Judges Confirmed Evidence On Anwar’s Homosexual Activities June 25, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in A New Chapter.
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Anwar Ibrahim looks very worried. More than 30 prosecution witnesses will testify in his sodomy trial.
Some of them are workers of the condominium in Bukit Damansara where the crime was reported to have taken place.
Others who will take the trial stand include DSP Jude Pereira and doctors at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital who had examined and treated the victim, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, Anwar’s former personal aide.
The Pushwari doctor who stirred up a controversial by claiming that Anwar did not commit the crime is nowhere to be found and not in the list.
His medical report was circulated in the Internet and was used by Anwar’s supporters to prove that the charge was a conspiracy against their beloved leader.
No one can help Anwar now. He is worried that his ghastly affection for unnatural sex or sex against the order of nature will be exposed on July 8. Only a mentally sick person will commit such crime.
I was told by a high ranking Bukit Aman source that the prosecution team is confident of convicting Anwar as they have a water-tight case against him, including his DNA evidence.
Anwar is now exhausting all avenues to delay the process of justice through the open court system, including his application to strike out the sodomy charge.
Awar had on March 10 pleaded not guilty to sodomising Saiful, 24, at the condominium on June 26 last year.
For the record, Anwar, on April 14, 1999, Anwar was sentenced to six years in prison for corruption and, on August 8, 2000, nine years in prison for sodomy.
The sentences were to be served consecutively, and Anwar was given no credit for the six months he spent in jail during the trial. The following year, Anwar’s corruption conviction was upheld by Malaysia’s Court of Appeal. In July 2002, Anwar lost his final appeal against the corruption conviction in the Federal Court.
On September 2, 2004, a panel of three judges of the Federal Court (Malaysia’s highest court) overturned the sodomy conviction by 2 to 1, finding contradictions in the prosecution’s case.
However, the judges noted “We find evidence to confirm that the appellants were involved in homosexual activities and we are more inclined to believe that the alleged incident at Tivoli Villa did happen.”
This is the note by the judges that Anwar and his supporters have refused to accept until today.