I found the ‘profiling report’ given by the Crime Analyst, funny. Does not add anything to what the commonner, who has read the facts (that has been revealed), would have concluded.
The person, who sexually assaulted and killed the girl found in a sports bag, enjoys inflicting pain on others.
Crime analyst Kamal Affandi Hashim said the perpetrator derived satisfaction from seeing his victim’s being helpless.
“The use of force may be to compensate his inadequacy or a sense of wanting to be superior. He shows that he wants to be in control by abusing the victim before killing her.
“The insertion of an object into the victim’s private parts was meant to produce delayed sexual satisfaction for him,” he said.
“It’s a ritual of a serial offender in progress. I believe that he has done the same before based on the sophistication of the crime.”
Kamal Affandi said the person also dumped the bag with the girl’s body in a place where it could be easily discovered to show he was in control of things.
“He’s telling the world that he’s smart. He wants to be in control,” he said, adding that the perpetrator could have disposed the body in a place where it could never be found.
Kamal Affandi said he did not believe the killer was abused physically or sexually as a child.
“The killer is anger-driven and may not need anything to trigger his violent action.
“But I wouldn’t say that he is mentally disturbed or insane,” he added.
Read it the report given here.
1) Of course he is a sadist, hence the use of objects to abuse.
2) The need to be in control, could have been concluded by the fact that the victim is a helpless child!
3) “at the bottom of the staircase of a shoplot in PJS1/48″… cannot be construed as the killer making a statement of being ‘smart/in control’. In fact, the shoplot drop off is to ensure that the body IS found. This is not a DARE, since it is likely that the “woman in jeans and a red top walking about in the area at that time and the bag could be seen then. The woman, estimated to be in her 20s, later entered a Silver Kenari” is clearly troubled (by the ‘walking about’ term meaning ‘seen going back and forth’). My suggestion would be the person was clearly mobile, and the place COULD have been assumed to be randomly selected as a drop off, but definitely is a place that is close to the killer’s or his accomplice’s general movement. In fact, that is what I would emphasis more since the accomplice (definitely a man as the killer, and the girl is the lover). [If we were to believe the claim that the child is illegal (highly probable) edit: as of today at 1.30pm, apparently the DNA tests have confirmed that the child is Nurin. This definitely puts things into a new perspective] few things present itself; The killers were most likely Malaysians (middle to upper class since “brand new sports bag” is a NEW one and a Kelisa to boot). They could have chosen a random child (detachment in an abusive situation, where the abuser does not gain any satisfaction from any attachment to the victim, in contrast to incest rape – an extreme example – and is more commonly the case for a person who has a form of belief system (principles)). Or one could have been foreigners. Both of them could be foreigners would be unlikely (I don’t think so, based on the Kenari and income assertion I made earlier, no offence to foreigners). Moreover, I have a high suspicion of the race of the killers, and how this might further shed light on the case. But I’ll leave it out now, for fear of someone accusing me of arousing racial slurs, etc. Somehow, I think this is what can be safely concluded at the moment.
4) This statement had me chuckling. “Kamal Affandi said he did not believe the killer was abused physically or sexually as a child.” Sigh… if only this can be determined so simply based on Jung’s frameworks.
5) “The insertion of an object into the victim’s private parts was meant to produce delayed sexual satisfaction for him,” he said. I agree with this to some extent. Delayed is better translated as ‘prolonged’ pleasure. This is obviously in contrast to him performing the abuse himself (rape). Part of it is to not leave any evidence on the girl. Showing some level of knowledge of this general police investigation, that is gotten from things like watching TV shows (CSI)? Which would again support my theory that the person is not a kampung person or a foreigner.
6) Strands of hair found in the bag is interesting. It could be the lady’s or the man’s. This is good if we can find out what hair type, curly or straight… etc.
If it was me, I would try to find out:
1) THE SPORTS BAG! This is the best evidence we have. What type is it? Where would it be sold and I am sure it would be bought on the day itself (Sunday) or earliest the day before. Details of the bag can really help the investigation.
2) We have the address of the drop off, now it remains to get the details of how long was the woman there before going in. What other thing that the investigators could have left off (like reflection of the person/car), etc.
3) A cursory check on main illegal settlements and ask for any child missing (while promising some form of amnesty for the actual parents, if they are here).
Details and cooperation of the public who may be smarter than the investigators to help out! Seriously… 😛
Going to follow this case closely.
Malaysiakini’s so far covered this in http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/72591 (I’m putting it here for traffic purposes :P)