The trial of Alvin Chau begin yesterday on Monday, with 10 defendants attending. And chau, listed as the first defendant, plead not guilty to all charges.
In total there are 21 defendants in the case, but only 10 of them are present in court while the 8 defendant was absent for health reasons, and the other 10 defendants were detained by the Chinese judiciary and have signed a declaration of absence.
Chau facing charges of ‘Betting under the table’ and online gambling, among others, the prosecutor presented a number of pieces of evidence that were investigated by the Judiciary Police, most of which were mobile surveillance and conversation records.
Chau was questioned by the prosecutor with the phone records about if he was in charge of certain companies that were involved in gambling and if he had any knowledge of ‘betting under the table’ activities.
He also questioned his relationship with Cheung, the ninth defendant in the case, and is accused of running a company in mainland China under the trade name “Asset Management”.
On allegations of online gambling, Chau said he has been operating a Macau gambling business legally and did not participate in any online gambling business, although he pointed out that online gambling is legal in the Philippines.
Read more of the full story about Alvin Chau’s trial here.
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