The high drama of the week status can be awarded to the leaked Amir Liaqut video that went viral in a matter of hours two days ago and was as swiftly taken off youtube and a host of other sites. Thanks to the democratic and interconnected nature of the web already copies of the video are floating on the net. Café Pyala has done an excellent commentary on the situation. The updates on the post also cover the prompt rebuttal by Mr Liaqut the very other day.
More authentic nuggets are to be found at Mr Lia-cut’s official website where he updated his own stance on the fiasco (dare we say Liaqutgate).
Mr Lya-cut tweeted to his unwavering fans no less than 11 times within an hour on top of his televised denial. What begs the question is if Mr Lya-cut’s claim about the engineered video clip (then again who’s he kidding) is true, and that’s a big IF, why the need to repeat the same clever editing mantra again and again. He honestly seems to believe his legions of disciples live in the middle ages. On the TV denial he exercises his limited range of diplomacy by restraining from taking Geo’s name whereas he doesn’t mince any words on his tweets. A quick run through his messages on the website gives a fair idea of this man’s monstrous dishonesty and moral bankruptcy.