Ex-CNB Chief Ng Boon Gay Acquitted In Sex-For-Contracts Case

Bloomberg, 14 Feb 2013
The former head of Singapore’s Central Narcotics Bureau was acquitted of corruptly obtaining sexual favors from a woman seeking agency contracts.
Ng Boon Gay, 46, the former director at the drug enforcement agency, gave evidence in a forthright manner while the woman’s testimony had several discrepancies, subordinate courts Judge Siva Shanmugam said today.
The prosecution failed to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt, Shanmugam said. Ng could have been jailed for as long as five years and fined as much as S$100,000 ($81,000) on each of the four corruption charges if convicted. Full story

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