Nurin Murder Case: MCA Offers RM20,000 for Information

21 March 2008
Kuala Lumpur

In response to criticism that the police have given up on the murder case of 8-year-old Nurin Jazlin, MCA Public Service and Complaints Bureau chief Datuk Michael Chong has offered a RM20,000 reward to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the killer.

Nurin was kidnapped on 20 August 2007 and later found sexually assaulted and murdered. Her body was found in a bag which was dropped off by a motorcyclist in Petaling Jaya a month later.

Chong appealed to this person to come forward with information leading to the arrest of the killer in exchange for the reward money. He assured that they can meet without police interference.

On Monday, Nurin’s father Jazimin Abdul Jalil said “Maybe if I was a kerabat diraja (royalty) or if Nurin was a police officer’s daughter, then they (police) might have treated the case differently. Since I’m just an ordinary person, they are not bothered about finding the culprit.”

New Straits Times – Nurin murder probe: MCA bureau offers RM20,000 reward
<URL:http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Friday/National/2192144/Article/index_html>

MCW – Nurin Murder Case: Both Suspects Released
<URL:http://malaysiacrimewatch.lokety.com/2008/01/nurin-murder-case-suspects-dna-samples.html>

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3 Responses to “Nurin Murder Case: MCA Offers RM20,000 for Information”

  1. I wonder how much effort Mr. Jazimin put in when he realized his daughter missing. Do the parents’ of missing children realize how critically in danger their child’s life is? Have they been exposed to the horrific pictures of what happened to other children? With the police taking an impersonal view on this case, we family members ourselves must mobilize our relatives and friends to find the child. I think we know better who our neighbours are, who has been lurking around suspiciously often.

    I need to carry around photofits of the two suspects involved in two different missing child cases. I think all Malaysians should start helping each other more than turning a blind eye to other people’s troubles.

  2. It’s a good idea to help each other out and be mindful of suspicious people in the neighbourhood. However, being a geographically large country, such incidents can never be eliminated. There will bound to be people who are less careless about their safety.

    We do what we can. For the rest, we can only pray for divine help.

  3. Datuk Yip Kum fook used police to attacked Buddhist monk at the Holy place, this is very bad news, also he insulted of Buddhist monks, hope everyone protection of any religions, he did the bad things and he will recieve the bad things, this is very pity for him because he will not balance of mind in future. Buddhist monks as Buddha’s student

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