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Soh's stance on not giving trading instructions challenged on day 1 of cross-examination

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner5/28/2021 01:05 AM GMT+08  • 7 min read
Soh's stance on not giving trading instructions challenged on day 1 of cross-examination
The self-professed “dinosaur” said he had embarked on an experiment of sorts to use a Blackberry phone for around one to two month
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Picture of John Soh: Bloomberg

It is the first day of the prosecution’s cross-examination and John Soh – the alleged mastermind of the 2013 penny stock saga – was initially adamant that he had not used a Blackberry phone extensively, let alone to give trading instructions, as was suggested by some prosecution witnesses.

To prove this, the self-professed “dinosaur” said he had embarked on an experiment of sorts to use a Blackberry phone for around one to two months to “try to make [him]self a little bit more tech-savvy”.

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