Video scandal: ‘Mr H’ quizzed for second time, says IGP


KUALA LUMPUR: The individual known as “Mr H” has been contacted for another round of questioning, says the Inspector-General of Police.

Tan Sri Razarudin Husain said they contacted Mr H on Thursday (Nov 30) to continue recording his statement.

"There is no need to reveal the identity of the individual to the general public considering that investigations are ongoing. We worry that doing so might disturb our investigations," he said when contacted.

On Wednesday (Nov 29) Community Communications Department (J-Kom) assistant officer Abdul Wahab Abdul Kadir Jilani confirmed the identity of “Mr H” with the police.

His lawyer Faizal Rahman told reporters that Abdul Wahab had his statement recorded at Bukit Aman.

His client, he said, had confirmed the identity of Mr H with police investigators, adding that “Mr H also holds a position within J-Kom”.

Razarudin said police have taken statements from eight individuals so far.

"The investigation paper will be referred to the Attorney-General's Chambers on Friday (Dec 1) for further action," he said.

The questioning is in connection with a viral video depicting former J-Kom director Dr Mohammad Agus Yusoff supposedly having an indecent conversation with a “Wahab”.

Mohammad Agus has since claimed that the video was doctored to sabotage his reputation, and that the person responsible was a high-ranking individual he called “Mr H”.

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