Wednesday, 16 January 2008

Still Missing...

A week has passed since the disappearance of five-year-old Sharlinie Mohd Nashar. The police have made two arrests but still have no leads as to her whereabouts.
(Update: The two men arrested during the weekend have been released today. Read here)

The IGP has expressed his frustrations that there has been no new leads. So did Datuk Shahrizal Jalil, the Women, Welfare & community Minsiter ...as to why Nini has still not been found.

But let's not give up. I hope that we will find Sharlinie - safe and sound with the help rendered by all.

Insya Allah.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kepada para pembesar, saya ingin memetik apa yang di katakan oleh DAKJ:

"Tidak perlu terkejut dan tidak perlu merayu"

Lakukan saja yang patut. Apa guna berkuasa, jika tidak tahu apa yang berlaku. Apa guna jawatan, jika tidak tahu gunakan gunakan untuk tanggungjawab!

puteri said...

kak ton,

I’m kind of worried. And I feel a sense of helplessness.

Yes, It’s been a week now. No new leads.

Oh God, I hope she is safe some where...

sesat said...

Dear Kak Ton,

It has been a very long and frustrating week; I can't even begin to fathom the anguish Sharlinie's parents are going through.

You are right, let's not give up. As frustrated as we all are, we can't give up on her just yet.

maria a samad (kak ton) said...

hi sesat,

It's getting very frustrating.

Latest report is that the two security guards arrested last weekend - to assist police investigations into the sexual assult and murder of Nurin Jazlin Jaziminr and several other molest cases around Klang Valley - were freed today.

The man arrested in Jalan Tun Razak would be handed over to the Anti-Narcotics Department for drug test, while the other security guard was released unconditionally by the Kuala Lumpur Magistrate's Court yesterday.

mekyam said...
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mekyam said...

I half-expected when I read about the two arrests that those were just some unlucky men who happen to resemble the photokits.

The arrests seemed so pat somehow. Like done to appease the furor and fuss raised over the abduction of little Nini (may God keep her safe from harm) by the public, whose frustration and anguish over the horror that befell the late Nurin Jazlin are still raw since the case is not resolved yet. If I'm not mistaken, after her, there was also an attempt on a little boy who fortunately got away.

I'm sure the police are pursuing all avenues, but I wonder if they are only treating this as the work of a sexual pervert and not considering that it might also be connected to something even more horrendous and sinister than the actions of one sick psycho...

Some people have mentioned in a few blogs, including Jasni's, that one of the common traits among the minors who were abducted or accosted (in all likelihood by the same person/people), was that these children are/were those who need/ed constant medical care and checkups.

I hope the police also see this aspect as a lead worth exploring.

As much as I shudder at pasquale's theory of children being harvested as "disposable materials" to be sold to and used in a certain really murky underground industry, more and more his theory seems not that unlikely.

The Malaysian perp(s) might not belong to those syndicates directly but could be acting as freelance procurers or providers of digital pictures of torture and sadistic murder of minors. With the huge amount of money paid for such unholy products, the perps could be any unscrupulous lowlife attracted by the huge money paid by the syndicates to such criminals.

If so, then these bastards operating in KL could very well be picking their victims through trawling medical records in some clinics or medical establishments before lying in wait for the child they've marked to be left unaccompanied by adults. When they see their chance, they pounce. They might even bait the child away from supervision, as was in the case of little Nurin Jazlin.

So we may not be looking at sexual perverts per se but money-greedy brutes without conscience or pity and they may include both men and women. God help us!

7:04:00 AM

maria a samad (kak ton) said...

Dear mekyam,

I copied and pasted from your original posting and reposted it because I couldnt delete your explanation in your intro (in bold). Hope you dont mind.

I let your posting through because your concern is shared by many. Me included.

I was rather sceptical to read the report of two arrests made within a day of each other.

It occurred to me that the police could have nabbed the wrong guys because of public furor and pressure - to show some results and that something was being done.

Someone here by the handle of Hantu Laut has expressed the same concern.

I think the police should look at every possible angle and not discount anything (yes, including pasquale's & hantu laut's theory) - otherwise we might be going after the wrong person/s, as has been the case, while the REAL culprits are still at large.

I pray that she is safe and unhurt...though I am worried with every passing day...with no news and sign of little nini.

J.T. said...

Hi Kak Ton

I have been so out of touch with news from back home.

It is so sad to know another child has gone missing. I hope and pray she is found soon and unharmed.

I agree with Puteri, there is a sense of helplessness. We cannot do much except put the word out and pray for her safety.

Another Arab said...

I am sorry for the poor child BUT the whole crisis lies in the very typical Malay mentality of believing in letting their children go on ‘Auto-Pilot’.

Look at all the cases of Mat Rempit, Boh Siahs, Pondans, Pelacuran, Baby Dumpings etc. All these are Malay Social Ills. When are the Malays going to realise that they are plagued with such diseases and as such they have not been able to contribute to the human race despite accepting Islam.

We Arabs are proud of Admiral Cheng Hoe and the late Sheikh Ahmed Deedat (a South African of Gujerati origin). All that the Malays have given us is an over-supply of USELESS Datuks and Datins.

mekyam said...

Thanks Kak Ton for explaining why you let my post through. It allays somewhat my earlier reservation about adding more bleak thoughts when the current situation does not need any more pessimism.

MaryKate said...

kak ton, seems like Sharlinie's has not much leads, just like Nurin's. It is very saddening that no one can help her and I dread what will happen to her.And, there is NOTHING we can do except pray for ther safe return. I symphatise with her family.

Anonymous said...

kak ton,

I share the sentiments of most of the commentators here, except for that Pak Arab guy. Menyemak aje.

Tak tau apa nak kata. Risau dan bimbang atas keselamatan adik Sharlinie. Beliau memerlukan ubat jika diserang penyakit lelahnya.

Aduh, berat mata memandang berat lagi kesedihan yang ditanggungi oleh keluarga adik nini.

Kita hanya boleh bersabar dan memanjatkan doa kepada Allah agar beliau di lindungi dari bahay.

Ya Allah ya Tuhan ku yang menentukan segala-galanya, selamatkan adik Sharlinie dan pulangkan dia ke pangkuan ibu bapanya. Amin.

Another Arab said...

Dear Anonymous

If you consider me 'menyemak aje', then what is your opinion about the 2,500,000 Malaysians of Arab origin yang menyamar sebagai Melayu so that they can steal Malay rights?

Shall we begin with the Keturunan SYED? Are you aware thay they are in reality the 1st Jewish tribe to convert to Islam during the time of the Prophet? Are you aware that their ancestral origin, Hadhramaut (in Yemen), was once a Jewish Kingdom? Are you aware that Yemen is one of the original seven founding members of the Arab League and not the Malay League?

For your info, I have not taken a single Sen from the Malays because I take pride in the fact that my grandfather came from a country which is further than China.

So, what do you think is the appropriate term for these 2,500,000 thieves? The two Arabic words I can think of to describe them are MUNAFIK and MUJRIM.

Another Arab said...

Dear Anonymous

For your info, DEWAN BAHASA DAN PUSTAKA consists of 4 words. Two words (Dewan & Bahasa) are Arabic in origin. That by itself speaks volumes of the extent in which Arabic has enriched Bahasa Melayu.

As an Arab that is fluent in Arabic and Bahasa Melayu, let me inform you that Bahasa Melayu is 60% Arabic in vocabulary.

And what about those 'Nama2 Melayu'? Aren't those in reality Arabic Names? Speak of 'Lembu punya susu, sapi punya nama!

So, how come no Malays ever named their children after Hang Jebat ker, Hang Tuah ker, Hang Lekir ker, Mawar ker, Melati ker, Cempaka ker? Why? WHY?

I would like to see a Malay named Awang A/L Embong! Then you can refer me as 'Menyampah Aje'!

Anonymous said...

another arab? there's a good way to solve your frustration - go back to the Arab country you love, we are a hopeless and useless bunch, so why hang around here.

unless you can solve nurin or nini's case, NO ONE IS REALLY INTERESTED in what you think

adik said...

anonymous 12:57:00 PM

Saya sokong anda 100 peratus.

another arab,

Consider yourself a guest here. Tok Mommy has been magnanimous enough to allow you to post your comments which are of no consequence to what we are talking about.

So buzz off!

Sorry kak ton. Just have to let it off my chest.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I wonder why Sharlinie's head is tilted to the side in her posters. Isn't a better photo available?

Secondly, I think that the police should seriously consider releasing Sharlinie's pictures with different hairstyles, e.g. boycut or even bald. Remember Yin - he was bald when found 2 weeks later!