The court agrees that the letter be investigated.
A letter containing 'a handful of names' with details relevant to the inquest was received by Gobind Singh Deo.
Gobind, who is holding a watching brief for political aide Teoh Beng Hock's family, said someone handed him the letter after the hearing on Tuesday.
He said the five-page typed letter had 'a handful of names' and material facts and circumstances relevant to the inquest.
He, however, said the letter was dated Aug 5.
During Wednesday's proceedings, Gobind said he wanted the letter investigated and had informed Teoh's family accordingly.
He said the letter contained explicit details of significance to the inquest.
Tan Hock Chuan, the lawyer representing the Attorney-General's Chambers, said the prosecution has no objection for further investigation to be carried out.
"All of us are interested to know the truth. These are allegations that must be investigated by police. Let the police investigate to verify the truth or otherwise of the allegations."
It is learnt that the coroner and all interested parties viewed the letter earlier in the afternoon.
The inquest then adjourned to Monday afternoon. -- The Star online
For an acccount of today's hearing go here .