Malaysian police have found a death from internal bleeding, ruling out any criminal acts in the death of the 15-year-old girl.
The parents of a Franco-Irish teenage girl found dead in the Malaysian jungle in August 2019 demanded the opening of an investigation after the Malaysian authorities closed the case, their lawyer announced on Wednesday January 15. "We want to know the circumstances that led to his death"said Sankara Nair, who addressed his petition to Attorney General Tommy Thomas.
The family favors the criminal track, recalled the lawyer, stressing that "many questions remained unanswered". "We are shocked by the decision" Malaysian authorities to close the case, he added.
The body of Nora Quoirin had been found, naked, at the bottom of a ravine, about 2.5 km from the hotel complex where she was with her parents on vacation, after ten days of intense research having mobilized hundreds of people . Malaysian police have concluded that there was a death from internal bleeding, ruling out any criminal act in the death of this 15-year-old girl, who suffers from a slight mental handicap.
She had disappeared from the Dusun Resort hotel the day after her arrival. This tourist complex is located Seremban, to About 70 km south of Kuala Lumpur, on the edge of the jungle. A window had been found open in the pavilion where the family lived. The family also initiated civil proceedings against the hotel complex, claiming $ 45,000 in damages.