SINGAPORE (May 8): The prosecution in the trial of John Soh Chee Wen and Quah Su-Ling, the alleged masterminds behind the 2013 penny stock crash, in court on Wednesday dived deeper into telephone records to shine light on Quah’s hand behind trades made by OCBC Securities remisier Angelia Poon Mei Choo.

In his re-examination of the prosecution witness, deputy public prosecutor Randeep Singh showed Poon more telephone records, which enabled her to connect Quah with the trades that she was seemingly unable to account for yesterday.

On May 7, Quah’s defence counsel, Philip Fong, managing partner at Eversheds Harry Elias, had spent a great deal of time cross-examining the witness. Fong argued that because Poon did not send SMS messages to Quah confirming trades, Quah could not have given Poon trade instructions.

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