ABOUT THE CASE
City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee and five others are on trial for allegedly misusing church funds through sham bonds.
This includes $24 million to fund the music career of Kong's wife Sun Ho and another $26.6 million to cover up the first amount.
They are said to have done this through music production firm Xtron and glass manufacturer Firna.
Both companies are run by long-time supporters of the megachurch.
Kong, former board member John Lam, finance manager Sharon Tan, ex-investment manager Chew Eng Han, deputy senior pastor Tan Ye Peng and former finance manager Serina Wee face varying charges of criminal breach of trust and/or falsifying accounts.
Prosecutors have sought to show how Xtron and Firna directors had simply done the bidding of the accused.
The defence, on the other hand, has argued that the transactions were legitimate, with the accused acting "in good faith" on the advice of lawyers and auditors.