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Lingam Video Inquiry: Businessman says his son filmed the video

KUALA LUMPUR: Businessman Loh Mui Fah tells the Royal Commission of Inquiry that he had only been to Datuk V.K. Lingam’s house once and that was on the evening of Dec 20, 2001.

According to Loh, on that evening, they discussed some legal matters.

The Inquiry was set up to investigate the video clip featuring a lawyer brokering the appointment of senior judges.

Loh said his son, Gwo Burne, was with him during that visit, which he also described as an end of the year gathering.

On Tuesday, the second day of the Inquiry, the witness said that he only found out after the controversial clip was made public that it was his son who filmed it.

Loh confirmed that the video clip featured Lingam and that he is the person seen talking to Lingam in the video. He also said that Lingam was the receiver of the phone conversation recorded on the video.

The Inquiry on Tuesday also allowed Malaysian Democratic Party secretary-general Wee Choo Keong to appear as counsel for Lingam’s brother V. Thirunama Karasu.

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