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Nurin has been laid to rest today, Friday 21 Sept 2007
Due to the overwhelming scientific evidence produced, the parents of Nurin Jazlin have decided to accept the body they inspected as of their daughter's. The body will be claimed this morning and funeral (burial) would probably be held after Friday prayers today.
ABOVE: The father and others closing up the grave
Father Claims Nurin's Body For Burial
Jazimin, clad in a pink "baju Melayu" and black trousers, accompanied by family members and relatives, was handed Nurin's body at . After a short prayer, the body was taken to a van. At the family's house in Section One, Wangsa Maju, Nurin's mother, Norazian Bistaman anxiously waited for her husband's return with their daughter, fondly called "Kak Ngah" by family members and neighbours.
ABOVE: Funeral rites were performed at the Assa'Adah Madrasah in Wangsa Maju BELOW: Prayers at the
ABOVE: Jenazah Nurin Jazlin selamat dibumikan BELOW: The final look from the father
Nurin was buried after Friday prayers. The body of the missing girl Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, 8, was finally laid to rest at the
Yesterday, police confirmed the results of the DNA test done on the blood samples taken from the dead girl matched that of Jazimin, 33, and Norazian, 35. However, Nurin's parents were doubtful over the findings and asked for a second DNA test. The outcome will be known on Sunday. Nurin, a Standard Two pupil of Sekolah Kebangsaan Desa Setapak, was missing since Aug 20 when she went to a night market near her home in Wangsa Maju on her own. She was last seen being dragged into a white van by a man. On Monday, an employee of a book distribution company found a sports bag at the bottom of a staircase of a shoplot in PJS1/48, Petaling Utama, and brought into her working place, thinking that it belonged to her boss. Her boss later opened the bag and discovered the naked body of a girl believed to be between six and nine-years-old in a foetal position in the brand new bag.
ABOVE: Close up of Mother sprinkling holy water BELOW: the sister's turn, sprinkling scented holy water
Police later found bruise marks on her neck, suggesting strangulation, and a brinjal and a cucumber inserted in her private parts. Meanwhile, thousands of mourners, including children, from all races paid their last respects to Nurin at the Assa'Adah Madrasah in Wangsa Maju where the funeral rites were performed.
Among them was Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil(ABOVE) . Policemen were seen diverting traffic to ease congestion.
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CID Director Heads Special Probe Team On Nurin's Murder – IGP
Musa did not rule out the possibility of the suspect moving out of the
Her boss later opened the bag and discovered a naked body of a girl believed to be between six and nine-year-old in a foetal position in the brand new bag. Police later found bruise marks on her neck, suggesting strangulation, and a brinjal and a cucumber inserted in her private parts.A DNA test yesterday confirmed the body was that of Nurin. Meanwhile, it is learnt that police have recorded statements from a man who was seen near the shoplot a day before the sports bag bearing Nurin's body was found. Police believe the man could provide vital information to solve the case. Police are also viewing recordings of closed-circuit television cameras installed in adjacent buildings of the shoplot
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What happened today (Thursday, 20th Sept 2007), from the website
At today, Jazimin and his wife were asked to go to the Wangsa Maju Police Station. From there, they were taken to the HKL Mortuary to do a second inspection to identify the body of a girl found recently. They were joined by brothers Jazlan and myself on the father's side and a bother and sister of the wife. At the mortuary, a swamp of reporters were already there and speculated that the DNA results have been released and supposedly had indicated that the blood samples taken from Jazimin and his wife matches with the DNA of the "unknown" girl. The Police was however still saying that the DNA results have yet to be issued and the very purpose for them calling Jazimin and his relatives was to give another opportunity for the family to reinspect the body. In the inspection, all family members were positively sure that the body did not resemble Nurin.
We left the Mortuary at around . Not once had the police told us that they think the body was Nurin nor asked the the family to bring back the body for burial. After the inpection, all of us went to the Wangsa Maju Police Station to make police statements relating to the body inspection and what we thought of the inspection. At around 6, we were told (by callers) that the Police had made a Press Conference confirming the body to be of Nurin's. Up to this point, even the police at the station could not offer any explanation on the so-called Press Conference. By then we have been receiving condolence SMSs from friends and relative, of which we can only say that we do not know what's going on. All of us broke fast at Jazimin's house and joined by a string of reporters who updated us that such Press Conference was indeed held.
As we have not get any notification of any DNA results as claimed to have indicated that all samples matches with the body, we had to wait for the 8 o'clock news for information on the latest news! Come , we were horrified to note that TV3 has already confirmed that the body was Nurin as announced by the Selangor Police Chief in his Press Conference. What was more horrified was the statement saying that the parents had refused to accept the DNA results given to them in the afternoon, when in actual fact, the parents were not told of anything of that sort. More horrified was the statement that the parents might have a hidden agenda for not agreeing to the DNA results and the whole tragedy could be related to problems with "loan sharks".
After the news, we contacted the Sentul OCPD to find out on what was going on. He asked us to get hold of the PJ OCPD as the Press Conference was made by the Selangor Police and not
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Nurin Jazlin's Father Agrees To Second DNA Test
PETALING JAYA, Sept 20 (Bernama) -- Nurin Jazlin's father, Jazimin Abdul Jalil has agreed to a second DNA test to ascertain if the body of a girl found stuffed in a sports bag here on Monday is that of his daughter. Jazimin said he made the decision (agree to the second test) because he had doubts about the results of the first DNA test that was conveyed to him today. The result of the test had indicated the girl was Nurin Jazlin, who was reported missing on Aug 20. "I will make arrangements with the police (for the second test) as soon as possible. Only after that will I decide whether to accept the body is Nurin's," he told reporters when met at the Petaling Jaya police station here tonight.
It is understood he was there to meet Petaling Jaya police chief ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed to see for himself the results of the first DNA test. Jazimin entered the station at and came out at and was immediately approached by waiting reporters. Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar had suggested to Nurin's parents to undergo a second DNA test after they did not accept the result of the first that the girl found in the bag was their daughter.
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It is sad so sad that that when parents are so strong in believes that in the face of scientific evidence they still are unable to accept the fact that the dead body is that of their daughter. We cannot blame them and we don’t need the psychologist to tell us their theories. When someone has been kidnapped and away from home, he/she can change drastically without proper food and nourishment and especially so if also subjected to abuse. So it is not surprising that Nurin’s parents are unable to recognize their own girl as they are still pinning on very strong believe that their child is somewhere and can be found. To further convince them, IGP Tans Sri Musa Hassan suggested a second DNA test can be done to compare the results with he siblings. The first test DNA matching was in comparison with the parents. Even the corroborative blood test failed to convince them.
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Cops Suggest Nurin's Parents Go For Second DNA Test - Selangor CPO
SHAH ALAM, Sept 20 (Bernama) -- Police will propose to the parents of Nurin Jazlin Jazimin to undergo a second DNA test following their refusal to accept the body stuffed in a sports bag in Petaling Utama as their missing daughter. Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar (BELOW) said Jazimin Abdul Jalil, 33, and Norazian Bistaman, 35, had said the girl was not their daughter despite blood and DNA tests on the body matching their blood. "We invited them for a second identification of the body this afternoon and they confirmed the body was not their daughter's. "So, we will suggest to them to go for a second DNA test later," he told reporters.
She is believed to have been brutally murdered 24 hours before her body was found under the stairs of a three-storey shophouse. A post-mortem revealed the murderer had inserted a cucumber and a brinjal in her private parts, forcing the rupture of her rectum and infected with bacteria, resulting in her gruesome death.= == = == = ==
Police Have Leads To Solve Nurin's Murder, Says IGPKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20 (Bernama) -- Police have leads to trace the suspect in the brutal murder of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin whose body was found stuffed in a sports bag in Petaling Jaya on Monday, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan (BELOW) said today. He said that police have so far identified one suspect involved in the murder.
DNA confirms body in bag is Nurin; Charles Ramendran; SUN
SHAH ALAM (Sept 20, 2007): A DNA test has revealed that the body of a girl found in a sportsbag in PJS1, off Old Klang Road, on Monday (Sept 17) is that of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin who had been missing for a month. Selangor police chief DCP Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar told reporters in the state police headquarters here today the Chemistry Department report released at 2pm showed the DNA samples taken from Nurin's parents matched that of the dead girl who was sexually savaged.
He said police broke the sad news to Nurin's parents past today and told them to identify the body again, although they had earlier done so and denied that the body was that of Nurin, a Standard Two pupil of Sekolah Kebangsaan Desa Setapak. The parents arrived at the
"This time we will take another sample from Nurin's eldest sister to be sure. We will also check the girl's dental records if there is any and will ask her grandmother and other relatives to try and identify the body of the girl found in the bag," Khalid said. Since she went missing on Aug 20 after a visit alone to a night market near her house in Wangsa Maju, a nationwide search for Nurin with the help of the public and the media was launched. Several companies had lent a hand in tracing the girl by sponsoring posters and giant banners of her images which were displayed and distributed in various spots in the
"I am Nurin's father ...(ABOVE) I know my daughter better than anyone else. My heart is saying the body is not my daughter. If police ask me to take the body, I will accept, I will perform the funeral rites and bury it. But I want the police to pursue the search for Nurin because I know Nurin is still safe out there,"the taxi driver told reporters outside the
Jazimin said he was sure the body was not his daughter's based on her teeth and the scar. He said Nurin had no gaps in her teeth and had a scar on her thigh. Jazimin and his wife, Norazian Bistaman, 35, who were called to the hospital for identification on Monday (Sept 17) did not accept that the body was their daughter based on the physical condition of the girl's body.
A distraught Norazian told reporters she would accept the authorities' decision.
"What else can I say. The DNA test shows she is my daughter. I will accept the will of God. As a mother, I still hope the body is not my daughter's. Which mother will accept the reality that her daughter was raped and killed brutally. Only God will know the extent of my sadness and grief,"she said in tears. Norazian said this year's Hari Raya Aidil Fitri celebrations would be the most joyous and meaningful in her life in the event Nurin was found safe and sound. "In fact, we've already bought Nurin's Hari Raya dress and I will patiently wait for her return," she added. To add salt to injury, Norazian said while her family was grieving over Nurin's long disappearance, some pepole have the heart to ridicule and poke fun at her and her husband, making phone calls to say Nurin, whom they have nicknamed "Kak Ngah", was with them.
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Jeanne Appalled By Crimes Against Children
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 20 (Bernama) -- As the country is transfixed on the fate of Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, 8, who may have been sexually abused, Datin Seri Jeanne Abdullah (ABOVE) has expressed sadness over the recent spate of crimes being committed against innocent children. The Prime Minister's wife has this advice for all Malaysian parents: "Love your children and protect them from falling prey to ruthless people out there." She said all parents loved their children and surely none of them would want something bad to happen to their offspring. "We must love our children. We never know what can happen to them," she told reporters after handing out Aidilfitri goodies to 450 support staff and single parents of the Internal Security Ministry here today.
Nurin Jazlin, a Standard Two pupil of Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Desa Setapak, was reported missing on Aug 20 after going alone to a night market near her house at Section 1 in Wangsa Maju. Today, police confirmed the DNA test on the body of a girl found stuffed in a sports bag at a shophouse in Petaling Jaya Utama on Monday was that of Nurin Jazlin. Jeanne said: "It's sad to see that children are no longer allowed to go outside because when we were young we were not afraid to go outside. But now parents are afraid to let their children out." "I really wish that all of us could pray for an end to crimes against children," she added.
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DNA tests: Body found in bag is Nurin (update 2)
PETALING JAYA: The police have said that DNA tests on the body found stuffed in a sports bag on Monday in Petaling Jaya show that it is that of missing girl Nurin Jazlin Jazimin. Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed on Thursday said that DNA tests have so far indicated that the body found in a shophouse at Jalan PJS1, Petaling Jaya Utama is that of Nurin, 8, who had been missing since Aug 20. Police are waiting for confirmation of the DNA tests. At Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Nurin's father Jazimin Abdul Jalil, 33, a taxi driver still denied the body was that of his daughter, reports BERNAMA. "I am Nurin's father ... I know my daughter better than anyone else. My heart is saying the body is not my daughter. "If police ask me to take the body, I will accept, I will perform the funeral rites and bury it.
But I want the police to pursue the search for Nurin because I know Nurin is still safe out there," he said, speaking to reporters outside the HKL mortuary. Jazimin added that he was sure the body was not Nurin because of the teeth and the scar that Nurin had. According to Jazimin, Nurin's teeth did not have gaps between them and she also had a scar on her thigh. Nurin's mother Norazian Bistaman, 35, said she was ready to accept what the authorities tell her. "What else can I say. The DNA test shows she is my daughter. I will accept the will of God. "As a mother, I still hope the body is not my daughter's. Which mother will accept the reality that her daughter was raped and killed brutally. "Only God knows the extent of my sadness and grief," she said in tears. Norazian said this year's Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations would be the most joyous and meaningful in her life in the event Nurin was found safe and sound. "In fact, we've already bought Nurin's Hari Raya dress and I will patiently wait for her return," she added.
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999 Emergency Phone Number To Handle Children's Problems
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2O (Bernama) -- The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry, with the collaboration of the police, will make use of the 999 emergency telephone number as the focal point to resolve the problem of missing and abused children. Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said the number would serve as a temporary line until a special line for children was set up for the purpose. "If parents and the society need assistance, they can use the line to obtain help," she told reporters after chairing a meeting on action to overcome abuse and disappearance of children, which was attended by the Inspector-General of Police and several non-governmental organisations. The meeting comes in the wake of several cases of abuse and disappearance of children, including the disappearance of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin. Shahrizat said the children assistance line was in accordance with government efforts to make
999 Emergency Phone Number To Handle Children's Problems
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2O (Bernama) -- The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry, with the collaboration of the police, will make use of the 999 emergency telephone number as the focal point to resolve the problem of missing and abused children. Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said the number would serve as a temporary line until a special line for children was set up for the purpose. "If parents and the society need assistance, they can use the line to obtain help," she told reporters after chairing a meeting on action to overcome abuse and disappearance of children, which was attended by the Inspector-General of Police and several non-governmental organisations. The meeting comes in the wake of several cases of abuse and disappearance of children, including the disappearance of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin.
Shahrizat said the children assistance line was in accordance with government efforts to make
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