KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Hamid Bador must be the most vilified Malaysian for past two days.

But one would say he asked for it, didn’t he?

His statement was supposedly to bring some clarity on a gay sex video that had implicated Minister of Economic Affairs Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.

But his political statement, which at best was “preposterous”, raised more questions than giving answers.

The moment Hamid claimed that the gay porn video was authentic but the Cybersecurity Malaysia’s could not identify the actors in it, he  has put himself in the firing line.

To add more insult to public intelligence, he claimed that the actor in the video was not Azmin.

He tried to expressly imply that the gay video was product of a wicked criminal-political conspiracy to topple a top leader from Pakatan Harapan.

He claimed that thousands of ringgits were poured to carry out the iniquitous conspiracy.

Hamid said investigations showed that a leader of a political party was the mastermind behind the pact to embarrass and tarnish the reputation of the top leader by circulating the sex video.

Hamid has blundered big time and inevitably came under heavy fire over his “absurd” statement, and rightly so.

Soon after the gay porn video clips went viral last month in the social media, former PKR member Haziq Aziz confessed that he was one of the two porn actors in the video.

He claimed that the video clips were filmed secretly without his consent in May this year at the Four Points Hotel during the recent Sandakan parliamentary by-election.

He also confessed the other man in the lewd homosexual acts was Azmin, who is also the PKR deputy president.

Given to today’s rapidly improving technology, one cannot accept Hamid’s statement that the cyber security could not identify the actors.

Moreover, technology-aided facial recognition process to identify the actors is only a part, not the whole thing, of a police investigation.

There are still many other ways to determine the identities of the porn actors, such as Haziq’s confession.

Hamid has wittingly embarrassed himself and brought disrepute to his position with his ludicrous statement clearly meant to protect Azmin.

This is the price one has to pay when one became a political stooge rather than being a torch-bearer firmly upholding his statutory professional duties.

As PCM national information chief R. Muralitharan puts it: “It is evident the IGP’s statement proved that the police investigation was narrowing down more to the sex video distribution.”

“It looks like the police are trying to protect Azmin. The IGP should prove to the people that he was not a political appointee but he is at the police helm to uphold the law.”

Hamid’s comical statement actually raised more questions.

Firstly, when did a political conspiracy become a crime in Malaysia?

A conspiracy only works when there is a target. So who was the targeted top leader in PH if not Azmin?

Was the top leader the other man in the lewd sex video?

Who was the leader behind the wicked pact?

Will the IGP rope in other independent facial recognition experts to determine the identities of the porn actors for a second opinion?

How could the video clips embarrass Azmin when according to Hamid, the minister was not the porn actor?

Leave aside the cyber security findings, could Hamid personally identify the actors in the porn video with his own eyes when thousands of Malaysians could?

If he can’t then Hamid should quit his post immediately for he is unfit  to continue as an IGP due to his poor vision. – 20 Julai 2019.

3 COMMENTS

  1. What a joke statement…if AES camera can identify the plate no….can u believe that the police cant identify a person in the video.

  2. Malaysia is going down the drain with all these jokers helm the post. Just blame the old sly PM for these mess.

  3. Zeti Aziz should be prosecuted for pejury togetjher with Mahathir Mohammad, clare RewCastle Brown, ,
    dan penghinat2 lain.
    Amen, Yahmein, , Aminnmn

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