More evidence is expected to be submitted by the police to the Department of Justice over the controversial case of the wrongful jailing of teenager Lin Qiaoying, Mr Cross said. He said yesterday his division had not completed studying the case. Police evidence is due to be produced shortly and the department would study it in great detail, Mr Cross said. 'No decision is being taken at all [on whether any prosecutions will be initiated].' Qiaoying, 17, was taken off a New York-bound plane at Chek Lap Kok airport on October 9 on suspicion she was travelling on a forged passport. She said she was forced to sign a confession and plead guilty to the offence after being threatened by officials and told by an interpreter to admit the charge. She served 2.5 months in prison before being acquitted on appeal after her passport was found to be genuine.