Monday, February 23, 2009

Soi Lek faces oral sex charge

Sometimes i think Malaysians are just too bad in politics. They strike a gold pot for bringing a politician down, now they exploit it to every extent to bring ppl down - distribute naked pictures, put a camera is some politicians bedroom then spread the pornographic DVDs, accusing someone of sodomy, getting someone who was involved in a porno DVD to be accused with sodomy.. for CRYING OUT LOUD, you cant think of something more creative?

This reminds me of the Proton scenario. They had proton, then iswara, then wira and satria and all sorts of wi wa vi va names, and then they couldn't think of anythin else so they went back to proton - dress it up and relaunch it again. The NEW Proton! woaahh..

===== from The Malaysian Insider

PETALING JAYA, Feb 23 — Police are investigating MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek for oral sex, considered carnal intercourse against the order of nature, based on footage from his sex DVD scandal more than a year ago.

The former health minister believes that this is an attempt by political opponents to discredit him yet again.

“I strongly feel that there is an attempt by some quarters to revive the DVD to continue to discredit, threaten and cow me into silence,” he said.

The sex scandal resurfaced on Feb 10 after a Kelana Jaya resident claimed that an envelope containing the DVD and a letter was placed in his mailbox.

The letter instructed the recipient to lodge a police report after watching the video.
Upon watching the DVD, the resident realised that the DVD was a pornographic video and proceeded to make the police report.

Dr Chua gave a statement at the district police headquarters at Petaling Jaya this morning and told investigators that the video is the same as the one that surfaced a year ago.

In Jan 2008, the former Labis MP admitted to being the man in a sex video and resigned from all political posts.

Although he made a comeback in the MCA polls last October as the party’s number two, he and president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat has had to make constant denials of a running feud.

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