NORA Quoirin's family said there were "dark" questions left unanswered about how she died and how to keep her abducted.
Police revealed that the 15-year-old Briton had succumbed to "intestinal bleeding" after wandering through the Malaysian jungle as search teams searched for her – finding her body tragically three days after her death.
They ruled out any criminal act, but her family always said that she could not believe that she had gone out alone and that she could not mourn until all the issues arose. were not resolved.
Nora – who has learning difficulties – may have wandered alone in the jungle, frightened and hungry for a week after her fainting on August 4th.
Schoolgirl's grandfather, Sylvain Quoirin, insisted on "cleaning the dark areas so the family can cry peacefully".
Mr. Quoirin, mayor of a small town in Burgundy, thinks that Nora's body was put there "to get rid of it".
"She was not there yet [during previous searches]. Someone put it there, "he said.
"Can you imagine him walking 2.5 km, naked and barefoot, on rocks, in the middle of the night? For me, it's absurd. "
Pacome Quoirin, graphic designer, of Nora's uncle, is also concerned about the elimination of any criminal element.
"How could she survive for five days in the jungle without food or water, if we believe the theory that she left the hotel alone? We remain very doubtful.
"The conclusions announced do not discredit any criminal act. She could have been kidnapped and fed at first. There is insufficient evidence to draw definitive conclusions. "
Family lawyer Charles Morel said the parents of 45-year-old Nora, Meabh, and 47-year-old Sébastien were treating the autopsy results cautiously and that they were not safe. they did not exclude any criminal aspect of his disappearance.
He told the Irish channel RTE: "We must be very careful about the interpretation of the first result of the autopsy.
"The risk is that if you exclude the criminal hypothesis, it's too early to say."
Nora was "very shy, dependent on her mother and not in her temper to go out at night after a long trip to a place she does not know, in the jungle," Morel said.
"THE FAMILY WANTS THE TRUTH"
He added: "And even at the place where she was found, two kilometers from the seaside resort, it is very strange that she could go alone to not exclude the criminal hypothesis. .
"The family is still struggling to understand that she would have been alone in the jungle."
Mr Morel said the family is waiting for the results of the DNA analysis, which she hopes to have quickly.
"I know the family is very traumatized, they loved their daughter, she was an angel," he said.
"But they are now concerned about the truth because they owe it to Nora, what happened and how she died."
The family's attorney also said that the Malaysian authorities "might tend to prefer the theory of disappearance to the criminal hypothesis", instead of Malaysia's good image for tourism.
The autopsy concluded that the teenager died of internal bleeding from the bowel after an ulcer in the stomach and after a prolonged period of hunger and stress.
Negeri Sembilan police chief Mohamad Mat Yusop said today that the authorities had found no evidence of misconduct and that the autopsy had also revealed that she had not been sexually assaulted.
The officer told the Malay Mail that the area where Nora had finally been found had been searched and that she was moving as rescue teams were trying to locate her.
"We will continue to investigate and find out what has really happened," he said.
Nora's desperate search
August 4th: Nora would be missing after her father discovered that she was not in her room at Dusun Resort around 8 am on Sunday.
The window was also open in the room Nora shared with her two siblings.
5 August: Missing Charity The Lucie Blackman Trust said the Malaysian police were treating Nora's disappearance as a potential kidnapping, but the agents have denied the existence of a criminal act.
August 6: Nora's family says that they believe it removed.
"She never goes anywhere alone, we have no reason to believe that she's lost and lost."
August 7th: Police said she was analyzing unidentified fingerprints on an open window and in a basement hallway found in the family's hotel room.
August 9th: Police are investigating whether the footprints found in the forest where Nora disappeared belong to the missing teenager. Her family says that she would not have gone astray.
August 10th: Nora's family thanks the research teams involved since the disappearance of the teenage girl.
August 11th: Hundreds of rescuers are still involved in the search operation a week after his disappearance.
August 12th: Mrs. Quoirin, visibly moved, asks the girl again so that she can go home.
"Nora is our first child and has been vulnerable since the day she was born.
"She is so precious to us and our heart is breaking, we are calling on anyone who has information about Nora to help us find her."
A £ 10,000 reward from an anonymous Belfast company is available for any information that will allow Nora to return safely.
August 13th: A body is found and the police say that Nora's parents confirmed that it was her.
August 14th: Initial unsuccessful post mortem examination
August 15th: The autopsy reveals that Nora died of intestinal bleeding after a stomach ulcer, probably caused by hunger and stress.
"Vulnerable" Nora – who was born with holoprosencephaly, a cerebral deficiency – would be dead until three days before being found in a place that the research teams had already examined.
Before the post mortem findings, French prosecutors had joined the investigation – Nora's father being French – to determine whether the teenager had been abducted before her death.
Mr. Morel told Le Parisien newspaper that the parents had filed a complaint for "kidnapping" and were convinced that his disappearance was of "criminal" origin.
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Her family paid tribute to the girl and also thanked people around the world for their support.
"Nora has brought people together, especially from France, Ireland, Great Britain and Malaysia, united in their love and support for her and her family.
"To all our friends and family at home, we can not thank you enough for all your love.
"Nora is at the heart of our family, she is the most precious and precious girl and we love her immensely and we will always love our Nora."
It is understood that Nora was wearing underwear when she disappeared – but the police stated that she had been found "completely naked".
Datuk Mazlan Mansor, an officer conducting the hunt, said he was found in a creek crossing a ravine, adding, "The creek was about 1.2 km deep in the ravine," he said. .
Sean Yeap, a volunteer researcher, revealed that the body had not been covered with any foliage.
How stomach ulcers can lead to death
When a stomach ulcer bursts – known as the medical term of perforation – it can prove deadly.
The ulcer eats through the stomach or intestinal mucosa, allowing bacteria that live in the stomach to escape and infect the lining of the stomach. abdomen – the peritoneum.
This is known as peritonitis.
Peritonitis can very quickly spread and cause sepsis or intoxication by blood, before spreading to other organs and causing organ failure.
If it is not treated, it can prove fatal.
Ulcers can be caused by a variety of causes, ranging from H. pylori digestive tract bacteria to certain medications, including nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen.
Although this is not a direct cause, extreme stress can aggravate an underlying ulcer and make more likely complications such as perforation, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Nora's parents visited the site where her body was found and then identified her at Tuanku Jaafar Hospital.
The teenage girl was found missing in her eco-resort room of Dusun, in the south of the state of Negeri Sembilan, on Sunday morning, August 4, the window left open.
She was on a "journey of a lifetime" with her family, including her 12-year-old sister Innes and her eight-year-old brother Maurice at the time of her disappearance.
The teenager had only arrived the day before with her parents and two siblings at the resort in a nature reserve near Seremban, 39 km south of the capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Nora's parents are a French-Irish couple who have lived in London for about 20 years.
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The Dusun is a 12-acre orchard station located near the Berembun Forest Reserve – 4,000 acres of protected rainforest rising to 3,900 feet.
Nearly 350 people participated in a massive search operation including sniffer dogs, elite commandos and thermal detectors.
Shamans were even brought to pray for his safe return and a video showed them praying cross-legged on the jungle floor.