Inquest into Nora Anne’s death to be live-streamed


SEREMBAN: The inquest proceedings into the death of Irish-French teenager Nora Anne Quoirin, which will begin on Monday at the Coroner’s Court here, will be live-streamed.

According to the Federal Court Chief Registrar’s Office, the public can follow the inquest through the Malaysian Judiciary website, its Facebook page and YouTube channel starting 9am.

The proceedings, to be conducted before Coroner Maimoonah Aid, will last for two weeks from Aug 24 to 28 and will continue from Sept 1 to 4.

A total of 64 witnesses will be called to testify, added the statement.

Nora Anne’s body was found on Aug 13 last year, near a stream in a hilly area, about 2.5km from the resort where she and her family were staying at Jalan Pantai following a massive search.

A preliminary post-mortem report revealed there were no criminal elements in Nora Anne’s death and that the teenager had died of gastrointestinal bleeding, due to prolonged stress and hunger. — Bernama

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