Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador today said that a leader of a political party had spent hundreds of thousands of ringgit to create sex videos implicating a Cabinet minister.
Abdul Hamid in a statement today said that the money was spent with the aim of tarnishing a certain leader’s reputation.
“The result of PDRM’s investigations reveal that there is a notorious pact led by the leader of a political party, aimed at embarrassing and tarnishing the reputation of a certain individual.
“The videos which were spread with the intention to provoke people’s anger, was produced by a party, who was paid hundreds of thousands of ringgit,” Abdul Hamid said.
A leader of a political party is behind the gay sex clips implicating PKR deputy president Azmin Ali, Inspector General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said today.
In a statement, Hamid said an analysis of the video by CyberSecurity Malaysia found that it was very likely authentic.
However, he added: “The facial recognition process results are negative and the person in the video cannot be linked to the individual in question.”
Hamid said police investigations showed that a group, masterminded by a leader of a political party, was behind the clips.
“It is aimed at slandering and tarnishing the reputation of certain individuals. The video clip was spread with the intention of creating anxiety among the people.”
Hamid added that the video was produced by parties who were paid hundreds of thousands of ringgit.
Previously, then Santubong PKR Youth chief Haziq Aziz had admitted to being one of two people in a viral video of two men engaging in sex acts.
He named Azmin as the other person in the video, a claim the economic affairs minister has strongly denied.
Police have so far arrested nine people for distributing the clips, including Haziq and Perak PKR leader Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak, who is also PKR president Anwar Ibrahim’s political secretary.
Source : FMT