Meanwhile, the court is still hearing the petition for bail up to now, based on the report of Ginger Conejero awhile ago, the defense panel is still cross-examining the actor-TV host Vhong Navarro. Aside from Ginger, the brave journalist, Tony Calvento, also confirmed that Vhong is still on the witness stand, according to him, the hearing started at around 1:30 p.m., but because of the cross examination of Cedric Lee and Zimmer Raz’s lawyer, the actor was forced to stay on the witness stand for four hours. Read More…..
In an interview with reporters last Saturday, following their arrest in Oras, Eastern Samar, the man of the hour Cedric Lee, denied the whereabouts of Deniece, according to him, the TV and print ad model is just an excess baggage. After watching the report of Maan Macapagal, one of the ace reporters of TV Patrol, netizens took to their Twitter and Facebook accounts and aired their reactions to Cedric Lee’s statement. Read More…..
Fortunately, with the help of his showbiz manager Chito Rono, he decided to fight and got the services of Atty. Alma Mallonga and Tony Calvento. These people helped and encouraged him to file the necessary charges against Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz, Jed Fernandez, Ferdinand Guerrero, Bernice Lee, Jose Paolo Calma and Deniece Cornejo. Read More…..
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Are these people still in the Philippines? For some observers, these people are still in the country today, but because of their fear, they were forced to hide or approached their connections to avoid the manhunt of the Philippine National Police and the National Bureau of Investigation who have the authority to serve the arrest warrants issued by Paz Esperanza Cortez of the Taguig Regional Trial Court Branch 271. Read More……
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Atty. Howard Calleja also confirmed that all of them are still in the metro contrary to some observers claim that they are hiding. Obviously, the next few days are very critical, especially this coming Monday, because they can be arrested if the presiding judge issues arrest warrants in the case of serious illegal detention, which is a non-bailable offense. Can you imagine that? Read More…..