Lingam’s voice sample recorded


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 17 Jan 2008

KUALA LUMPUR: An Anti-Corruption Agency officer told Datuk V.K. Lingam to read out the transcript of the video clip featuring a man that “looks like him and sounds like him” in order to record his voice sample. 

ACA assistant superintendent Mozes Anak Lawrence, 33, said he recorded the lawyer’s voice sample using a digital recorder at the latter’s house in Kelana Jaya on Jan 7. 

Mozes, who said he took a total of 22 random voice samples from his Chinese, Malay and Indian colleagues, said he had instructed his subjects to read the transcript of the video clip that had been prepared by the agency. 

These 22 samples were then burned into a DVD while Lingam’s voice sample was written into a CD before they were sent to CyberSecurity Malaysia for voice analysis . 

Earlier, Pushpa Al Bakri Devadason – who is previously the Federal Court’s deputy director of personnel department – testified on the appointment dates of former Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim and three other judges.  

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