PUTRAJAYA - Inquest proceedings on the death of Franco-Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin, who went missing and was found dead during a family holiday at a Seremban resort last year, will be broadcast live for public viewing.
A statement by the Chief Registrar's Office Federal Court of Malaysia of the Palace of Justice said the public will be able to view the proceedings live from Aug 24 via the Malaysian Judgement Portal (Portal Rasmi Badan Kehakiman Malaysia).
It said the proceedings, which start at 9am daily, will also be shared on official YouTube and Facebook pages of the Malaysian Judiciary.
"Proceedings of the investigation into the death of Nora Anne at the Coroner's Court, Seremban Court Complex, will begin on Aug 24.
"All 64 witnesses will be called to testify and assist in the investigation from Aug 24 to Aug 28, and from Sept 1 to Sept 4.
"The Judiciary will hold live streaming of the proceedings, and the public can watch it from Aug 24 at 9am," the statement read.
Nora Anne went missing on Aug 4, a day after she and her parents arrived in Malaysia for a two-week holiday at a resort in Pantai, near Seremban.
Her body was found on Aug 13 about 2.5 km from the rainforest resort, near a stream in a hilly area, following a massive search.
The post-mortem report stated that there was no criminal element in Nora Anne's death, establishing that she died due to gastrointestinal bleeding from hunger and stress over a prolonged period.
Source: New Straits Times https://bit.ly/3giRzuX