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Tony Calvento posted Cedric Lee, Zimmer & Deniece Cornejo's denied motion in FB

Cedric Lee with Deniece Cornejo and sister Bernice
Cedric Lee with Deniece Cornejo and sister Bernice
YouTube/video screenshot/ABS-CBN Online

The fans and supporters of actor-TV host Vhong Navarro are now celebrating because of Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz and Deniece Millinette Cornejo’s denied motion for stay. The three accused filed their motion for stay at the NBI detention cell and Camp Crame/ATCU to stop their possible transfer to a regular detention cell, but because of Judge Esperanza Cortez’s resolution sent to the proper authorities this morning, August 5, 2014, Cedric, Zimmer and Deniece will be transferred to Taguig City jail very soon.

Said report was confirmed by Tony Calvento, avid supporter of actor Vhong Navarro. Using his official Facebook page, the very brave Filipino print and broadcast journalist posted the screen grab of the junked resolution. Aside from Tony Calvento, who decided to support Vhong Navarro despite the threats and intimidation that he received while he was performing his duty, ABS-CBN News also posted the junked resolution of the motion for stay filed by the three accused.

Based on the report, Judge Esperanza Cortez found no reason for the three of them to stay in the facilities of the NBI and Cramp Crame/ATCU. As you all know, Cedric and Zimmer are currently detained at the NBI detention cell while Deniece Cornejo is in the custody of the PNP in Camp Crame. The three of them are charged with serious illegal detention and grave coercion cases filed by actor-TV host Vhong Navarro due to their alleged participation in the mauling incident.

Based on Vhong Navarro's allegation, he was tortured and extorted by businessman Cedric Lee and his men at Deniece Cornejo's condominium unit in Taguig City. Meanwhile, if the three accused are scheduled to see their inmates in the city jail very soon, Ferdinand Guerrero, Jed Fernandez, JP Calma and Edgardo Sampana, their co-accused in the mauling incident, still remain at large and continue to hide despite the manhunt operation launched by the NBI and the PNP.