From newspaper reports, one of the key persons involved in this controversy doesn't seem to be on the 16-person witness list although Royal Commission chairman, former chief judge of Malaya Haidar Mohamed Noor, had said that more witnesses may be subpoenaed.
I was reading Screenshots today and Jeff Ooi was relating at length how the originator of the video recording had been harassed by the Anti-Corruption Agency and how he feared for his life. There was this quote from Malaysiakini:
According to Loh, he did not know how the ACA knew that he was involved in the matter. “Maybe Lingam had told them that I and my son were at his house on that day,” he speculated.
If I may say so myself, isn't this what I had suspected all along, that:
- The main actor himself would suspect who that recorder was;
- After all, it was in his house;
- Surely, he would know who were there on that night; and
- Even if it was a group of people, he's not so stupid not to have narrowed down his suspicions and identified a few fellows."