No case says defence for former CNB chief Ng Boon Gay
The defence for former Central Narcotics Bureau chief Ng Boon Gay has told the court to acquit their client.
Ng is accused of obtaining oral sex from 36-year-old Ms Cecilia Sue in 2011 on four occasions, in exchange for helping to further the business interests of two IT firms she worked for.
Making submissions to court on Friday morning, defence counsel Tan Chee Meng said key prosecution witness Ms Sue' evidence "is fraught with inconsistencies.
The defence said the prosecution's case is "undesirably weak" and the only evidence regarding corruption is so "manifestly unreliable" that the court should dismiss the charges against Ng.
The trial continues.
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