It's the work of his closest friend. The victim's father doesn't know as the culprit has a split personality, normal when in public but a sex maniac when left alone.
Not only he kidnaps little girls from the Pasar Malam but he sodomise little boys too.
The victim is a lovely girl, staying in a flat at Setapak. The father operates a Nasi Lemak stall and are heavily in debts, with Ah Long included.
One fine day, his daughter went missing after visiting the Pasar Malam. Searches were made everywhere but without avail.
Then a gunny sack with a body of a girl was found near a construction site. The body was said to the missing girl "Natasha".
The parents were asked to identify the body but despite DNA results, the father denied that the dead body was his child.
The Police then made several theories on why the father refuses to accept that the body was of his daughter's. He must be hiding something, exclaimed one of the Police officer.
After much coaxing and after the mother had a dream at 3.00 a.m., the father relented and agreed to claim the body for burial.
At the cemetery, a reporter asked whether he was convinced that the girl they just buried was his. He told the reporter that he was just doing everyone a favour by burying the child as everyone thinks that the child was his. As far as he's concerned, his child was still missing and expects the Police to continue with the searching operations.
Back tracking a bit, the post-mortem results showed that the child was dead due to infections resulting from injuries at her private parts. It was discovered that the child was sexually abused using foreign objects, and the foreign objects were cucumber and brinjal.
Fast forward, the Police came to know that the Ah Long (whom the father was heavily in debt with) issued a threat to the child's father saying that he would be facing the same consequence as his daughter's if he failed to pay up his dues.
The Ah Long was hauled in and questioned but they (the Police) could not find any evidence that could relate the Ah Long with the abduction cum murder of "Natasha". He was then released.
In the meantime, "Natasha's" abductor cum murderer went prowling again. The public became panicky!
Then a video clip was discovered showing someone carrying a gunny sack at the place where the child's body was found.
The Police reviewed the video clip and detected a van captured in the video clip.
The van (with its registration number clearly visible) was traced to - guess who -the child's father!
Immediately the father became the suspect and brought for questioning. He denied any involvement but when shown a picture with his van captured, he told the police that besides him, his close friend also uses his van from time to time.
The police showed a photofit, and he immediately recognised the photofit to be his close friend.
The Police and the father straight away ambushed the friends house - only to discover that he has several pictures of naked "Natasha" and other kids together with the drees Natasha last worn.
Case solved .
After reading the above story, whose story would you relate it to?
Nobody would have to think real hard but to recognise it to be a story which resembles the Nurin (and Jazimin) story!
And that's tonight's episode of Gerak Khas aired over RTM2 at 9.00 p.m. today!
Just what is Yusof Haslam and RTM trying to do here? Adding more speculation, the "no-no" that the Police had been advising the public from doing!
The only thing missing from tonight's episode is the distribution of "Natasha's" autopsy pictures. Maybe it's next week's episode, and I wonder whose the culprit this time.
Though the ending part does not incriminate the parents, but the parents were pictured as heavily in debt and at a certain stage, was in a state of denial. And this suggestion would have a great impact to the parents of Nurin Jazlin. (As if they haven't had enough!)
What should we do then? Let them make money and more money on the sufferings of other people and the same time taint the reputation of the victim's family?
I think both Yusof Haslam and RTM is just inviting suits to come their way. While we have not proceeded with any legal action on the slandering news reports and the distribution of autopsy pictures, this latest straw is making my blood boiling urging us to see our lawyer on the best action to take on all the now "three" matters. Are we wrong? Let us know!