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ABOVE & BELOW CCTV FBI enhanced Footages of the Man carrying the heavy bag into the building
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Nurin murder suspect freed
Charles Ramendran; theSUN
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 10, 2007): The Indonesian woman (ABOVE) detained by Selangor police in connection with the murder of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin late last month was cleared of further investigations today. It is learnt that the 23-year-old woman who spent most of her days in police remand in Universiti Malaya Medical Centre to purge a sim card she swallowed, was handed over to
However, the woman who was detained in Nilai, Negri Sembilan on Sept 29 has been handed over to the Immigration Department and sent to the Semenyih detention centre as she does not have valid travel documents. Last week, police released four men who were picked up in Shah Alam on Sept 28 to help in the probe after they were found to be not involved.
ABOVE & BELOW: Two censored postmortem photos as shown in TV3 nightline news
On the internet circulation of autopsy photos of Nurin taken by police investigators, police said they have initiated investigations following a police report lodged by a senior police officer. Federal CID director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee when contacted said police will take severe action against those behind the circulation of the photos. It is learnt that investigators will be calling in two police photographers who were present during the post mortem on Nurin, for questioning.
Nurin's Family To Celebrate Aidilfitri In Perak
The contribution would ease the pain and help us rebuild our lives," he said. Jazimin said he had quit his job as taxi driver and would be venturing into business offered by Uptrend Network but the nature of the trade had yet to be determined. Nurin Jazlin went missing on Aug 20 after going to a night market near her house in Wangsa Maju. Her naked body stuffed in a sports bag was found outside a shop in Petaling Jaya on Sept 17. A post-mortem revealed that she was sexually assaulted.
Jazimin (ABOVE) yesterday lodged a police report over the circulation of post-mortem photographs of his daughter. Four men and a woman were arrested in connection with the murder but the men were later released unconditionally after the DNA test carried out on them did not match the foreign material found on Nurin's body.
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Who spread pictures of Nurin on the Net?
THE first beast was the one who murdered Nurin Jazimin. The second is the one who circulated what is believed to be her post-mortem pictures via the Internet! The gruesome pictures surfaced this morning and they are enough to make one's blood boil! The pictures show various injuries the little girl suffered. I assume they are meant only for medical record. But today, they are spread over the Internet in what can only be described as a dastardly and an inhumane act of violation on a dead person. How could this happen? Who is responsible for this? Where is the right of the dead to privacy? Where is respect for the dead? Isn't there any trace of human decency at all by those who did this? What kind of action can be taken against the perpetrators? How many more of such acts of indecent exposure? Let's get to the bottom of this once and for all!= == = == = == = = ==
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MORE PICS & Video – Mat Rempits Menance under Control? – Numbers are Multiplying & Spreading; Weekend Arrest 84 includes Pillion riders for various offences - no valid driving licenses & insurance; dangerous riding
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there is a relentless search for more of the post-mortem pics
Although post-mortem photographs Nurin were posted on the internet, Police warned stern action would taken against anyone distributing such pictures. Selangor Chief Police Officer Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said investigation is underway under the official Secrets Act (OSA) and warned those distributing such photographs by email to stop or the risk being prosecuted under the OSA or in possession of pornographic materials. Datuk Khalid said he was directing this warning particularly to his men who have direct accesses to those photographs.= ==== = = and from H E R E
Who spread pictures of Nurin on the Net?
THE first beast was the one who murdered Nurin Jazimin. The second is the one who circulated what is believed to be her post-mortem pictures via the Internet! The gruesome pictures surfaced this morning and they are enough to make one's blood boil! The pictures show various injuries the little girl suffered. I assume they are meant only for medical record. But today, they are spread over the Internet in what can only be described as a dastardly and an inhumane act of violation on a dead person. How could this happen? Who is responsible for this? Where is the right of the dead to privacy? Where is respect for the dead? Isn't there any trace of human decency at all by those who did this? What kind of action can be taken against the perpetrators? How many more of such acts of indecent exposure? Let's get to the bottom of this once and for all!
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;On the trail of a missing girl
By KULDEEP S. JESSY ; STARIT was the night of Aug 22 and a quiet night at that. Then came word about a missing child. There was a number to call and a woman by the name of Rae answered. She told me that a girl had been lost at a pasar malam and gave me another telephone number to call and speak to an Encik Jazimin (Abdul Jalil, Nurin Jazlin’s father) in Wangsa Maju for details. I rang the number, and a man answered in a stricken tone. It was Jazimin. I asked him about the lost girl. “Anak Encik hilang? (Is your daughter missing),” I asked him. “Ya, anak saya dah dua hari hilang (Yes, my daughter has been missing for two days),” he said, adding that she had gone to the pasar malam near their flat in Wangsa Maju by herself at 8.30pm on Monday, two days earlier. He told me that Nurin usually went to the pasar malam with her sisters but that night, she went alone.
Her mother thought she was going with one of her sisters. Nurin, a Year Two pupil of SK Desa Setapak, who was wearing a pink dress, then walked out unaccompanied to the pasar malam. That was the last the family saw of her. There was reason why the father was extra distressed. He told me that Nurin suffered from a kidney ailment and high blood pressure. “Kalau dia tak makan ubat, badan dia akan bengkak (If she does not take her medication, her body bloats up),” he told me in a choking voice. Jazimin, a 33-year-old taxi driver, said he had looked for her all over, including in drains and undergrowth, fearing that she could have fainted somewhere. He even visited religious teachers and several ustaz, who told him that Nurin was being held captive. Jazimin pleaded with me: “Saya sangat letih. Tolong carikan dia (I am very tired. Please help me find her),” he said. It was about . I told him I needed a photograph of Nurin to put out a story. Jazimin said he would come to Menara Star in Petaling Jaya after conducting another search. But he didn't show up. At about , I rang him on his handphone. He said he was very tired and asked if he could come over the following morning. I sympathised with him, and offered to send a photographer to his home. It was after when I knew what Nurin looked like.
The family provided several photographs of her. The story appeared in the The Star the following day, with a picture of Nurin dressed up as a kindergarten graduate, complete with mortar board. I took a personal interest in Nurin’s case, calling the police at every opportunity to find out about any developments. I also kept in touch with Jazimin and Norazian. Each time, I was disappointed. There was no trace of her. One of those I kept in constant touch was Sentul OCPD Asst Comm K. Kumaran, who was also desperate to find Nurin. There seemed to be a new lead when the police officer told me that a neighbour had seen Nurin being pulled into a van by a man that night. But days passed without any new lead. The family grew desperate. The police remained baffled. Like many others, I prayed that Nurin would be found safe. But it was to be in vain.
When news of a child’s body being found in a sports bag broke, I kept my fingers tightly crossed, like Jazimin and his entire family. But DNA tests confirmed that it was Nurin. Worse, she had been tortured, with a cucumber and brinjal stuffed in her private parts. At Nurin's funeral, I saw Jazimin and Norazian, and his three other daughters. I couldn’t help feeling for them all. I could not even walk up to them to offer my sympathies. But I feel the pain, too. I have taken on a new mission - to keep the Nurin story alive until her murderer is caught and brought to justice. Rest in peace, Nurin
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UPDATE: Sep 19 07
Sexual Disorder Cause Of Child Sexual Abuse, Says Expert
A post-mortem on the child found that she had been sexually abused before she was killed. The discovery of the dead body has been connected to the case of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin who has gone missing for 30 days now. However, this can only be confirmed by the results of a DNA test in about a week's time. These were among hundreds of reported cases of child sexual abuse while many more could have gone unreported. So, the question arises as to what drove some individuals to act violently against helpless children who should instead be loved and protected. A lecturer in psychology at the Faculty of Communications and Media Studies, University Technology Mara, Dr Amelia Abd Aziz said those who committed such heinous acts against children to satisfy their lust had a sexual disorder. She said their abnormal sexual desire for children caused them to prey on them rather than on adults.
"They find sexual gratification by inflicting pain on children by inserting objects like a cucumber or brinjal into their victims' private parts," she added when contacted by Bernama today. Amelia said these "disturbed" individuals were abnormal mentally and psychologically, but smart enough to dupe children by pretending to be kind and affectionate. Consultant psychiatrist at the Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre, Dr Nor Hamidah Mohd Salleh said those with a sexual disorder would go around looking for victims. "They usually pick on seemingly likeable children, and use gentle persuasion while displaying affection so that their intended victims would follow them. "These children are too naive to differentiate between good and bad people who approach them," she added. Dr Nor Hamidah said the pressures of living and mental problems were among the causes of sexual disorder.
She said parents should closely watch their children's movements to prevent any untoward incident. Meanwhile, the father of a five-year-old girl who had been sexually molested in Kampung Baru here, described the crime against his child as terribly cruel. "Those who commit such a crime are masking themselves as human beings when actually they behave like animals. "I am thankful that my daughter was not murdered like what happened to some children. But I am still angry as the culprit has not been caught," added the victim's father who wished anonymity. He said the culprit did the same thing to his daughter and the other child victims in Kampung Baru. "We do not know whether the crime was committed by the same person but the method used was the same, by inserting an object into the victim's private part," he said.
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Mystery Woman Sought To Solve Young Girl's Savage Murder
PETALING JAYA, Sept 19 (Bernama) -- A mystery woman, captured by a closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera at a shophouse here on Sunday, could shed light on the savage murder of a young girl whose body was stuffed in a sports bag. Clad in a red T-shirt and blue jeans, she was seen loitering outside the premises about (2 am?; if 2pm the bag would have been found the day before), as recorded by the CCTV, before entering a silver Perodua Kenari driven by an unidentified person. Petaling Jaya OCPD, ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed said as the quality of the images captured by the CCTV were grainy, police were unable to detect the vehicle's registration number.
He described the woman as sporting shoulder-length hair and petite of about 155cm in height. "We are appealing to this woman to contact us immediately, as we believe she may be able to facilitate our investigations into the murder," he told a press conference at his office in the district police headquarters. On Monday, the body of the girl, aged between six and nine, was found in the bag which was abandoned at the staircase of a three-storey shoplot in PJS 1/48. Her assailant had used a cucumber and a brinjal to penetrate her vagina, rupturing her rectum and causing bacterial infection. On speculation that the case could have a link with the case of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, who went missing a month ago in Wangsa Maju, Arjunaidi said it was too early to link the two cases.
Earlier, the police had invited newsmen to view the CCTV tape featuring the woman, to enable them to use her photograph in the print and electronic media. However, it was called off due to a technical glitch. Meanwhile, Arjunaidi denied that the image of a motorist leaving a sports bag at the shophouse was captured on the CCTV tape, as reported in an English daily today. In a related development, he said the DNA test on strands of hair foundon the victim's body, would be ready in a few days. "Next-of-kins of the victim have not contacted the police until now even after her image was published in all the newspapers today. Please come forward and assist us," he said, adding that a RM20,000 reward would be given to those who could provide information leading to the arrest of the girl's killer.
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ABOVE: Malaysiakini had the Body in Sports Bag story under Headlines online Sep 18 07. Details H E R E. The police have just release a picture of the dead girl and appeal for info to identify her. She is believe to be a foreigner as there was no BCG mark on her left arm. DNA test has been done and results would be known in three days time.
Girl’s body found in bag
By RAHMAN DAROS and MUZLIZA MUSTAFA; Malay Mail
THEY thought someone had dropped off a bag of books in front of their office in Petaling Jaya Utama. Instead, the sports bag contained the lifeless and nude body of a girl, aged between six and nine, who had been subjected to unimaginable horror.
ABOVE: The shop in Bandar Sunway where the sports bag was left at the verandah and BELOW: The sports bag (this is a re-staged or re-enacted photo) was taken up earlier by an employee to the office upstairs
A post-mortem at
ABOVE: Jalan PJS 1/48 and BELOW: the Shop where the Body was left in the staircase
The victim, whose body was bundled into a bag and dumped in front of a staircase in Jalan PJS 1/48, Petaling Jaya Utama, had been sexually assaulted with foreign objects. A post-mortem at
ABOVE: There was not much investigation at the shop as the murder was completed elsewhere; so all the police did was placed the sports bag in a body bag and BELOW: carted it away to the KL Hospital forensic Department for a postmortem
Sources said the assault was so intense that it ruptured her abdomen, which probably resulted in her death. The victim, believed to be between six and nine years old, was placed in a 1.2m-long sports bag in an upright position with both legs curled to her chest. She was naked. Those who found the body said it was clean. There were bruises on the neck and minor injuries on the legs but no traces of blood in the bag. A woman in her 20s seen loitering in the area hours before the body was found may be able to shed light on the case. Clad in a red top and a pair of black pants, the woman was caught on closed circuit television cameras hours before the body was found.
The camera was one of two installed by a workshop operator next to an office where the body was dumped. Police have seized the recordings and are analysing them. Sources who saw the recordings said the woman was seen making her way down the stairs of an office and entering a Perodua Kancil, driven by another person. It could not be ascertained if the woman was carrying anything. The identity of the victim has yet to be ascertained. Police did not find any missing person’s report which matched the victim. Yeoh Huat Lip, 51, general manager of IMM Management Sdn Bhd, said the bag was found by a worker who arrived for work at 8.30am and brought it inside, thinking that it belonged to Yeoh since he had just returned from Singapore. “I suspected there was something wrong when I caught a foul smell coming from the bag,” he said, adding that he and a worker had the shock of their lives when they saw a leg fall out after they unzipped the bag. “I thought it was a prank, that it was a doll. But when I saw the flies and got a whiff of the stench, I realised it was a body,” he said. The employee who found the bag, Cheng Yan Fong, 32, thought the bag contained books and brought it in.
“It was heavy but I thought nothing of it. Then I waited for my boss to arrive before asking him if it was his. That was when he opened the bag,” he said. Petaling Jaya deputy police chief Superintendent Mohd Shukor Sulong said the victim had short hair. “We are still trying to ascertain her identity,” he said. Mohd Shukor said the case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code. He appealed to those with information to call 03- 79662222 or the nearest police station.
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Child found sexually assaulted and killed
By RASHITHA A. HAMID; STARPETALING JAYA: She was just a little girl. But that did not stop some sick monster from killing her after sexually assaulting her.
Her naked body was stuffed into a sports bag and left at the staircase of a shop lot in PJS1/48 Petaling Utama yesterday. There were bruises on her neck, suggesting that she may have been strangled. There were also bruises on her hands. The girl, said to be between six and nine, was initially feared to be eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin who has been reported missing.
ABOVE: The father of Nurin was relieved that the body was not of his daughter; and there is still hope to find her and BELOW: the relieved parents leaving with a thumbs-up sign
But Nurin Jazlin’s parents, who rushed to the Hospital Kuala Lumpur mortuary, said it was not their daughter.
A supervisor with a book distributing company Cheng Yan Fang, 32(ABOVE, pointing to the staircase), found the black -and-blue sports bag at outside the premises. She thought the bag belonged to her employer who had just returned from
Petaling Jaya police chief Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd confirmed a post mortem report that the killer had placed a cucumber and a brinjal in the girl’s private parts. “She must have endured so much pain before she died,” he said. Police believe the girl, whose identity has not been ascertained, had been dead for more than six hours before her body was found. Police are appealing to those with missing daughters to call the district police headquarters here at 03-79562222. No arrest has been made yet..
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Women’s groups outraged over murder
“Sexual assault and murder cases affecting young children are getting more and more prevalent, and we, the public must step up and help prevent such occurrences,” said Ivy. She said that to achieve this, the public needed to be more aware and immediately report any suspicion of sexual abuse or violence to the authorities.
All Women’s Action Society (Awam) executive director Honey Tan urged the public to gather every resource to track down the killer. Tan added that such violence was a worrying trend. “We must start helping the people we know deal with their anxiety and stress, which would translate into violence,” she said. Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil described the incident as a cruel and despicable act. “The police must go all out in their investigations and bring the culprit to justice,” she said.
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