Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Who spread pictures of Nurin on the Net?

THE first beast was the one who murdered Nurin Jazimin. The second is the one who circulated what is believed to be her post-mortem pictures via the Internet! The gruesome pictures surfaced this morning and they are enough to make one's blood boil!

The pictures show various injuries the little girl suffered. I assume they are meant only for medical record. But today, they are spread over the Internet in what can only be described as a dastardly and an inhumane act of violation on a dead person.

How could this happen? Who is responsible for this? Where is the right of the dead to privacy? Where is respect for the dead? Isn't there any trace of human decency at all by those who did this? What kind of action can be taken against the petpetrator/s? How many more of such acts of indecent exposure?

Let's get to the bottom of this once and for all!

5 comments:

Kak Teh said...

Datuk, I have not seen the pictures but will certainly delete the email if i receive any. Even in death, the poor girl is being abused again.

I am here to wish you, datin and the whole family, Selamat hari raya , maaf zahir dan batin, from all of us here in london.

Anonymous said...

God, is there no peace for this poor family? Haven't they suffered enough?
My question: How did these pictures enter the public domain?
A Mother

Hi&Lo said...

Dear Datuk,

Maaf Zahir Batin and Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri to your family.

What has become of our country? Whoever started the rot besetting Malaysia...

The symptoms are very frightening. The leaders have injected too much steroids to mask the ills so as to make us feel good but we are not.

Life threatening illnesses don't happen overnight. There are always ample signs and warnings which we ignore at our own peril.

Anonymous said...

Yes. Malaysia Boleh. Malaysia Boleh in ICT. Malaysia Boleh in MSC. And all those travel fast.

alliedmartster said...

Dato,

Its sad that people do things without examining their conscience!
Selamat Hari Raya to you and your loved ones.