KUALA LUMPUR – Inspector-General of Police does not push aside the possibility of arresting Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali on the gay sex video scandal.
However, the decision of the arrest lies on the prerogative of the Attorney-General’s Chamber, after the investigation papers of the case are submitted to the department.
Abdul Hamid also emphasized that there was no inequality or oppression in police investigation on the sex video implicating the Minister of Economic Affairs.
He said, the investigation was conducted according to the sovereignty of the law.
“The matter was handled by the investigation team. Let them do their job,” he said.
According to him, the sex video is a sensitive issue and the police require more time to solve the investigation.
“I would like to reemphasize that as the Inspector-General of police, I don’t want to be involved in any political polemic, unless, if a person accuses me (without any basis),” he said, referring to the accusation by UMNO Supreme Council Member, Datuk Lokman Noor Adam, who alleged that Abdul Hamid had lied on the authenticity of the video.
Abdul Hamid said that a police report was lodged against Lokman and investigation will be conducted.
“Let the police investigate the report,” he said.
Recently, Lokman alleged that he had consulted a forensic expert to confirm on the authenticity of the gay sex video recording.
He alleged that there were no evidence that the videos have been edited. -MalaysiaGazette