After Shahrizat and the IGP, Nazri raps Nurin's parents. From where I see things, there seems to be a conspiracy among those people up there to blame Nurin's parents for her death. A cruel, concerted effort to make them pay. Shahrizat started the ball rolling and Musa Hassan, after a meeting chaired by the Prime Minister, issued the threat. Now the de facto Law Minister, Nazri Aziz, backs the IGP (whose men have not picked up even a suspect more than a month after Nurin was reported missing):"Law is law ... nobody can slip away."At the blog In Memory of Nurin Jazlin , her uncle had begged Malaysians and the authorities not to put the blame on Jazimin and Norazian. In one posting, he wrote:"Let us not lose focus here, we should concentrate in tracking this perpetrator, not only to give justice to Nurin but to safeguard all other kids out there from falling prey to this monster."Nuraina A. Samad, who has proposed that Shahrizat take a look at the Amber Alert system to deal with future cases of child abduction, slams Nazri and concluded her latest posting They really wanna get you two ... with the question:"By the way, have you found the beast yet?"
Elviza, a lawyer who blogs, has taken the cue. "... I have to agree with Nuraina A. Samad ... Nurin’s case has indeed gone too far. If they really press charges on Nurin’s parents - I rest my case. What is the point of fighting a lost cause?"