It’s simple. If the media is British then the Malaysian cops are to blame for a flawed investigation. If the media is Malaysian, then the cops aren’t to blame. Thus far the Malaysian media have stopped short of making any accusations or inferences against the parents. The battle to control the narrative is gaining momentum, but who actually holds the higher moral ground in this instance?
The fact that someone went to see mediums on Day 9 is damning. It shows someone dropped the ball somewhere, and it reinforces the very real notion that Nora could have been found earlier, perhaps even alive, if the search had been more focused from Day 1.
We know that on August 9th Nora’s folks spent 1-2 hours at a prayer meeting [British press say the police took them to a 2-hour meeting, Malaysian press said they left after 1 hour]. They also spent some time giving a press conference where they provided details on fundraising for the search.
It seems once the autopsy results were made known, the parents checked out of The Dusun Resort and went home. The way the article reads in the Malay Mail, the Negri Sembilan police chief Datuk Mohamad wasn’t informed of the Quoirn families’ movements or intentions, and instead learned the Quoirin’s had returned home via the media.
CrimeRocket isn’t affiliated with the British, Irish, French or Malaysians. But it appears after all the efforts spent by the Malaysian authorities to respond to the families vocal petitions for help, all they got in return was a kick in the teeth.