Attorney-General And Inspector-General Of Police Give Statements To ACA Over Anwar's Allegations
Musa arrived at the ACA headquarters at 8.25am, followed by Gani who came in at 9.50am.
It is believed that they were being questioned by a panel headed by the agency's investigations director Datuk Shukri Abdull.
As at 11am, the two are still being questioned.
On July 1, Anwar had lodged a report with the ACA alleging that Musa and Gani had fabricated evidence in the investigation into the 1998 incident where he was beaten by Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Noor, who was then the Inspector-General of Police. (The Star Online)
***** One can ge forgiven for considering the investigation by the ACA as a charade and an eyewash. The ACA doesn't inspire confidence and many will doubt its effectiveness in genuinely probing the involvement of the two high ranking officials.
Perception is important. And the public view is probably that even if the two pegawai2 kanan are guilty as hell and stinking to high heaven, they'll get away scot free.
Assuming there is substance to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's allegations, it is still extremely doubtful if the ACA will be allowed to get to the bottom of the matter. For such is the credibility of this government, its leaders and the civil service.