Post-mortem findings to be revealed today


SEREMBAN: Police are only expected to announce the findings of a post-mortem on Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin today.

This came as state deputy police chief Senior Asst Comm Che Zakaria Othman said the team of four pathologists was still in the midst of carrying out their work.

“Since the team is still working, there is nothing we can say for now, ” he told a group of journalists patiently waiting since morning outside the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital mortuary yesterday.

The team of pathologists from Hospital Kuala Lumpur, headed by a senior pathologist, arrived at 9am yesterday and began the examination about an hour later at the Department of Forensic Medicine.

The hospital compound was teeming with reporters, who had gathered there from as early as 7am.According to Bernama, two close relatives of Nora Anne arrived at the Department of Forensic Medicine at about 8.30am.

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