“I failed to understand (this). It could be that the ACA officers are forced to refer to the top if I do give all the evidence and (have to decide) what (they will) do next,” he said.The Star, however, reports that
He disclosed that the ACA officers had phoned him at 11am to say they were on their way to his office in Petaling Jaya. Ten minutes later, they called to cancel the appointment. “They said they were instructed to cancel the meeting until further notice,” he said, quoting ACA special task branch head Sazali Salbi, who had led the investigation team in questioning Anwar for the second time on Monday.
Sazali, when contacted, said he has been directed not to issue any statement to the media. ACA director-general Ahmad Said Hamdan could not be reached for immediate comment.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has yet to hand over to the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) the original video clip purportedly showing a lawyer brokering the appointment of judges.You also have to bear in mind that Anwar suddenly disclosed that he was prepared to hand over to the ACA the full 14minute version in spite of earlier assurances and confirmations by his aide that all the officers would get from him was the eight-minute version, in order to protect the identity of the two unnamed sources who recorded the footage in 2002.
This is despite a commitment the Parti Keadilan Rakyat de facto head gave to the ACA on Tuesday to hand over a “genuine and proper copy” of the video clip on Thursday.
ACA had earlier issued an order to Anwar to hand over the 14-minute clip to assist in investigations.
The agency stated that Anwar had called its officer, asking him to collect the video clip from him.
“Under the order, it is Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s responsibility to come and hand over the video clip at the ACA headquarters in Putrajaya,” the agency said in a statement.
The agency said the clip Anwar wanted to hand over was only a copy of the original in a thumb drive (eight-minute long) and not the original clip as ordered.
“Datuk Seri Anwar has failed to hand over the original video clip. Failure to do so is an offence under the Anti-Corruption Act, punishable under Section 58 of the Act with a fine not more than RM10,000 or jail up to two years or both,” it said.
Between the three of them, Lulu's not sure who's acting and who's not.
The only one Lulu's sure is not acting is the main character in the video clip.