Now because of some MONSTER out there, her kids will no longer have motherly love.
It's this kind of MONSTROSITY that makes hell for others.
My brother spend most of his time at the hospital mortuary and my SIL drove all the way from Penang, after taking a flight to Penang earlier to spend time with family because most of the clan is up north. My brother and SIL are the only close family here. Imagine the pain they are going through and having to face all this.
AL-FATIHAH to Fazlina. I pray and wish that the MONSTER is caught soon.
|Police detain a woman in connection with body in closet case|
Ampang Jaya District deputy police chief Supt Amiruddin Jamaluddin said the 22-year-old woman was detained at about 1.30am this morning.
"Police trailed and monitored the activities of the woman from 9pm yesterday after the husband of the victim had gone missing since the body of his wife was found dead in a closet," he told Bernama when contacted here today.
Yesterday, the victim, Fazlina Ahmad, 39, was found dead in a master bedroom closet of her house in Jalan Piggiran Ukay, with her mouth and nose wrapped with binding tape and covered with a piece of bed sheet.
Acting on a report from the victim's friend whose efforts to contact the victim were futile, police went to the house at about 9pm yesterday before discovering the body in the master bedroom of the double-storey house.
Amiruddin said police did not rule out family problem as the motive of the murder but said that police did not receive any report of abuse although the couple were married for about six years.
He added that Fazlina, a mother of two girls aged five and seven, was believed to have died due to suffocation about nine hours before the body was found but added that there were no marks or indication of any struggle.
"We are still waiting for the post-mortem report and looking for the victim's husband to assist investigations," he said.
Meanwhile, the elder sister of the victim, Faezah said she last met Fazlina, her youngest sister last Saturday when she returned to her hometown in Jelutong, Penang for holidays.
"My sister who came to Penang on Dec 26 had promised to return on Dec 30 to relate her problems...I guessed it must be her family problem," said Faezah when met at the Kuala Lumpur (HKL) mortuary.
"We have no knowledge of the problem between her and her husband ands when we received news of her death last night, we were shocked."-- BERNAMA