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‘Sodomy-victim’ Saiful tells TV3 to stop giving Anwar too much coverage

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Maybe Saiful wants more coverage for himself.

Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, the man accusing Anwar Ibrahim for sodomizing him is now aiming for the limelight as he slammed TV3 for giving Anwar too much coverage.

Saiful, who sensationally caused a media frenzy when he came out of nowhere to claimed he was sodomized by Anwar hit out at TV3, a media channel controlled by BN for giving extensive and continuous coverage to Anwar and PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat).

Saiful’s wife used to work for TV3 and he wrote in his blog that the channel has become a mouthpiece for PKR recently.

He was commenting on a similar issue made by former finance minister Tun Daim Zainuddin who had recently hit out at BN-media for giving coverage to the opposition.

Saiful questioned why TV3 gave coverage to Anwar, Shamsul Iskandar, Datuk Ashraf Abdullah and Datuk Manja Ismail.

While it is normal for Daim to play up such issues, it is quite unusual for Saiful to do so.

After all, isn’t that what he wanted in the first place which was for glamour and popularity and his 5-minutes of fame on TV?

Nik Suryani Megat Deraman, Saiful’s wife left TV3 because she felt she did not want to work for the ‘enemy’ though a MSS (Mutual Separation Scheme).

Such self-righteousness.

Such an embarrassment.

Saiful is clearly not happy with TV3 and perhaps he thinks TV3 should give him more coverage instead.

After all, he is the so-called ‘victim’ and hence, people should sympathise him.

Don’t you wonder why no one really does?

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