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Published: Thursday April 28, 2011 MYT 2:11:00 PMUpdated: Thursday April 28, 2011 MYT 5:03:23 PM
By AUSTIN CAMOENS
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are tracing the whereabouts and identity of the blogger who uploaded the second part of the sex video of a man resembling PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim onto YouTube.
Deputy Inspector-General of Police Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said that police are investigating the case under the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commissions Act.
"Although we have not received any report over this second part of the video, we have already begun investigations into it," he told reporters during a press conference at Bukit Aman on Thursday.
When asked about Anwar being called in to give a statement, Comm Khalid said that it was normal police procedure to do so.
"Sometimes the public prosecutors office looks into cases differently and ask the police to follow up on certain issues," he said.
He added that the police would do all that is necessary to complete investigations.
The emergence of the 22-minute sex video featuring a man resembling Anwar having sex with a woman caused a stir and was even discussed in parliament.
The video, time stamped Feb 21 was screened to journalists on Mar 21.
On Wednesday evening, a second part of the video, which shows the man in the buff for a brief time, was uploaded on YouTube.
The video however, was removed about an hour later.
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