Or when he spills the beans on his one-time political idol, Anwar Ibrahim.
I can already guess what he'll say when he says it, judging by his remarks on Anwar yesterday.
Mohamed Ezam Mohd Nor, former Parti Keadilan Rakyat Youth chief, said he was not surprised by the latest (second) sodomy allegation against Anwar.
The allegation was personal and not politically-motivated as alleged by Anwar, he remarked.
He did not elaborate except to say that he had his reasons and that he would explain it at a suitable time.
Ezam declined to comment further because he did not want to shame people. And I suppose he meant Anwar or the alleged victim Saiful Bukhari Azlan and their families. Or Anwar alone.
He was quoted by Bernama as saying:
"I will not shame people, unless my honour is being challenged that I need to defend it and tell the truth."
Ezam, a former Anwar's confidant, said this at a Press conference at the Selangor Anti-Coruption Agency's office in Shah Alam yesterday. He was there over allegations of abuse of power by the office of the Selangor Menteri Besar.
Ezam quit PKR in June last year over misunderstandings and disagreements with another of Anwar's confidant, Azmin Ali. He is now back in Umno.
You can read the Bernama report HERE.
I suppose when Ezam does tell all....it won't be pretty.
I hope if he decides to pull the rug -- because I'm sure his "testimony" will be damning -- he will do so in all honesty and sincerity. I mean, we know where he is coming from. You cannot blame people if they doubt his story. You know, ex-confidant, ex-good friend....ex this and ex that. The credibility issue, you know what I mean?
But then again, if anyone knows Anwar (other than his wife and Azmin) very very well and intimately, it's Ezam.
By the way, Ezam - digressing a bit - whatever happened to all those files on corruption by the Barisan Nasional Govenment you compiled when you were chairman of the Movement for Democracy and Anti-Corruption (Gerak)?