A postmortem of Nora Quoirin, the 15-year-old girl who went missing in the Malaysian jungle, has revealed no evidence of suspicious circumstances leading to her death.
The police today (August 15) ruled out foul play in the mysterious death of Nora Anne.
Medical experts ruled that her death was caused by upper gastrointestinal bleeding, said state police chief Datuk Mohamad Mat Yusop.
The internal bleeding could have been caused from prolonged starvation.
“They also found that she was not raped.
“There was nothing to show that she was abducted or subjected to any form of violence, ” he told reporters.
The autopsy is one of the longest carried out at the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital (TJH) in Negeri Sembilan, say local news portals.
“It is reliably learnt that the post-mortem on the remains of the 15-year-old Irish national, which started at 11.45am Wednesday (Aug 14), ended only at 9pm,” said The Star.
The postmortem continued on Thursday, August 15, said The Guardian UK.
The body of the London teenager was discovered by a team of local hikers on Tuesday afternoon after she had been missing for 10 days.
Nora’s body was found unclothed down a steep, inaccessible ravine near a stream.
Her parents said Anne Quoiri was born with holoprosencephaly, a neurological disorder, which limited her speech and coordination and made her “very vulnerable”.
Her body was found just over a mile from the resort where she had been staying with her family.
Malaysia and the British news media were gripped by the search for the girl and the news of her death saddened many people.
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah, say they are deeply saddened to hear of her passing.
The royal family expressed their condolences to the family of Nora.
There is also an outpouring of messages from Malaysians of all walks of life.
It touched the grieving family who paid tribute to the teenager, saying she had “truly touched the whole world”.
“Nora has brought people together, especially from France, Ireland, Britain and Malaysia, united in their love and support for her and her family, ” they say in a statement.
They conveyed their gratitude to all those who had searched for the Irish teenager, saying, “We thank the local people here and those far and wide for their prayers and support at this time.” -/TISG