We've gained the attention of the Wall Street Journal for all the wrong reasons again.
By JAMES HOOKWAY
The wife of embattled Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said Tuesday that he isn't the man featured in a videotape having sex with another woman, condemning the airing of the clip as a crude attempt to smear his reputation ahead of a series of vital elections.
Parts of the video were leaked onto the Internet on Monday, triggering a flurry of speculation over whether the man in it really is Mr. Anwar. The opposition leader, who once served as Malaysia's deputy prime minister, has already said he isn't the man shown in the grainy, black-and-white film, and he describes it to reporters as "an evil plot."
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