The 15 years old girl, Nóra Quoirin was found dead in a Malaysian jungle. She believes that her daughter’s body was placed by someone in the spot where she was discovered. Nóra Quoirin was from South Balham in the south London did banish from her room at the Dusun rainforest resort in the month of August in 2019. Her body was discovered near the resort since 9 days after she went missing. Her body was discovered near a resort 9 days after she was missing. A coroner has recorded the death of her daughter by misadventure. Meabh Quoirin who thought that Nora was abducted, said that the family would never give up the fight for justice.
Nóra was born with holoprosencephaly which is primarily a disorder that affects the brain development. Her parents have always believed that wandering off from the resort about 40 miles from Kaula Lumpur was not something that their daughter would have done. A post mortem report has found Nóra who died 3 days prior to the body being discovered. They said that her death happened due to gastrointestinal bleeding from hunger and stress that she had gone through, over a prolonged period of time. Mrs Quoirin has even pointed out that the jungle had been searched on during four occasions in the 7 days, therefore leading up to her death. The police suggested that the teenager had been alive and moving at the first stages of the search. Mrs Quoirin also reported it to the media saying, “The fact that search teams were there, along with many hundreds of volunteers in that particular area so close to her death, makes us feel that she was placed there at a later point.”
Statements received from Mrs Quoirin
The mother pointed out the inquest and said that she had not explained about how her daughter has ended up in the jungle where she led naked and was found only by a group of volunteers. Mrs Quoirin, who happens to be from Belfast originally said, “I suppose the easiest one to dwell on was the fact there was an open window [in the family’s chalet].” She further added, “Someone opened that window, it wasn’t any of us. That is totally unexplained.” She went on saying, “Nóra always looked to someone else for reassurance on what she should do next so the idea that she would have climbed out a window – even found a window or seen a window in the pitch black – is in our view crazy.” She even added to it in utter grief, “If she had somehow mistaken which door was for the bathroom and had gone out the front door for instance… she was barefoot, she would have instantly felt pain and she would have been absolutely petrified.” The Malaysian police have always treated the case of Nora’s disappearance as that of a missing person case. They said that there has been no suggestion of kidnap, abduction or foul play.