Some quarters are already demanding the Home Ministry to release the police video-account on Bersih 3.0. Some even accused the ministry and the government of trying to 'tamper' with it first before making it public.
A statement by Home Ministry's sec-gen Datuk Abdul Rahim Mohd Radzi yesterday failed to quash wild remarks by the Opposition and few NGOs that the delay was simply to provide time for Bukit Aman to edit any parts that show 'police brutality'.
Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein had on May 31 said that
video footage of the rally would be made available to the public within
two days. On Monday, he said the recordings would be uploaded to the
ministry's website by yesterday.
To those who have been making such remarks, hear this - the video is actually ready to be uploaded to the ministry's website.
However, as Rahim mentioned, it
would be wiser for the Independent Advisory Panel to see it first before it was released.