Matchfixing trial: Ding disputes forensic evidence that he had seven email accounts
One of seven phones seized from alleged matchfixer Eric Ding Si Yang came under scrutiny on Monday, as a forensics expert provided a breakdown of its contents.
The black iPhone with a blue cover contained records of six Gmail accounts and one Yahoo e-mail account being accessed via their respective mobile apps, testified Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau special investigator Chng Tze Wei.
But the apps were not found in the phone - which was produced in court - prompting defence counsel Thong Chee Kun to say: "I am instructed that the user of the phone had no such specific apps at any time."
Mr Chng agreed that there were no such apps "from the logical view". "But from the forensic point of view, using forensic software, we can analyse applications that have been deleted," he added.