At noon 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 4 pm. 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 8 o'clock, 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 Kuala Lumpur.
Managed to get hold of the PJ OCPD, we fixed an appointment with him later in the night. So at around 10.00 p.m. Jazimin, his brothers Jazlan, Johari and myself together with my wife arrived at the PJ OCPD's office. Joining the meeting were several other PJ Police Officers.
It was only then, Jazimin and the brothers were informed of the DNA results, a result which is by now a public knowledge.
Unconvinced with the results, Jazimin has requested for a second DNA test to erase all doubts.
A lot more things will take place tomorrow. Till then and until the release of the second DNA results, as far as the family is concerned, Nurin is still missing and by now has entered the 32nd day.
We are still praying for Nurin's safe return.