I was ordered to delete video of Major Zaidi's statement, says RMAF man


KUALA LUMPUR: The court-martial of Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Major Zaidi Ahmad, who had made media statements regarding the ineffectiveness of the indelible ink used during GE13, heard Wednesday that Air Force personnel were ordered to delete videos of his press conference on the issue.

The first of the two to take the stand, RMAF Sergeant Mohd Khairul Nizam Ishak from the Physical Safety and Crime Prevention Division, testified that his superior officer, Lt Col Mohammad Rosli Yaakob, ordered him to delete the video he recorded of Zaidi's May 1, 2013 press conference with his mobile phone.

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