Re-enactment of Vhong Navarro and Deniece Cornejo’s Testimonies, To Prove Further Who’s Telling the Truth

MANILA, Philippines – A re-enactment of the Vhong Navarro and Deniece Cornejo’s testimonies would prove further who’s telling the truth. Various local news on Tuesday, February 4, 2014, disclosed that a re-enactment of the testimonies of both parties concerned would soon take place. The results would drive the nail to the coffin, so to speak; especially if the events would bolster Navarro’s revelations.

Vhong Navarro Deniece Cornejo mauling
Vhong Navarro before and after mauling incident

Vhong Navarro is, apparently, winning the media campaign even before the disclosure of the condo’s CCTV, which has shown Deniece leaving her condo unit a minute after Vhong Navarro has arrived. The NBI has stated that rape could not have occurred because the physical impossibility; Deniece was out of the room, right after Vhong arrived. Most Netizens believed Navarro’s testimony and some have bad mouthed Deniece Cornejo calling her unprintable names.

The NBI’s retrieval of the text messages of Cedric Lee and Deniece Cornejo to Vhong Navarro may further prove Vhong Navarro’s claim that Deniece Cornejo and Cedric Lee committed the following crimes: blackmail, serious illegal detention, and serious physical injuries, among various charges.

In the latest TV interview of Deniece Cornejo, she appealed to Vhong to man up and reveal the truth. Her pronouncements were scoffed at, however, by thousands of Netizens, inspite of her tears and emphatic hand gestures. It would be interesting to note what the re-enactment and the recovered text messages would prove.

Deniece Cornejo

Meanwhile, the cops who have documented Vhong Navarro’s police blotter are, reportedly, administratively relieved of their assignments. A scheduled face-to-face confrontation between Vhong, Deniece Cornejo and Cedric Lee is scheduled next Friday, February 14, 2014.

Check back later for updates on the Navarro, Lee, and Cornejo mauling case.

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