Uphold the law, charge those involved in gay sex video clip

Uphold the law, charge those involved in gay sex video clip

PUCHONG: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Attorney General Tommy Thomas and Inspector General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador to uphold the rule of law in the case of the viralled gay sex video by charging the suspects.

“I would like to demand that Dr Mahathir as the Prime Minister and chairman of the Pakatan Harapan coalition formed the government on the promise of rule of law and sovereignty of law to ensure the due process of justice takes place without delay in a fair and honest manner without interference and disturbance to the administration of the justice and legal system over the gay sex episode that has embarassed 32 million Malaysians,” said Pasir Gudang MP Hassan Abdul Karim.

“If the IGP and AG fail in executing their job regarding the gay sex video, both of them would be committing a major offence under the law,” added the PKR federal lawmaker in a statement today.

Hassan added that the call was made as ample time have been used by the police force to complete their investigation papers which have been forwarded to the AG’s office.

“One need not be a lawyer or a legal expert to understand that the ball is now in the court of the IGP and AG. Both of them have been entrusted under the Federal Constitution and the Agong to do their jobs as provided for under the law.”

He also reminded that a vital material witness is available in this case, in reference to Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz.

“Factually there is a vital material witness who has voluntarily admitted that he is one of the person who was involved in the sex case,” Hassan said, despite it being an offence punishable with a jail term and caning.

About a month ago, a series of gay sex video clip went viral.

It featured an individual resembling Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali. Shortly after that, Haziq – the axed Santubong PKR Youth who was also sacked from his post as an aide to Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Shamsul Akin Mohd Iskandar – owned up.

He claimed that the video was shot during the days leading upto the Sandakan by-election and it was not the first time that he had sex with Azmin.

Azmin has vehemently denied the allegations.

The police have clarified that while the video clips are authentic, they were unable positively identify the individuals in the video.

By: K Pragalath

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