Found this on PP website...http://www.profitableplots.com/
INVESTIGATION UPDATE - JULY 7TH 2012
March 26 3 Directors are each charged with 86 counts of conspiracy to cheat.
The total value of allegedly misappropriated sums under the 86 charges is approx US$2.5m. Bail is set by CAD at $600,000 each when the 3 Directors were charged as the alleged misappropriated sum is high. Unable to meet bail amounts set by the CAD at short notice, the 3 Directors are detained in police cells.
March 27 Subordinate Court Hearing
3 Directors indicate that they wish to claim trial on all 86 chargesagainst each of them. Prosecution informs Court that the Prosecution is ready. Court reduces bail to $400,000 each.
Unable to post bail, 3 Directors are remanded in Changi prison.
March 30 High Court Hearing
Court reduces bail to $200,000 for 2 Directors.
Court reduces bail to $150,000 for 1 Director.
Unable to post bail, 3 Directors are returned to Changi Prison.
April 3 1 Director posts bail.
April 9 2 remaining Directors post bail.
April 16 Defence made a 1st request for copies of documents from CAD to
prepare their defence.
April 18 CAD refuses to accede to the request.
April 20 1st Criminal Case Disclosure Conference (CCDC) Hearing
Prosecution requests for more time to file their Prosecution's Case in accordance with the usual time lines and not to do so on an expedited basis.Court grants the Prosecution 4 more weeks to file their case. Defence's 2nd request for copies of documents to prepare defence.
April 25 Defence writes to the Subordinate Courts Crime Registry to request for a hearing in order for the Defence to apply for the production of documents.
May 9 Subordinate Courts refers the Defence's request to a CCDC Court hearing on 15 May.
May 15 2nd CCDC Hearing
Court commented that it cannot hear the request for production of documents during CCDC.
May 29 Prosecution case is filed.
Prosecution indicates that it only wishes to proceed on 18 charges instead of the 86 charges against each Director. The value of allegedly misappropriated sums under the 18 charges only amounts to approximately US$732,000.
June 1 Defence requests the Prosecution a 3rd time to provide copies of documents to prepare for the Defence.
June 4 Defence makes a 2nd request for a hearing before a court (not a CCDC Court) to be scheduled so that
the application for the production of documents can be made.
June 5 3rd CCDC Hearing
Court orders the Defence to make request for documents to DPP.
June 15 Defence makes a 4th request to the Prosecution for copies of documents to prepare defence.
June 25 Defence makes a 5th request for copies of documents to prepare defence.
June 26 Prosecution refuses request for copies of documents.
July 2 Defence makes a 3rd application to the Subordinate Courts Crime Registry for a hearing before a court
(not CCDC Court) to make an application for an order that the Prosecution provide copies of Documents to the
Defence in order to prepare their defence.
July 3 4th CCDC Hearing
Court adjourns the CCDC hearing for 2 weeks to await reply from Subordinate Court to letter dated July 2.
1. The DPP is saying that a defendant cannot look at any documentation but has to submit a defence.
2. The DPP is saying that a defendant cannot look at any documents but has to submit a list of
documents they intend to use in their defence.
3. The DPP is saying that a defendant cannot look at any documents which would determine which
witnesses to call, but has to submit a list of witnesses they wish to call.
Whether these people are guilty or not is only for a court to decide but surely they should be allowed
to defend themselves.
I am close to 99% sure that there are two sides to PP's case ! Wrote to PP lawyer, followings are the
86 charges, amount to US$2.5M. Based on my research, around 40% or more are not even
'Boron investors', sigh :(
Just heard today, next court date will be 26 Jul ,cant wait to find out the truth ! Also hear now we
have a new judge, still trust the system, hope this time we have a good judge ! Honestly, dont need
too clever a brain to make sense out of all the evidences. We need to demand justice, whatever the
case documentation must put on the table, let the truth revealed ! Why waste our time and monies ??
|Charge Num||Client Name||Amount US$|
|1||Duraiarajan s/o Duraiappan Mariyammal||20,000|
|2||Au Chung Wai Christopher||54,000|
|4||Koh Leong Tuan Alan||59,000|
|5||Leong Pek Kay||15,000|
|6||Lim Shi An||26,000|
|7||Ng Ee Ling||20,000|
|8||Chua Pair Shen||5,000|
|9||Yap Lay Hong Lilian||186,000|
|10||Adsit Serena Kim||5,000|
|12||Foo Siew Wei||5,000|
|13||Lium Ming Toon||90,000|
|15||John Nicholas Williams||10,000|
|16||Yoganand Konar Chinniah||10,000|
|17||Neoh Kok Cheng||191,000|
|19||Peter Aloysius Lourdes||6,000|
|22||Spaenle Oliver Roland Paul Eugene||113,000|
|23||Chen Kuang Tsung Eugene||6,000|
|24||Lo Weng Wah Christopher||5,000|
|25||Lee Poh Joon (Raphael)||10,000|
|26||Chew Siew Wah||5,000|
|27||Koh Ming Shao||11,000|
|28||Yim Jeng Ngon||10,000|
|29||Mohamed Anwar s/o Abdul Gaffoor||20,000|
|30||Yeoh Kok Peng||15,000|
|31||Rajasegarean s/o Raman @ Mohammad Samir||70,000|
|32||William Bong Hock Soon||32,000|
|33||Sim How Chong||10,000|
|34||Chan Foo Chuan||2,000|
|35||Tai Wei Jie||7,000|
|36||Chan Sau Chin||60,000|
|37||Ashish Thakorlal Ravivadera||2,000|
|38||Wong Mei Yang||30,000|
|39||Tay Siew Yin||66,000|
|40||Chong Peng Chye||24,000|
|41||Cindy Anggriani Widjaja||21,000|
|43||Gu Jing Yun||11,000|
|44||Khoo Kar Yang Desmond||10,000|
|45||Hari Subrahmanya Murali Krishna||50,000|
|46||Lam Gui Ru||54,000|
|47||Roy S Gnanasundram||14,000|
|48||Low Hwee Chi Serene||20,000|
|49||Mohamed Fareedu Bin Mohd (Haniffah)||2,000|
|50||Ho Kok Yuen||10,000|
|51||Wong Ee Ling||3,000|
|52||Choy Yew Meng||28,000|
|53||Mohamad Razali Bin Joony||18,000|
|54||Leck Kian Boon Jeffrey||2,000|
|55||Foo Suan Cheng||20,000|
|57||Chan Koon Koon||20,000|
|58||See Yim Leng||13,000|
|60||Chua Boon Teck||6,000|
|61||Irwan Bin Nari||5,000|
|62||Lau Woon Ling||20,000|
|63||Chua Pit Chye (Francis)||18,000|
|64||Sabita Sunderdas (Nandwani) Jaswani||72,000|
|65||Ng Chong Huat||25,000|
|66||Chew Ghim Lian Phyllis||18,000|
|68||Teo Lee Hua (Eleanor)||150,000|
|70||Loy Chong Hwa||5,000|
|71||Ng Kee Wan||8,000|
|72||Adrian Ng Nee Fah||10,000|
|73||Yong Wee En Audrey||5,000|
|74||Grace Lim Yin Yin||3,000|
|75||Wong Heng Mui||42,000|
|76||Ho Win Khoon||20,000|
|77||Cheah Hui See||30,000|
|78||Lim Khing Tat||45,000|
|79||Syed Faizal s/o J S Tamizzuddin||22,000|
|80||Ng Sim Leng||23,000|
|81||Rajendran s/o Govendaragoo||15,000|
|82||Oliveiro Glen Neville||10,000|
|83||Poh Chiew Kok Charles||30,000|
|84||Chan Kian Kuan||300,000|
|85||Mohammed Yazer Bin Abdul Aziz||10,000|
|86||Lei Min (Lucy)||20,000|