The Managing Editor of the Herald Newspaper, Larry-Allans Dogbey has revealed that ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, was influenced by some corrupt judges who had the hint of the results of the investigations to take their names out of the video that will be premiered shortly.
As a former court reporter, Larry Dogbey said he knew some judges personally and could call some of them for information where as they could also call him to divulge information to him.
It is through this process that his informant within the judiciary has revealed to him that portions of the video that implicated some ten judges in addition to the 32, have been edited largely because they met Anas and influenced him to do so.
In a chat with GhanaPoliticsOnline.Com the Managing editor refuse to mention the names of the judges whose names were left out by Anas.
The Herald newspaper in its Monday edition carried a story with the headline “Gaping Holes in Anas’ Hyped Secrete Video” in which it stated that the actual number of the judges who should have fallen under the category of corrupt judges as captured on the secret video were 42, but were slashed down to 32, after some of them who had gotten wind of the secret video went pleading with Anas to take their names out.