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Sex video probably authentic, but facial recognition negative — IGP

KUALA LUMPUR (July 18): A CyberSecurity Malaysia analysis of a sex video allegedly linked to a minister shows a high probability of being authentic, Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador said today.

He said, however, that the facial recognition turned up negative and the person in the video could not be linked to a certain individual.

“The outcome of the investigation by the Royal Malaysia Police reveals the existence of an evil alliance masterminded by the leader of a political party with the aim of embarrassing and tarnishing the reputation of a certain individual,” he said in a statement.

Abdul Hamid said the video was circulated with the aim of raising anxiety in society and it was produced by people who were hired with hundreds of thousands of ringgit.

The media reported recently that sex video clips portraying two men had gone viral on social media and on June 12, former PKR Youth Santubong chief Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz claimed to be one of the men.

Haziq and seven other people have been arrested to assist in the investigation into the case.

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