Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said there is no reason why the police should charge him for sodomy, based on the law and professional standards, and lashed out at the police chief. With rumours of his arrest imminent, the de facto PKR leader said he did not know what to expect from the police.
Speaking to reporters at the Federal Territory Religious Department Wednesday, he lashed out Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, whom he claimed had a personal vendetta against him. "Let me remind the government and authorities that this country is not a police state. The decision must be based on facts and law not based on Musa Hassan's personal wishes and vendetta from 1998 right through 2008.
"If they follow the law, the facts, the alibi, the medical report, why do they even consider? (charging)," he asked. Anwar has been accused by 23-year-old Saiful Bukhari Azlan, his former aide, of sodomy. However the initial medical report from the Pusrawi Hospital showed that Saiful had not been sodomised. Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said that medical report was only one piece of evidence of many pieces the police were putting together. Anwar also said he had no fear of the Hospital KL's medical report of Saiful and believed that it would vindicate him. - THe STaR ONLiNe
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