NUS legislation prof declares he sobbed, begged with CPIB replacement supervisor – 21Jan2013

SINGAPORE: The National College of Singapore (NUS) legislation teacher safeguarding himself in his sex-for-grades corruption test stated he sobbed and also begged with the anti-graft bureau’s Replacement Supervisor Teng Khee Fatt.

Tey Tsun Hang, 41, informed the court on the 8th day of the test that he had actually sobbed and also at one factor, also stooped before Mr Teng.

The previous area court deals with claims of acquiring satisfaction in the type of presents and also sex from graduate Darinne Ko, in return for providing her much better qualities in between Might and also July 2010.

Tey stated he repetitively begged with Mr Teng to reveal crucial prosecution witness, Ms Darinne Ko, 2 cheque publication entrances coming from Tey, to suggest that he settled Ms Ko the cash for the presents in the very first 4 costs.

However Mr Teng stated strongly that Tey did no such point.

Tey additionally billed that he had actually not asked for to see Mr Teng on 5 April in 2014.

This was among a couple of demands Tey had actually evidently made to CPIB policemans to fulfill Mr Teng.

However the prosecution witness stated that is additionally not real.

Tey additionally attempted to jab openings at the time stamp taped on the declarations on the 3 celebrations Mr Teng taped his declarations.

He tendered 3 taxi invoices in court suggesting he left the Corrupt Practices Examination Bureau (CPIB) behind the moment taped on the declarations.

The previous area court was making the factor that the declarations were unreliable which his declarations were made under discomfort.

However Mr Teng differed. Under the prosecution’s examining, Mr Teng additionally confessed that he had actually failed to remember to consist of 2 conferences he had with Tey alone in his workplace.

Previously in the day, 4 various other CPIB policemans required to the stand. When it pertained to Tey’s rely on cross-examine them, he stated he had no doubt for the policemans as he was “extremely traumatised” and also had “thin memory” of the occasions discussed in their statement.

The court listened to that Tey maintained claiming “it’s so scandalous” on the day he was gotten by the CPIB on 2 April in 2014.

CPIB police officer, Mr Michael Oh, informed the court on Monday early morning that Tey, with his head hung reduced, was sobbing in the meeting space.

Mr Oh, the prosecution’s nine witness, additionally provided an account of the occasions bring about Tey’s hospitalisation that very same day.

When it was Tey’s rely on cross-examine the witness, Tey stated he had no doubt.

He informed the court that the occasions on 2 April was as well traumatising which he did not identify the witness.

He did the very same point for the various other 3 CPIB policemans – prosecution’s 10th witness, Mr Raymond Wee, the 11th witness, Thomas Cheo, and also the 12th witness, Hasvind Elangovan.

The test continues Tuesday.