Evidence submitted by Sarawak DAP chairman in the “black hole” case was rejected by Kuching High Court

Yesterday, the evidence submitted by Sarawak DAP Chairman Chong Chieng Jen in his defense against a suit of defamation involving other two companies from the Sarawak government and State Financial Authority was rejected by the High Court.

The submitted evidence which involves the Titanium Management Sdn Bhd was instructed by Judicial Commissioner Alexander Siew How Wai to be taken off from the records of proceedings and from the testimony of witnesses.

Tha Stampin MP was also not allowed by the court to submit evidence that is linked to 1st Silicon (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd’s management of fund.

Sarawak Government and State Financial Authority applied to revoke the submitted evidences from Chong for the reason that it is not connected to the suit.

Chong has conveyed his feelings of disappointment after hearing that the court rejected the evidence.



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