Friday, March 25, 2011

Alleged Anwar Sex Video Part Two

The alleged Anwar sex video scandal has taken a kafkaesque (have I used the right word?) turn.

Datuk T has morphed into a trio. Is Anwar A Sex Maniac? How, I don't understand. You see, my arithematics is not good enough to figure it out. So, I will just leave it to my readers to do the Sherlock Holmes work by providing  links to online news portal reports later in this post for my readers to figure it out.

Now you understand why I have delayed writing this post.

Anyway, three people have come out to say that they were the mysterious Datuk T who revealed the video tape of a man resembling Anwar having a roam with a prostitute.

The trio are Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Datuk Shuib Lazim.

Abdul Rahim was the mentri besar of Malacca at one time. He was alleged to have illegal sex with an under aged girl in 1994 but no charges were pressed against him.  Instead when Lim Guan Eng, now the chief minister of Penang, wanted to pursue the matter, he was charged with sedition and jailed for 18 months. That is another story.

Shazryl Eskay, a businessman, has an uncanny resemblance to Anwar Ibrahim. Was he the one in the video having sex with the unidentified woman?  He says no, but he says yes he was in the video. See, it is getting more and more confusing. And there is also an Omega watch thrown in, said to belong to Anwar. Now, my head is spinning. So, I will just stop here and let my kind readers do the detective work.

The third man forming the trio, Shuib Lazim, is the the treasurer of Perkasa, a Malay NGO.

Anwar has claimed that the whole thing was a conspiracy to force him and his wife to quit politics especially in view of the Sarawak state election fixed for April 16.

Anwar has since lodged a police report.

The links Is Anwar-look-alike Shazrly Datuk T and also the man in the sex tape and Whistleblower seen in sex tape



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