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Vhong Navarro case: Deniece Cornejo will be the next to fall says Tony Calvento

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The fans and supporters of actor-TV host Vhong Navarro are still celebrating today, April 27, 2014 due to the successful operation of the authorities particularly the NBI that led the arrest of Cedric Lee and Simeon "Zimmer" Raz Jr., two of the men accused in the Vhong Navarro case. As you all know, they were arrested yesterday, April 26 in Oras, Eastern Samar, but according to Cedric, he and Zimmer were not arrested, he said they surrendered to the authorities contrary to reports.

Just this morning, with the help of the NBI agents who are responsible for their arrests, the two have traveled back to Manila, and based on the latest report, they are now detained at the NBI detention cell. Before the reports regarding the arrest of Cedric and Zimmer came out, Tony Cavento, avid supporter of Vhong Navarro and one of the members of the actor's legal team, updated his official Facebook page.

He posted that the fugitives were officially arrested by the authorities, several hours later, he posted the full details of the arrest. Based on the journalist's revelation, the fugitives who are now detained at the NBI detention cell were escorted by a local policeman in Eastern Samar.

Tony did not give any detailed information regarding the identity of the local policeman, but according to some observers, the policeman should also be arrested for cuddling the fugitives. Until now, the authorities are not showing their interest to arrest the policeman who cuddled Cedric Lee and Zimmer Raz in the Town of Oras, Eastern Samar.

After his revelation, Tony Calvento did not stop, he said Deniece Cornejo will be the next to fall, but according to him, the TV and print ad model will turn herself in by surrendering. Obviously, the journalist was encouraging Deniece to submit herself to the NBI.

Tony is not alone in his concern because the DOJ secretary had also appealed to Deniece and the others involved in this case to surrender before it's too late. In an interview with reporters yesterday, DOJ Sec. Leila De Lima said the remaining fugitives including Deniece Cornejo should surrender themselves and face the charges filed by Vhong Navarro against them.

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