What a sick sick sick world we live in…
Updates from The Star today….
Thursday September 20, 2007
MYT 2:25:11 PM
PETALING JAYA: The police have said that DNA tests on the body found stuffed in a sports bag on Monday in Petaling Jaya indicate that it is that of missing girl Nurin Jazlin Jazimin.
Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed on Thursday said that DNA tests have so far indicated that the body found in a shophouse at Jalan PJS1, Petaling Jaya Utama is that of Nurin, 8, who had been missing since Aug 20.
Police are waiting for confirmation of the DNA tests.
At Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Nurin’s father Jazimin Abdul Jalil, 33, a taxi driver still denied the body was that of his daughter, reports BERNAMA.
“I am Nurin’s father … I know my daughter better than anyone else. In my heart I know that that is not my daughter.
“If the police ask me to take the body (of that child) home, I will accept it, I will conduct the burial ceremony and I will bury her. But I want the police to continue their efforts to search for Nurin because I know that Nurin is still out there somewhere,” he said, speaking to reporters outside the HKL mortuary.
Jazimin added that he was sure the body was not Nurin because of the teeth and the scar that Nurin had.
According to Jazimin, Nurin’s teeth did not have gaps between them and she also had a scar on her thigh.