MORE PICS - Police Hot Air After Nurin’s Killer(s); 4 Suspects Released; Indo Woman, a prankster? Now New Lead: Two Suspects - Couple Photofits
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!= == = == = == = = ==
NO new Post-postmortem Nurin pics here, but see the latest MAT REMPITS - Go latest post (Oct 10 07)
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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!
Poser Over Murder Suspect's Nationality;
The woman is believed to have fed Nurin while the eight-year-old girl was held in captivity after she was abducted in Wangsa Maju on Aug 20. Till today, the embassy's officials have tried in vain to meet the suspect, who had worked at a Ramadan bazaar stall in Nilai, to ascertain her nationality but were denied permission by the police. The embassy's Indonesian Citizens Service and Protection Task Force head, Tatang Razak, told Bernama today: "We merely wanted to ascertain the suspect's nationality since the media reported that she was an Indonesian but did not carry any travel document at the time of her arrest.
"Unfortunately, the police have yet to give us the green light on the matter."
The woman is believed to have swallowed a SIM (subscriber identity module) card while being taken from the Federal Police headquarters in Bukit Aman to the Petaling Jaya Magistrate's Court.
"What's her condition now? And, have the doctors retrieved the SIM card? We understand the police have a job to do, and we respect that. "But please, give us access to meet the suspect," said Tatang, adding that the Indonesian Government had directed the embassy to give a full report on the matter. The woman has been remanded for seven days from Sept 30 in connectionwith Nurin's murder. Nurin's nude body was found in a sports bag left outside a shop in Petaling Utama on Sept 17
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When unable to solve this prolonged and deeply highlighted case, the Police are now venting their frustrations at the Press for Over-reporting. If the press were just to report what the police says, then there is "nothing" to read in the papers. Newspaper are in business to give news and if they cannot get the official one, then their "sources" come into play to play up the news to the gallery. Speculations; the more juicer the better is what the public want to read - true or false.
Wan springs media surprise
He calmly announced that police had lodged a report against the media for “false reporting” over the Nurin case. Wan expressed his disappointment at the way the media had covered the case even though police had not issued any official statements or given details. It is learnt that the report was lodged at the Petaling Jaya police station on Monday by a senior officer.
No media was singled out but the complaint stated that several false reports had been published. It also stated that the reports cited unnamed sources.
Later, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, when asked about the report, said: “This is what happens when there is false reporting. “We know when to inform the press if there is progress in the case. “Don't jump the gun and if reporters keep doing this, it will land them in trouble.” Last week, Musa said investigations into the Nurin case were two-pronged. One was to solve the murder and the other, to establish if Nurin's parents had been negligent, which resulted in her abduction. There was an outcry from readers and various parties who said police should concentrate on finding the killer and not further distress the parents. It is not known if police have made a case yet against the parents.= == = == =
Cops lodge reports against papers
PETALING JAYA: Police reports have been lodged against severalnewspapers for jeopardising police investigations in the Nurin Jazlin Jazimin murder case. It is learnt the investigating officer of the case who lodged the report had also alleged that the newspapers had published unconfirmed and unsubstantiated news articles in their newspapers. Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm (II) Mazlan Mansor said senior investigating officer Asst Supt Loh
"Our officers have identified the newspapers as well as the reporters concerned and will be contacting them soon." SAC Mazlan said the newspapers had published articles that were not consistent with police investigations and had quoted unauthorized sources.He said such irresponsible reporting made it difficult for police to investigate.
Meanwhile, commenting on the police report lodged against several newspapers, Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan (ABOVE) said the media should refrain from speculation and from quoting unsubstantiated sources.= = == = = = = = =
ABOVE: CID Director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee said the suspects, a man and a woman, were identified based on their photofit from public information (BELOW)
Malaysiakini still has a story on the Police Ongoing Action to nab the Killers under
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The Police is under tremendous pressure and is prepared to follow any lead that can show some connection with the brutal killing of that little girl Nurin Jazlin Jazimin (ABOVE) .after having been sexually assaulted. It is like finding a “needle in the haystack”
When the Four (ABOVE) were initially arrested following tip offs, great excitement was generated that Nurin’s father expressed the hope to see the killer. But All these evaporated as hot air when detailed investigations showed that they were not involved in this particular case. They might have some background records for other offenses.
If one has followed the Microchip heist (RM3.5M loss, details H E R E) in
It is hard to get information from the public. Each one is its own and most mind their own business to care for so many things that is happening around. And a reality check would have indicated that she created this reality. It was reported she wandered out alone for the “first time one her own” to meet this final outcome. What was the urging that make her do so. This is the mystery she took along in death.
Now the CID Boss has a new lead and a new photofit for a couple suspect. - just the "suspicicious" info that this man was looking a room in Bangsar for his daughter.
And the wild goose chase goes on. The top brass in the Police force is under harassment to get the killer(s).
From the manner they replied(see IGP ABOVE) to persistent queries from the press, and their curt replies are signs of their frustration. They have tried every tricks and leads from the public and it is indeed frustration to meet the dead end
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Cops come up with photofits of man and woman in Nurin murder probe
Giam Say Khoon
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 2, 2007): Police have assembled and made public the photofits of a man and a woman wanted in connection with the murder of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, whose naked body was found stuffed in a sportsbag in Petaling Jaya on Sept 17. Federal CID director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee said today police are trying to locate a man, who was looking for a room to rent in Bangsar when Nurin went missing near her house in Wangsa Maju on Aug 20 after visiting a night market.
He said the man, aged between 35 and 40 and 168cm tall, had tried to look for a room several times in Bangsar for himself and his daughter. "However, the man had not been seen with his daughter when he was looking for a room," he told a press conference yesterday. Wan said police are still looking for the woman dressed in red found loitering near the sportsbag used to keep Nurin’s body on the afternoon of Sept 16, a day before her body was found in Petaling Utama. He said that according to witnesses, the woman is aged about 20 and 153cm tall. "Anyone with the information on the two suspects should immediately contact the nearest police station," he said.
On the Indonesian woman who swallowed a handphone SIM card which she hid from police when she was picked up by police in Nilai on Saturday, Wan said the woman is being warded and detained at Universiti Malaya Medical Centre for her to purge the card. Asked whether there is a connection in the Kampung Baru case in which two young girls were abducted and molested and Nurin’s case, he said the police task force team is still looking for evidence on the two cases. Wan also refused to elaborate on the content of the closed-circuit TV recording at a book centre near the crime scene. "I cannot disclose the information on the CCTV because we are still investigating the footage and it will jeopardise investigations to reveal anything," he said. He said police are also waiting for the results from the police officer as sent to the
Four men aged between 27 and 33, whom police picked up in Shah Alam to facilitate investigation were released unconditionally on Monday. Wan said the four men had given full cooperation and were released after they were found not having any connection with the case. He also expressed disappointment with media reports on the case based on unofficial sources. "A police report have been lodged to investigate untruthful reports by the me," he said.
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Two More Suspects Identified In Nurin's Murder - CID Director
ABOVE & BELOW: CID Director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee showing photofits of the two suspects, Below also copy of the Sports Bag where Nurin was found dead
Wan urged the public who saw the two Malay suspects, whose nationalities are unknown, to contact investigating officer ASP
On the Indonesian woman suspect (ABOVE) arrested in connection with Nurin's murder, Wan said police were still questioning her. He said the SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card which she swallowed while being taken to the Petaling Jaya Magistrate's Court on Saturday has not been ejected from her body. The 23-year-old woman has been admitted to the University Malaya Medical Centre in Petaling Jaya after she swallowed the card. Police believe the SIM card can shed light to solve the murder of eight-year-old Nurin. On the closed-circuit television camera recording sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) laboratory in
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Police free Nurin murder suspects
ABOVE: The 4 suspects released should filed a report and make a claim for compensation
Charles Ramendran (theSUN)
PETALING JAYA (Oct 1, 2007): Four days after they were sensationally arrested for investigation into the murder of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, the four men whom police picked up in Shah Alam were released unconditionally today. Sources said a report from the Chemistry Department showed that the DNA samples taken from the four did not match that found at the crime scene in Petaling Utama where the girl's naked and battered body was found stuffed in a sportsbag on Sept 17. At about yesterday, the men walked out of the district police headquarters and were greeted by their families and friends. When they were arrested, hopes were raised that the police were close to solving the case which shocked the nation because of the way the victim was sexually savaged.
Federal police CID director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee, when contacted last evening, declined to comment on the release but said he would hold a press conference on the matter today (Tues). The men, aged between 27 and 33, were remanded for a week after arrested last Thursday and Friday in Section 7, Shah Alam in a joint raid by federal,
The suspect is being warded and held at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre after she was suspected to have swallowed a handphone subscriber identification module (SIM) card which she hid from police. Doctors at the UMMC are still trying to get her to purge the card. The woman had allegedly sent SMSes to a police hotline number, claiming Nurin was in her custody days after the girl went missing near her house in Wangsa Maju on Aug 20 during a visit to a night market.
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Don't Listen To Rumours On My Father's Health, Says Mukhriz
He said the people should follow progress of his father's health through press statements issued by the National Heart Institute (IJN) and from postings on the blog of his elder sister, Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir, at www.rantingsbymm.blogspot.com.
He said the blog had postings on the daily progress of Dr Mahathir's condition.
"I am quite surprised over such rumours because the IJN issues statements and my family, through my sister, gives updates on my father's condition regularly through her blog.
"That's why I am quite surprised why there are still mischievous SMSses being sent out. Actually, this is not something new. Even when my father was ill before, such SMSses were circulated," he told reporters when asked to comment on rumours that Dr Mahathir's health condition was serious.
Asked whether the SMS senders had ulterior motives, Mukhriz said: "I don't know. Maybe they have ill intentions. But what surprises me is our attitude to forward SMSses to others without verifying the facts."
Dr Mahathir, 81, underwent a second heart bypass operation on Sept 4 at IJN.
"For now, we hope for the best. Our focus now is to ensure he receives the best treatment from IJN and when he is discharged, he is healthy," he said.
Urging the people to continue praying for his father's speedy recovery, Mukhriz said his father is being given adequate attention by specialists with the help of the state-of-the-art medical apparatus at IJN.
On Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations, he said, his family discouraged visitors to visit his father until he has fully recovered and has returned home."They are welcome when we host a thanksgiving feast later," he said.
Mukhriz said his mother, Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, who has been with Dr Mahathir since Sept 2, only left IJN once to break fast at the residence of his elder brother, Datuk Mokhzani Mahathir, and to meet family members and grandchildren.
Asked on Dr Mahathir's health condition, Mukhriz said: "We are very happy with his progress."
He said doctors are focusing attention on rebuilding Dr Mahathir's body strength.
"At this moment, they are not too picky about what he eats every day. He needs at least 2,000 calories a day.
"For this moment they will allow it. After two months, they will start looking into his diet," he said. Currently, Dr Mahathir is on mixed diet like porridge, bread, ice-cream, jelly, eggs and nutritional drinks, he added.
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