Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Ellmau, Aug 4, 2019.
Nóra Quoirin disappearance - What we know so far
Nora's distraught uncle told the Standard relatives are losing hope about her safe return.
Francois Vauquois said: “Both abduction and ‘vanishing’ hypothesis are considered but Nora’s parents are convinced she couldn’t have left on her own. I have to say we are very pessimistic now.”
Police searching for Nora Quoirin 'not ruling out criminal element'
Oh the poor family - this is stuff of nightmares. Come on Nora, where are you?
Surely they know if her shoes are missing or not.
Is this online article about the same resort? It's quite an interesting read!
Growing the Dusun
I might retain a lawyer if I were in a foreign country, MOO.
Yes, same place.
Thank u for saying what I have been thinking in the back of my mind. This case is so unsettling in so many ways. With the parents wigging out on the media and their audacity at the thought of making a statement, I don’t feel very confident that Nora will be found. I am trying to put myself in the parents’ shoes but I don’t understand why this is the stance they are taking. I get they are dealing with a very horrendous situation but I am baffled.
If that photo of Nora & her mother was taken at the resort, I wonder what the situation was. Are there photos of the other two kids at the resort too with mom?
I’m really not trying to cast aspersions at the parents but a lot isn’t adding up.
Did the family have a hire car at the resort?
'Nothing ruled out' in search for missing teen
I'm struggling to make sense of a few of the facts.
She was sharing upstairs sleeping quarters with sister and brother but it's the father who discovered her missing.
She would not go outside without being accompanied by a family member, yet her sister believes she climbed out of the window.
Why is it the sister who discovered the open window, in the living area, and two adults didn't notice it?
I know explanations can be made for these scenarios, they are not outside the realms of possibility, but I find them to be curious details nonetheless.
Missing Nora Quoirin, 15, may have been abducted, Malaysian cops finally admit as they probe fingerprints found in cottage where she vanished
As she travelled on an Irish passport I am not sure they can...
Some weird points on this case...
Sleeping arrangements and where the idea of window escape came from.
Why would it be an abduction if she was seen going.
Level of ability so we can judge her survival instinct and capabilities.
The refusal to let the children speak to local authorities.
Also the continued portrayal of Malay police. This idea that sending a few white officers from uk will solve it. We need to stop assuming they are all corrupt morons looking for bribes. They know the terrain and the area
RTÉ NewsVerified account @rtenews
More than 200 people, with six sniffer dogs and two drones, are involved in the search for 15-year-old Nóra Quoirin, who has been missing in Malaysia since the weekend | https://bit.ly/2TaTUhA
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i don't think anyone here (that i've seen) thinks the malaysian police are anything but efficient. i think it's a superb idea that they are letting the locals, who know the grounds and the jungle better than anyone else, participate in the search! i only wish they had allowed that day one, but i understand that the situation has been fluid.
also, she was not seen going out the window, which is why it's such a mystery that has people questioning how that would even be possible.
Good. Now question every single staff member.