Both our families (the Jazimins and mine)will be heading for home tomorrow, after a week's Raya break. Jazimin will be heading home from Selama, Perak while mine will be leaving Penang.
This Raya will always be remembered as a Raya that has brought the families closer together as both the near and the distant branches of the family, are resolute with the hope for a quick and successful conviction of the sadistic perpetrator(s) that had tortured Nurin until her death.
We also came to know that Solat Hajats were performed everywhere, during Nurin's disappearance as well as after when she was found, though not alive. And to all these initiatives, we wish to convey our greatest appreciation.
Everyone we met asked for absolutely one common thing, what's the latest news. Of course, we don't really have the answer as just like all the others, we are equally clueless.
We have not make it a habit to call on the police every now and then asking for updates as we are quite certain that the police are indeed pursuing the investigation dutifully and hopefully with much progresses though not much of it are disclosed to the public.
Hopefully, next week we will hear :-
1. THAT the motorcyclist has been identified and arrested;
2. THAT the arrest of the motorcyclist has led the Police for the arrest of the sadistic killer, assuming that the motorcyclist was merely the transporter; and
3. THAT the Police have completed their investigation on finding the culprit who took and disseminated the autopsy pictures.
All these are hopes, but definitely not really high hopes, as these are really no more than merely natural hopes.
Meanwhile, talking of people capitalising on one's misery, we have just also learnt that there is already at least a "story" book on the tragedy befalling Nurin selling for RM2.50 at sidewalk's book stalls. Though we are yet to get hold of one, we are quite sure that we will be able to get a copy of it very soon.
Since we're yet to get hold of any of the books, it is therefore quite premature for us to state our position on the matter.
On the positive front, Nurin Alert will be getting another boost as an article on the subject will be carried by a national daily within the next few days. Hopefully, with its exposure to the public beyond the blog sphere, more public support on it will be garnered. With greater public support, the journey of Nurin Alert from ideals to reality would be faster and easier.
Thank you for keeping on visiting the blog during the past week and sorry for the one week silence. The silent mode was merely due to my limited internet access while on holidays here.