Monday, August 25, 2008

Nurin pix culprit known ...... since November 2007

"THE authorities have identified the culprit responsible for circulating post-mortem pictures of child murder victim Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, Harian Metro reported.

Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar was quoted as saying that the case has been taken over by Bukit Aman.

Nurin’s father Jazimin Abdul Jalil, 34, had on Thursday filed a negligence suit against the police and Government over post-mortem photographs of his daughter appearing online." - Star Online


The above news items appeared at most other newspapers reporting Datuk Khalid's reaction on the suit filed by Jazimin last Thursday.

Ironically, such statement was actually made by none other than the Inspector General himself as early as November 3rd, 2007, almost TEN months ago.

To recap, here's the news item carried by Bernama on that particular day :-

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 3 (Bernama) -- The identity of the individual responsible for distributing the autopsy pictures of murdered Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, eight, has been identified and will be charged in court soon.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan who disclosed this Friday night, said the investigation had been completed.

"We have identified the person and he will be charged soon. We will inform the media when we are ready to charge him," he told reporters after a police Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house at the Police Training Centre here.

He said the police could not provide more details on the individual as investigations into Nurin's murder case were still ongoing.

The autopsy pictures of Nurin, a Year Two pupil of Sekolah Kebangsaan Desa Setapak who went missing in August and whose dead body was found stuffed in a sports bag in the PJS area on Sept 20, were widely distributed through the Internet last month.


Can anyone now blame Nurin's parents for filing the suit after such a long period of lull with no charges, no news after almost ten months! Put yourself in Nurin's parents shoes, only then you'll understand.

Jasni AJ

11 comments:

cahayabulan said...

u right, use it in court,keep it documented.

Datuk khalid terkilan disaman?wht was his thinking..? jazimin's little angel was abducted,tortured,sexually assaulted and murdered..! dan the culprit behind post mortem pics was never being charged until now.siapa yg lebih terkilan ni?

berapa juta pun yg disaman tidak akan dapat mengubat hati dan trauma keluarga ini.namun sy percaya,ianya dapat membuktikan sesuatu kpd pihak berkuasa dan mrk brmulut laser bahawa keluarga ini ada maruah.

sy harap jazimin(nurin) akan mendpt keadilan. selepas ini duit itu bolehlah dibuat sesuatu bermanafaat untuk mencari pembunuh2kanak2 yg macam binatang buas & gila itu..!

Munira said...

I think the lawsuit is a good move (I'm not anti-PDRM, btw). I hope that the lawsuit may set precedence for some changes. Parents and victims must understand their rights and not be victimised by further defamation and humiliation when they are faced with an unfortunate event. Police officers involved must understand the importance of securing the integrity of evidence and protecting the privacy of the victims. I'm hoping that this lawsuit may help make some changes and the unsympathetic public will finally understand the graveness of this issue (I'm referring to the backlash Nurin's parents had to face from certain members of the public).

mononoke said...

it's case to case basis.same thing like parents sue teachers,patients sue doctors,hospitals etc.

people sue the authorities for many reasons such as power abuse,mishandle,negligence,ignorance and even human error.

this is not abt hating them or against them.it's abt seeking justice over those acts mentioned above. nobody's perfect but this is also not abt letting go without fighting.

human learns fr mistake,they need to learn from a lesson.victims' families suffered enough and in a way,this is how their point is made.
wallahualam

.::WaNiE::. said...

when the police were so bz of doing something else..i keep talking about this case with my husband..

no action were seem to be taken

it seems like the case has been abandoned.

so its not your fault to sue them.u hav did the right thing.

last week my mother has been beaten by some bad guys living in the same area.

police report was made...full name, adress of the damn guy has been given to them..

n guess what the police say?

'makcik, kalau diaorg datang lagi makcik call polis ye'

wasn't it stupid? nak tunggu my parents kene tikam baru nk pegi tangkap ke?

i am dissapointed .. the same as i am dissapointed when arwah nurin case been neglected.q

theconfused said...

dorg tak rasa... dorg tak tau... pelik dgn mereka2 nih.. hmmm...

Jasni AJ said...

Thanks guys for the moral support. At least we know that we're not alone in this "battle" for justice.

Jasni AJ

Zulkifli said...

Jasni, Ibu Bapa Nurin membuat tindakan yang betul....tindakan yang paling tepat dan wajar..

Kita bukan membenci mereka tapi nak mereka betul betul ambil berat mengenai isu ini....dari November 2007 hingga hari difailkan saman hampir 10 bulan sabar....

benludin said...

bro n famili..
selamat menyambut ramadhan..

rone said...

Jazimin & Jasni, you take the right action at the right time....actually many of us(commenters) suggested this action sue the pdrm just about 1 month after the pics distributed..but then you take a year to do that....SYABAS for that! and Selamat Berpuasa.

READ THE NEWS ABOUT SHARLINIE's FAMILY.

Keluarga Sharlinie pindah ke Dungun

KUALA LUMPUR:Bukan kerana putus asa, keluarga adik Sharlinie Mohd Nashar, 5, yang hilang sejak Januari lalu, kini berpindah ke kampung bapanya di Dungun, Terengganu.

Kunjungan ke rumah keluarga kanak-kanak malang itu di Taman Medan, Petaling Jaya, semalam hampa apabila diberitahu jiran bahawa keluarga Sharlinie berpindah ke Terengganu, Ahad lalu.

Apabila dihubungi, bapa Sharlinie, Mohd Nashar Mat Hussain, 29, berkata keputusan berpindah bukan kerana ingin melupakan kisah pahit yang berlaku, sebaliknya mencari kedamaian bagi memulakan kehidupan baru bagi keluarganya.

“Ketibaan Ramadan tahun ini terasa begitu sunyi tanpa kehadiran Sharlinie. Justeru kami mengambil keputusan berpindah dan menyambut Ramadan dalam suasana kampung yang aman dan tenteram,” katanya.

Tekanan hidup serta kos sara diri yang tinggi di ibu kota juga menjadi punca beliau sekeluarga berpindah, katanya yang sedang mencari pekerjaan untuk menyara keluarganya di sana.

Beliau berkata, gelagat Sharlinie ketika bersama ke bazar Ramadan setiap petang untuk membeli juadah berbuka puasa masih terbayang dalam ingatan.

“Ibunya juga masih bersedih dan kedua-dua kakaknya kerap bertanya ‘bila Nini nak balik... boleh raya bersama’, dan ini benar-benar menambahkan kepedihan di hati saya,” katanya.

Mohd Nashar berkata, mereka sekeluarga kini menetap di rumah bapanya dan kedua-dua kakak Sharlinie, Nurul Amirah, 11, dan Sharliena, 8, akan mula bersekolah di Dungun, hari ini.

“Perpindahan ini mungkin hanya sementara. Kami belum putuskan sama ada mahu menetap terus di sini atau kembali ke Kuala Lumpur,” tambahnya.

Ibu Sharlinie, Suraya Ahmad, 28, berkata sejak hari pertama anaknya hilang dan hingga saat ini, keyakinan untuk menemui anak bongsunya itu tidak pernah luntur.

unicorn said...

semalam ada baca utusan malaysia ada artikel on asmawi and sharlinie.

sy tdk dpt nak berkata apa2 kerna sedih ...bgmana nasib mereka ?

ibu awie tak henti2 menangis dan keluarga sharlinie pula rupanya mencari sampai ke mymmar dan thailand. kakak sharlinie ada bermimpi sharlinie naik gajah dan ada bomoh ckp sharline kat siam ,maka mrk pun pergi cari kat siam...

sekadar menyedapkan hati,kata tafsir mimpi,kalau mimpi gajah,maknanya disayangi orang kenamaan..mungkinkah sharlnie di'jaga' org yg menyayanginya.

kasihan benar pd ibu awie yg khuatir & terbayangkan anaknya di dera dan dianiayai. tapi sy yakin jika ibunya sentiasa mendoakan dan ikhtiar tak henti2,insaallah awie sihat dan selamat.

semuga ramadhan ini membawa sinar kepada semua anak2 comel ini dan juga keluarga mangsa. amin.

Jasni AJ said...

Thanks Rone for thge newspiece on Sharlinie's parents. I have posted the English version of the news on the blog.

Suing the authorities has always been an option from the very beginning but we decided not to be haste in taking such actions before.

Considerations taken were investigations were ongoing (then) and we would definitely would not want to jump the gun as if we're more intersted in suing people rather than getting the kidnapper cum murderer.

But having considered that the so-called investigations are going no where, we believe it was timely to highlight that the case was still unresolved hence the filing of the suits.

Hopefully by filing the suits, some freshness to the case can be invoked. Otherwise the whole issue is going to be stale with no one taking any real action.

Our main objective is none other than to get the murderer, all these suits are actually secondary but of no less importance.

It is important to instill professionalism in the force, an element that undeniably lacked in the two suits filed.