Verdict pending on Singapore's 2013 penny stock crash scandal

The stock market manipulation was allegedly masterminded by John Soh Chee Wen and his girlfriend Quah Su-Ling. PHOTOS: LIANHE ZAOBAO, ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - The trial over the 2013 penny stock crash scandal linked to alleged mastermind John Soh Chee Wen and his girlfriend Quah Su-Ling will soon draw to a close after nearly 200 days of trial with close to 100 prosecution witnesses giving testimony.

The prosecution and Soh both filed closing submissions on Friday (Dec 3) with a verdict from High Court judge Hoo Sheau Peng now pending.

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