22 October, 2007

Anwar given 3 days to supply video clip or face arrest





PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim was slapped with a notice from the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) today compelling him to hand in the original Lingam video clip or risk going to jail.


The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) has given Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim until Thursday to produce the original full-length video clip showing a prominent lawyer purportedly brokering the appointment of top judges.


The order was issued by ACA head of Special Tasks Branch cum assistant commissioner Sazali Salbi at Anwar’s office in Section 16 after a three-hour long meeting.

The ACA said if the Anwar failed to comply, action could be taken against him under Section 22 of the ACA Act (Order 22) which carried a sentence of not more than RM10,000 or not more than two years' jail or both.

Read the full report at Malaysiakini here.

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Blogger Zawi said...

FUK the ACA. They dont know what is their function and all they know is to harass the wrong people for the wrong reason. They are trying to help the wrongdoers and hopefully Pak Lah will see some use of them and get promoted. How can we tolerate all this incompetent nincompoop?

October 23, 2007 10:24 AM  

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