Nora Anne Quoirin Case: Malaysian police confirmed no request received for second autopsy by any party

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    Nora Anne Quoirin Case: Malaysian police confirmed no request received for second autopsy by any party
    Nora Anne Quoirin Case: Malaysian police confirmed no request received for second autopsy by any party

    In Nora Anne Quoirin Case, Malaysian Police have confirmed no second autopsy will be conducted on body by any party so far.

    Sembilan state police chief Mohamad Mat Yusop said the ministry had not received any information so far.

    “We have not been informed or informed about the matter (second autopsy),” he said when contacted on Saturday.

    Earlier in the various media reports, family of French-Irish girl Nora Anne Quoirin were believed to have requested a second autopsy on their daughter.

    It is understood that mother Maebh Jaseprine Quoirin, 46, and father Sebastian Marie Philipe, 47, of deceased french-Irish girl are discussing the matter to ensure that Pathologists do not miss any evidence related to the death of the 15-year-old French-Irish girl.

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    They were also asked to request a second autopsy in Britain or France where police are investigating the case.

    Nora Anne, who suffered from dementia, was reported missing at a beach resort in Malaysia on Aug 4 before she was found after 10 days of search and rescue operations.

    The teenager’s body was found Tuesday at 1.57pm in a ravine near the river about 2.5 kilometers from the resort she was reported missing.

    The day after the autopsy to find out the cause of unfortunate death of the teenager that took about 10 hours was done by a Pathologist from the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL).

    Results of the autopsy report found that the teenager had been diagnosed with intestinal leakage due to long-term malnutrition as well as prolonged stress.

    At around 12.38pm Friday night, body of Nora Anne Quoirin was claimed from the Forensic Department and was understood to be taken to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

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