Sue 'was not frightened during CPIB interviews'
Senior officer says she was only worried about impact on marriage, job
Published on Nov 1, 2012 6:00 AM
A senior Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) officer took the stand on Wednesday as the sex-for-contracts trial involving former top cop Ng Boon Gay resumed after a month.
Mr Teng Khee Fatt, the bureau's deputy director for investigations, faced a barrage of questions from both the prosecution and defence.
The two sides tried to bolster their case through the officer who was in charge of one of the most high-profile corruption probes here in nearly two decades.
The prosecution started with the first of its two tasks - to try and establish that the CPIB statements given by Ms Cecilia Sue, the woman at the centre of the case, were not given under duress.
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SHIFT IN POSITION
As a seasoned investigator, if she comes to you and changes position, would you not want to ask her why?
- Senior counsel Tan Chee Meng
I suppose the recording officer could have asked her why.
- CPIB deputy director for investigations Teng Khee Fatt