Barrister David Perry QC said the prosecution in the trial of Peter Chan (left) did not rely on evidence from Gilbert Leung Kam-to (right), who introduced tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to Chan, in establishing their case. Photos: Nora Tam, SCMP Barrister David Perry QC said the prosecution in the trial of Peter Chan (left) did not rely on evidence from Gilbert Leung Kam-to (right), who introduced tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to Chan, in establishing their case. Photos: Nora Tam, SCMP
Barrister David Perry QC said the prosecution in the trial of Peter Chan (left) did not rely on evidence from Gilbert Leung Kam-to (right), who introduced tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to Chan, in establishing their case. Photos: Nora Tam, SCMP

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Barrister David Perry QC said the prosecution in the trial of Peter Chan (left) did not rely on evidence from Gilbert Leung Kam-to (right), who introduced tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to Chan, in establishing their case. Photos: Nora Tam, SCMP Barrister David Perry QC said the prosecution in the trial of Peter Chan (left) did not rely on evidence from Gilbert Leung Kam-to (right), who introduced tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to Chan, in establishing their case. Photos: Nora Tam, SCMP
Barrister David Perry QC said the prosecution in the trial of Peter Chan (left) did not rely on evidence from Gilbert Leung Kam-to (right), who introduced tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to Chan, in establishing their case. Photos: Nora Tam, SCMP
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