In the aftermath of this tragedy, there seems to be a strange mismatch in the Quoirin’s actively engaging with the media while their daughter was missing, and publicly thanking the cops during the ongoing search. But after she was found they go radio silent meanwhile, criticism of a botched investigation and police bungling swirls. Unreal.
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Doesn’t look like inexperienced searchers or search. Looks like they conducted a thorough search. But it has similarities to the Chandra Levy case where the young intern goes missing, then found by a man walking his dog in Rock Creek Park a year after police combed the same area for weeks and months. How could they have missed her you wonder.
Did you see that in the video above “Nora’s family arrive at scene where a body is discovered” – someone is flipping off the cameras from the back seat of the black car – one of Nora’s family members? That seems rather rude.