SINGAPORE (June 4): John Soh Chee Wen, the alleged mastermind behind the manipulation of shares in LionGold Corp, Blumont Group and Asiasons Capital (now called Attilan Group), was in court this past week with the two other individuals who have been charged in the case — Quah Su-Ling and Goh Hin Calm. Soh, Quah and Goh were attending their committal hearing, a process in which the court reviews the evidence to be used and determines whether the case should proceed to trial. For keen watchers of what has been called the biggest stock manipulation case in Singapore’s history, the hearing also provides a glimpse of what might unfold at the actual trial.

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