NUSADAILY.COM-MEDAN – The North Sumatra Regional Police and North Sumatra Police have not yet determined the perpetrators and mastermind of Medan District Court Judge Jamaluddin SH MH until Monday, December 9, 2019.
However, this brown shirt corp is intensifying the examination of the closest person to the victim. Namely Zuraida Hanum (42), the wife of judge Jamaluddin and a sister of Zuraida. Including examinations of their children. What is wrong?
Examination of the victim’s immediate family was even carried out for up to three days. It ended Thursday, December 5, 2019 then.
Quoted from Serambi, the police examined Zuraida at his parents’ home, Suak Bilie Village, Suka Makmue District, Nagan Raya.
While three Jamaluddin’s children who were asked for their information were Kenny Akbari Jamal (23), Rajid Fandi Jamal (18), and Khanza Jauzahira Jamal (7). While Zuraida’s younger sister was examined, named Roli.
The results of the police inspection of the closest relatives have not been concluded. The police are still completing the evidence and also gathering material.
From the beginning, the police suspected that the perpetrators of the murder of Judge Jamaluddin were close acquaintances. So that an intensive examination of Judge Jamaluddin’s family followed up on the facts found by the police. Including the irregularities in the information and evidence obtained by the police before.
“The culprit is not a distant person. Later it will be delivered because it is still an investigation. This is still being developed. Strong suspicion was killed in a murder,” North Sumatra Police Chief, Inspector General of Police Agus Andrianto, Sunday 1 December 2019 then told journalists.
This police indication of someone close is supported by a number of facts that are out of sync and are considered odd.
First, Judge Jamaluddin’s cellphone disappeared. Whereas based on information from Zuraida on the day her husband’s body was found, the cellphone was used by Jamaluddin to receive phone calls. Zuraida said her husband had received a call from someone asking to be picked up at the airport. So where’s Jamaluddin’s cellphone?
Secondly, Zuraida’s statement to the police and journalists on the day the husband’s body was found said that Judge Jamaluddin left the house at 05.00 WIB. At that time judge Jamaluddin was said to be in a hurry to go to the airport to pick someone up. Information from the local security guard, Zuraida, who opened the gate.
In fact, from CCTV footage of his neighbors secured by the police, the black Toyota Land Cruiser Prado BK 77 HD owned by Jamaluddin came out at 04.00 WIB.
Third, the police discovered the fact that CCTV at Judge Jamaluddin’s house was functioning. But on that unlucky day, the CCTV turned out to be unplugged. What is clear is that the person who removed the CCTV was one of the residents of Jamaluddin’s house. What is the purpose?
Fourth, from the CCTV footage at judge Jamaluddin’s neighbor’s house, the black Land Cruiser Prado BK 77 HD car took an unusual direction when it left for the office. Behind him then followed by a motorcycle driven by someone.
Fifth, the results of an autopsy on the body of Judge Jamaluddin showed that the body had died between 12 and 20 hours before the autopsy. An autopsy was carried out at the North Sumatra Police Bhayangakara Hospital at 19:00 WIB. If the assumption is 20 hours, it will die at 00.00 WIB. If the 12 hour assumption is used, it dies at 07.00 WIB. If taken in the middle, then the assumption dies at 3:00 or before dawn. This is considered odd by the statement of Zuraida, the wife of Judge Jamaluddin, that her husband left at 05.00 WIB.
Sixth, the black Toyota Land Cruiser Prado BK 77 HD car owned by Judge Jamaluddin has been seen since morning in the area of Namo Rambe Village, Kutalimbaru District, Deliserdang Regency, North Sumatra. The car was like going round and round in the District of Kutalimbaru. This is based on information collected by police from the area around the scene of the discovery of the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado BK 77 HD owned by Jamaluddin.
This fact is not in accordance with previous family information, that judge Jamaluddin went to the airport that morning to pick someone up. From the map, the airport is in the northeast of Judge Jamaluddin’s house. While Kutalimbaru District (TKP) is in the Southwest. Position opposite direction.
Only at 1:00 p.m. WIB, did a resident find a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado BK 77 HD collapsed in the area of Dusun II palm oil plantation, Namo Rambe Village, Kutalimbaru District, Deliserdang Regency, North Sumatra.
As reported previously, judge Jamaluddin SH MH was found dead in his car, 29 November 2019. The Toyota Land Cruiser Prado BK 77 HD car was found by residents inside a cliff in the area of Dusun II palm plantation, Namo Rambe Village, Kutalimbaru District, Deliserdang Regency, North Sumatra.
The police confirmed that Jamaluddin was killed. There is a suspicious wound on his neck. The body was also found on the passenger seat. Even though his family said he was driving his car alone.(yos)