Monday, January 14, 2008

MORE PICS & Video –Nurin’s Murder - Guard Suspect Arrested – 4 Child Victims taken to where he lived found Place unfamiliar; Another Red Herring?

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Child victims could not identify 'Kampung Baru' duo suspects, say cops

Charles Ramendran;theSUN

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 15, 2008): Police say the four young children who were victims of the "Kampung Baru" molester could not identify the two suspects rounded up here last week. Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Ismail Omar said DNA samples of the suspects' DNA have been sent for match test with evidence collected during the probe on the abduction, sexual assault and murder of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jamsari last year.

"We are still investigating if they are involved but if there is no evidence to implicate them, then we will have to release them. The children could not identify them as their abusers," he told a press conference after receiving RM260,000 worth of Eye Glo Plus (eye drops) from CCM Bhd in Bukit Aman today. The two men aged 32 and 43 were arrested last Wednesday and Thursday (Jan 9 and 10) in separate locations here after they apppeared to resemble a photofit of the "Kampung Baru" child molester released by police.

On the dozens of crank calls received by police and the family of Sharlinie Mohd Nashar, he said it was very unbecoming of such individuals to indulge in such acts when the race to find the victim is so intense. "This is so very irresponsible. At a time when when the whole nation is worried and is hoping the girl is found quickly, we have such people who want to play a fool and thwart our efforts. That is why we had to act by arresting them. Let this be a warning that police will not hesitate to act sternly on those who try to do such things," he added.

Earlier, in another press conference, Petaling Jaya police chief ACP Arjunaidi Mohamad said a 16-year-old boy was arrested by Bagan Serai police in Perak today for allegedly making false claims of knowing the whereabouts Sharlinie Mohd Nashar.
He said the boy telephoned Sharlinie's father, Mohd Nashar over the last several days and he is said to have also made demands in exchange for information on the victim. Although Arjunaidi declined to specify what demands the boy made, it is understood to be money. Police tracked down the boy who was picked up in his house in Bagan Serai about
6.30am. He said the boy, who has been handed over to PJ police, will be remanded and held here for investigations into several offences, including extortion and mischief. Arjunaidi did not disclose if the boy was a still schooling or is a dropout. "We wish to warn those who try to confuse and disrupt our investigations by making such false calls to stop doing it as we do not take it lightly. We will take stern action against them. "We welcome those who come forward to give us genuine leads that help us find Sharlinie," he said. He added that another suspect, an Indonesian woman who made similar calls and was caught by police in Johor on Monday, has been remanded for three days and is also in the custody of PJ police.

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ABOVE: Nurin's " missing poster" and BELOW: Where is Sharlinie being hidden? Why cant she cry and make a lot of noise as the whole Nation is looking for her?

It looks like the Police went on a wild goose chase again and use this arrest as a red herring to divert attention from the current desperate case of not finding Sharlinie. This is now a familiar police tactic to show that the case is not close yet and only after 144 days they make a move to arrest this suspect.
The dragnets used by the Police are full of holes to catch any culprits. And the reports from the earlier on-line editions are off the mark.

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Following the arrest at 10 am on Sunday, the suspect was taken to an old building in Jalan Tun Razak where the suspect used to live.

ABOVE & BELOW: Two forensic teams combed the building looking for clues.

An initial probe revealed rear block building is only 50 m from the main road was where the suspect lived. Police are trying to trace evidence in connection with abduction and murder of Nurin. Police have cordoned off the area.

ABOVE: child no 1 and BELOW Child No 2; all shook their heads and said the place is not familiar

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Later in afternoon, 4 children who had been victims of abductors last year & this month were taken to the same location with their parents. Police hope children would be able to shed some light whether the suspect is the wanted man in the photo fit released in the Shalinie abduction.The children were taken around the scene but said the place was not familiar to them
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January 13, 2008 21:30 PM

Security Guard Matching Child Abductor Photofit Arrested

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 13 (Bernama) -- A security guard whose features match a photofit (ABOVE)of a child abductor was arrested at an abandoned building in Jalan Tun Razak here Sunday. The 32-year-old man was hauled up at 10am at the building next to the Marinara building here while on duty. Kuala Lumpur CID chief SAC II Ku Chin Wah who confirmed the arrest when contacted has asked the public not to make any speculation. He said the arrest was made as a normal procedure after police acted on a report or information.

ABOVE & BELOW: The suspect was clad in a black T-shirt and handcuffed while his head was covered with a piece of cloth. It is difficult to tell from these unclear pics if this suspect resembled the photo fit

"Police will verify the veracity of the report and find the evidence before taking further action. It is part of `Ops Sunti' launched by Bukit Aman in October last year," he said. The man who has been a security guard at the building for the past one year was picked up by police and then taken back to the building at noon. The suspect was clad in a black T-shirt and handcuffed while his head was covered with a piece of cloth. He is said to have three sons. A forensic team was also seen at the building. Police took the man out of the building after one and a half hours later. Meanwhile, sources said Bukit Aman also arrested a man in Chow Kit at about 10pm last night in connection with the child abduction-molest cases in Kampung Baru last year.ABOVE: child no
ABOVE: Child No 3; all shook their heads and said the place is not familiar BELOW Child No 4 also said the place is not familiar; so the police gone on another wild goose chase and back to square one?

At 3.40pm today, the five victims were taken to the abandoned building in two police vans and left the building 20 minutes later. The media were barred from taking their pictures by family members who accompanied them. Bernama learned that a room in the building had been cleaned up by the security guard and furnished with a cupboard, television and mattress. It has an attached bathroom. A black motorcycle belonging to him was also recovered from the scene. The man is said to have taken his children frequently to the room although the grounds of the building were unkempt with overgrown grass and plants. A friend of the security guard said the man often worked the night shift and had been working there for the past one year.

ABOVE: The abandoned building where the Security Guard lived on the back portion and BELOW: located next to Marinia Builing

"The building was vacated more than three years ago. A security guard was placed there to prevent trespassers," he told Bernama. Sal Group director Abd Latif Ghani denied that the building belonged to the company as reported by the media. On Wednesday, Sharlinie Mohd Nashar, 5, went missing about 11.30am while walking home after playing with her eight-year-old sister at a playground, about 200 metres away from their house in Taman Medan, Petaling Jaya. Earlier, on Monday Nur Fateha Zaidi, 6, was reported missing at 5pm after she was abducted by a man on a motorcycle in nearby Desa Sepakat but was later found wandering in Wangsa Maju three hours later.

ABOVE & BELOW: The parents of Nurin were hoping the suspect can be verified as the person responsible.

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Sunday January 13, 2008; MYT 7:01:23 PM

Developments in Nurin case
PETALING JAYA: Police arrested a man on Saturday night in connection with the Nurin Jazlin Jazimin’s murder case. The arrest was made in Jalan Chow Kit in Kuala Lumpur. Eight-year-old Nurin's ravaged body was found in a sports bag last September, a month after she had been kidnapped. Police believe there may be links between her case and that of five-year-old Sharlinie Mohd Nashar, who went missing on Wednesday, and the case of the so-called "Kampung Baru molester." Sharlinie was abducted in Taman Medan, just a few kilometres from where Nurin's body was found. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan Musa confirmed the arrest in Johor Baru after visiting Johor MIC headquarters, where MIC state deputy head Datuk S. Krishnasamy was shot to death on Friday. To assist their investigations, police on Sunday brought five kids believed to have also been victims of the Kampung Baru molester, to a building in
Kuala Lumpur. It is believed that Nurin was held there by her abductor.
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Two arrested in connection with Nurin Jazlin Jazimin's murder
By : Alang Bendahara; NST

Two men were arrested by police in the city to assist in the brutal rape and murder of 8-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin.
Both men in their 30s were arrested separately at different location in the city on Saturday and yesterday. The first arrest was made at Lorong Haji Taib while the second was at an abandoned building along Jalan Tun Razak. Both the men were working as security guards.

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