Saiful never sodomised?Posted: July 28, 2008
Sometimes I really wonder how it is that RPK gets his information. And not just any information, but copies of relevant documents, and interviews with relevant people.
In his most recent article, RPK says this:
At 2.00pm on 28 June 2008, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Bin Azlan went to see Dr Mohamed Osman to complain about a pain he is suffering in his anus. Saiful told the doctor that he had been assaulted by ‘a very important person’ — meaning, of course, sodomised by Anwar Ibrahim.
Dr Mohamed Osman examined Saiful but found no evidence that he had been sodomised, either by Anwar Ibrahim or anyone else for that matter. The doctor’s report (which can be viewed below) says that there is zero (0) skin tearing, zero (0) active bleeding, zero (0) traces of pus, etc., which basically means he can’t be suffering from a pain in the anus as what he alleges.
The doctor’s diagnosis is that he rules out or TRO (to rule out) assault (sodomised). In short: Mohd Saiful Bukhari Bin Azlan is not suffering any pain in the anus and neither was he assaulted or sodomised in the anus.
There is also a copy of the medical report on Malaysia-Today HERE.
How real is that report? In all honesty, I’ve never seen a report on MT that wasn’t real. His articles may be far-fetched at times, but the copies of reports that he puts on his page have always been real.
So assuming that this is no exception, meaning that assuming the police do have a copy of the report exactly like what RPK put on his website, then why the hell are they still trying to get Anwar’s DNA?
The writing on the medical report is quite illegible, as can be expected of doctor’s handwritings. But one can make out some of what is written. The diagnosis is none other than:
TRO Assault (Sodomise)
Advise to go to govt hosp. (Plan to do police report)
Malik Imtiaz asks, why hasn’t Anwar been charged?
Could it be there that there is not enough to go to court on? Is the investigation aimed more at fishing than it is at forming a basis for a reasoned decision, one way or the other?
Crankshaft’s comment left on Imtiaz’ blog is somewhat similar to my own:
I personally believe Anwar is being framed this time. I may have had reservations about his leadership, but the government heavy-handedness is building up some sympathy I never knew I had for him.