Anwar in Video SCandal

Alleged Anwar Ibrahim Sex Video Teaser Leaked On Youtube! Malaysian Opposition Leader's Latest Alleged Sex Scandal

We are still waiting for someone (your details will be strictly confidential and you will remain anonymous) to send in the full 22-minute sex video to us allegedly showing Malaysia's opposition politician Anwar Ibrahim and and a foreign prostitute. We want the full video but for now we have the leaked teaser here:


So that is the teaser... It is just a short footage of the original 22-minute video. At about 7:00 pm local time yesterday, an anonymous Youtube uploader by the sceenname of "thepowercam" from Thailand uploaded a 1:47 minutes duration clip of hidden camera video purportedly showing Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim about to have sex with a prostitute. However the video as already been removed for violating Youtube's policy on nudity or sexual content.

The video clip showed three individuals including one who resembled Anwar Ibrahim, another man and a female believed to be a Chinese prostitute in a hotel room. At the end of the leaked clip the othe man left the room and the woman was seen in towel before the man who look like the opposition leader hug her.

The uploaded video had a white strip at the bottom with Thai script written on it. The strip was not on the version that first surfaced and originally shown to reporters two weeks ago at Carcosa Seri Negara. Businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay, one of the three men who claimed to be the mysterious "Datuk T" that exposed the video, told epoters that they had not released the video to anyone and that the only copy remained with the police. "I don’t know anything about this," he said, before stating that he would need to see the clip before commenting further.

On Friday, Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Ismail Omar said the sex video clip allegedly involving an opposition politician is genuine.Opposition Leader Anwar has denied he is the man in the video and accused Umno of a politically motivated "scurrilous attack" on him. Some say the involvement of former Umno Youth chief Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim has lent credence to the claim as Umno sought to distance itself from the video.

The clip has surfaced on the Internet just two days after police said the video they received was not doctored. However the video clip duration is only one minute and 47 second compared to the original video clip which was 22 minutes as claimed by "Datuk T" and the journalist who were invited to the private viewing. The full sex video, said to be of the opposition politician and a woman suspected to be a prostitute, was shown privately to selected journalists on February 21 at Carcosa Sri Negara. On the same day, Anwar Ibrahim in a press conference denied that he was the man in the video. He lodged a police report two days after the video viewing.

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 16 — Politicians must refrain from endorsing media on ethnic grounds, MCA vice-president Gan Ping Sieu said today.

Gan voiced concern over Umno supreme council member Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakop’s recent call for party members to support Utusan Malaysia, saying that it would only encourage the Malay daily to further its “ethno-centric” agenda.

“I am deeply saddened to learn that Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakop has called on Umno members to openly support Utusan Malaysia because the daily purportedly defends Malay rights.

“Of late, Utusan Malaysia appears to be trying to rewrite the fundamental tenets of what responsible reporting entails ... It crossed the line with its coverage of the “Christian State” issue recently, earning a reprimand from the Home Ministry, after causing unnecessary alarm and anxiety among the different races in the country,” said the MCA leader in reference to the daily’s claims of an unsubstantiated plot to install a Christian prime minister.

Gan warned that Ismail’s open endorsement of Utusan would only damage the newspaper’s credibility and reaffirm the belief that it is nothing but a media tool of Umno.

Utusan Malaysia, in an article entitled “Kristian Agam Rasmi?” (Christianity the official religion?) claimed that DAP leaders and Christian priests were conspiring to take over Putrajaya, abolish Islam as the religion of the federation and install a Christian prime minister.

The Home Ministry eventually only slapped Utusan Malaysia with a warning letter for publishing the unsubstantiated report.

Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali waded into the controversy last Saturday night when he threatened Christians nationwide that he would wage a crusade or holy war should they proceed with their alleged agenda to usurp Islam.

Previously, Utusan Malaysia called on its owners Umno to spearhead a 1 Melayu, 1 Bumi movement involving all Malay parties, claiming that the DAP is intent on toppling the country’s Malay leadership.

Utusan Malaysia has also told Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during last month’s Sarawak state election.