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Sex-for-grades trial

Four more CPIB officers take stand but no questions from law prof

Published on Jan 21, 2013 1:55 PM

Four more officers from the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) took the stand on Monday as the sex-for-grades corruption trial of NUS law professor Tey Tsun Hang entered its eighth day.

Unlike the previous witnesses from the bureau, however, Tey had nothing to ask CPIB officers Michael Oh, Raymond Wee, Thomas Cheo and Hasvind Elangovan.

When given the opportunity to cross-examine each of them after their initial examination by the prosecution, Tey, who is conducting his own defence, declined, saying he was unable to remember them.

He claimed that he could not recognise all the officers called in the morning as the events had been "traumatising" and his "memory was sparse".

Tey Tsun Hang, 41 former National University of Singapore (NUS) law professor seen on the seventh day of the trial on Jan 18, 2013.  He was charged for allegedly receiving expensive gifts and sexual gratification from a then-NUS final-year law undergraduate, Miss Darinne Ko, 23, in exchange for good grades.They allegedly had sex on two occasions. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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