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Tony Calvento confirms assassination plot against Vhong Navarro

Vhong Navarro
YouTube/video screenshot/ABS-CBN News Online

Just yesterday, April 30, 2014 while everyone was busy searching for the latest news and updates in the Vhong Navarro case, the Taguig Regional Trial Court Branch 271, was also busy pleading not guilty for Cedric Lee and Zimmer Raz after the two have failed to enter a plea. You guys know that these people are now detained at the National Bureau of Investigation detention cell because of the non-bailable serious illegal detention case filed by actor-TV host Vhong Navarro.

Reports said Judge Paz Esperanza Cortez had cancelled the transfer of Cedric and Zimmer to the Taguig City jail because of the motion filed by Atty. Howard Calleja for continuing detention of his clients at the NBI main office in Manila. Based on the latest report, the hearing for their continued detention at the NBI main office was set on May 6, and according to some observers, Cedric Lee and Zimmer Raz are confident that the court will grant their request.

Meanwhile, aside from Cedric and Zimmer's failure to enter a not guilty plea and their motion for their continued detention at the NBI, an assassination plot against Vhong Navarro is also circulating online this morning. Based on an updated Facebook post of Tony Calvento, one of the members of the actor's legal team, Vhong is in trouble because of a hired killer that instructed by someone to assassinate him.

The print and broadcast journalist did not give any detailed information regarding the issue, but he confirmed that the assassination plot against the actor is a serious matter. At the end of his post, Tony encouraged everyone to make a noise and be vigilant for the safety of the comedy actor who has become more successful after his controversial encounter with Deniece Cornejo, Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz, Jed Fernandez, Bernice Lee, Jose Paolo Calma and Ferdinand Guerrero in a condominium unit three months ago.

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