KUALA LUMPUR: The length of time it will take for the report for the second post-mortem examination on Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan to be completed depends on the pathologist preparing it.
Selangor Criminal Investigation Department chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Fadzil Ahmat said the report had yet to be completed.
Therefore, he said, police had yet to receive the report from the pathologist.
“We don’t know when it will be completed. But I expect that it should be handed over to us any time now,” he told the New Straits Times Press.
Nazrin died in his house in Petaling Jaya on June 14. At the time, he was reported to have died when his mobile phone, which was said to have been left charging at his bedside, had exploded.
Two months later, police reclassified the case as murder after investigations by the Fire and Rescue Department showed traces of fuel at the scene.
Police later questioned several family members, including his wife and two stepsons.
On Oct 8, the Court of Appeal allowed investigators to exhume his remains for a second post-mortem examination to be conducted at the University Malaya Medical Centre.
He was reburied at the Section 6 Kota Damansara Muslim cemetery on Oct 15.