Subpoena Not Aimed At Derailing Anwar's By-election Plan, Says Syed Hamid. Do You Believe Him?
He said claims to the contrary by Anwar were not true and urged him not to politicise the issue.
He said the police were only following the due process of the law in ordering him to attend court tomorrow following their completing investigations into a sodomy complaint lodged against him by his former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
"He (Anwar) has nothing to fear if he is innocent and he certainly will be able to get top lawyers to defend him," he told reporters after attending a religious function at the Police College in Cheras here Wednesday.
He said that the case had reached the court stage and all quarters must respect this.
He added that police would ensure security at the Sessions Court in Jalan Duta and its proximity when the case comes up for hearing Thursday. (Bernama)
***** Syed Hamid's credibility has hit rock bottom and I doubt there will be many takers for his story.
By the way at the Jalan Duta Sessions Court, DSAI pleaded not guilty to the sodomy charge and has been released on a personal bond of RM20,000 without surety. Hearing has been set for mention on September 10th 2008 pending transfer to the High Court.
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