Wednesday, January 16, 2008

One Week, Still Missing


Today (Thursday, Jan 17), I heard over the radio that the police are getting Interpol to help in Nini's abduction case. There is fear that Nini may be smuggled out of the country and the Malaysian police want help at the border exit points to ensure that this does not happen.

Meanwhile, just an aside -- I wish the newsreader (LiteFM) stops referring to Nini as a "toddler". She isn't. She is five years old. A little girl but not a toddler.


According to Bernama, police today re-arrested the woman whom they had earlier released .

The woman, a foreign maid was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of spreading false information on the abduction of 5 year-old Sharlinie Mohd Nashar who had been missing since Jan 9.
She was released at 5pm today but was re-arrested on suspicion of criminal intimidation.
Selangor CID chief SAC II Mazlan Mansor told Bernama that the case was being investigated under Section 507 of the Penal Code because investigatins showed that the text message sent to Sharlinie's family conain elements of criminal intimidation.

Meanwhile, the two security guards who were arrested to assist police investigation into the assault and murder of 8 year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazmin last September and several other molest cases around the Klang Valley were freed today.

Read the rest of the story here.


It's that terrible sense of frustration and helplessness all over again when Nurin Jazlin went missing last August.

It's been a week now but nothing has come up yet on the whereabouts of 5 year-old Nini (Sharlinie Mohd Nashar.)

God Almighty -- while we are all looking for her, please protect her from evil!


zaitgha said...

I was thinking almost the same thing this morning when i heard the D.J appealing for the help of the people on the radio...

I pray too that no harm will come to her.....

Anonymous said...

Ena & zaitgha,

I too echo your prayers.

With each passing day the prognosis becomes less optimistic. This is truly a nightmare...

After the horrible tragedy of the Nurin Jazlin, who would have thought another set of hapless parents will go through the same anguish again.

Makcik Runner said...

i'm beginning to feel the helplessness too. she's been missing for a week now and thats not good. however glad i am at the fast response of the authority in finding her (judging from the media reports)it is still NOT FAST enough! they should have tried harder...

Ya Allah, selamatkanlah adik ninie dr sebarang kekejaman yg tidak diingini. Kami mohon perlindungan keatasnya Ya Allah. Pulangkanlah dia dlm keadaan selamat kpd kedua2 orangtuanya...Amin Ya Robbul Amin!

Mat Salo said...

The "authorities" haven't a clue! And this time no "turning over" or forced coercions will do trick. That shows how great they are at their job!.

But get someone with half-assed comment against the government and see how fast they act!

My heart bleeds... God, please return her safely and please open the hearts of our perceived-hapless police to ensure their success in finder her and catching the culprits! Amin!