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What now Mr AG?

Written by: MT Reader | 31 Jan 2020 16:12
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31 Jan 2020 16:12
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After a long silence over the gay porn video involving a Minister, evidence over the originality of the video allegedly surfaced recently.

I read over some news portals and also through social media that police recently raided a restaurant opposite Bukit Aman where they found the original copy of the video.

Apparently, it is obvious from the video that Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz, who was the complainant had deliberately set up the camera to record the sexual act with the Minister.

My question is with this new evidence, why have the police and also the Attorney-General remained silent?

From what I recall, the AG said they would reopen the files if there was fresh evidence in the case.

As a Malaysian citizen, I am in favour of no particular person, but strongly feel that justice must be done.

If there is clear evidence that the Minister mentioned was involved in the gay sex video, then action must be taken.

In fact, if that Minister had any integrity at all, he would do the right thing and resign.

He should not go around living in denial while the rest of the world laughs at us.

For those who were in the said restaurant at the time, they can testify that a police party did indeed raid the premise recently.

Now the ball is back at Tommy Thomas’s feet and he must do what is right and not remain a mere puppet.

While the authorities may try to cover up this new piece of evidence, it has already leaked on social media and everyone wants to know what’s next.

Saidon Razak
Ipoh. Perak 

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