SINGAPORE (Oct 23): The defence counsels of John Soh Chee Wen and Quah Su-Ling in court on Wednesday clashed with state prosecutors over the “incomplete” disclosure of messages and data retrieved from three mobile phones believed to be linked to the manipulation of shares in the 2013 penny stock crash.

Soh and Quah are the alleged masterminds behind the massive rise and sudden collapse of shares in Blumont Group, LionGold Corp and Asiasons Capital (now Attilan Group), which wiped out some $8 billion in market value.

The prosecution in court on Wednesday presented evidence from three mobile phones: an Apple iPhone 4 belonging to Adeline Cheng Jo-Ee, a BlackBerry Q10 belonging to Ken Tai Chee Ming, and a Samsung Note 3 belonging to James Hong Gee Ho.

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