In August 2019, the body of the 15-year-old French-Irish teenager was found in the jungle near the hotel while she was on vacation with her family.
The Malaysian court overturned the accidental death of Nora Anne Quoirin on Wednesday (June 16) and ruled that the judicial investigation has not been finalized. In August 2019, the body of the 15-year-old French-Irish girl was found in the jungle near the hotel where she was vacationing with her family.
This verdict “For justice, it must be set aside and replaced by a public ruling, because there is no credible evidence to prove that another ruling is reasonable”, Said Azizul Azmi Adnan, a judge of the Seremban High Court in the city where the Quoirin family lives.
In January, after a judicial investigation, the judge concluded that his death may be due to “An accident” In the jungle, instead of murder or sexual assault, it is believed that no one else was involved in this disappearance. But her parents, a French-Irish couple living in London, did not believe that their daughter might venture into the jungle alone at night and believed that she was kidnapped. They have filed an appeal. The Malaysian judge responded to the appeal on Wednesday.
Nora Quoirin disappeared the day after arriving at Dusun Resort on the edge of the jungle about 70 kilometers south of the capital Kuala Lumpur. After ten days of searching, the boy’s body was found. The autopsy concluded that the girl may have died of internal bleeding caused by stress and hunger after spending more than a week in the tropical rainforest.
The police insisted that they had no clues to indicate that the teenager’s death had criminal clues, and believed that she herself came out through the window of her cabin. But her mother said that on the night she disappeared, she heard suspicious voices in the cabin.