest development of the cases filed by actor-TV host Vhong Navarro.
"I have new updates to post before the Preliminary Investigation on Friday, February 21 at the DOJ. This time, Deniece and Cedric and all the other respondents will be forced to appear to re-affirm their affidavits before the panel," Tony Calvento revealed.
Known for his ability to help the victims like Vhong, the brave Filipino journalist is still encouraging everyone to be vigilant to resolve the case. "Let us continue to show the world that Filipinos are vigilant and will not allow injustice," he posted.
Meanwhile, through a radio program Calvento Files Justice For All (Hustisya Para Sa Lahat), Vhong Navarro had the chance to thank the netizens who are following his battle. "I just want to thank all of you guys who help and support me in this battle," Vhong said during his interview with Tony Calvento.
Vhong took the opportunity to thank not only the netizens but the brave Filipino journalist Tony Calvento as well. "Sir Tony, thank you. You help me a lot. Thank you very much," Vhong said. For some observers, the actor-TV host is so lucky to have Mr. Calvento because he offered his services for free.
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