The inquest proceedings into the death of Irish-French teenager Nora Anne Quoirin which will begin on Monday at the Coroner’s Court, Seremban Court Complex will be live-streamed.
According to the Federal Court Chief Registrar’s Office, the public could follow the inquest through the Malaysian Judiciary website, its Facebook account and YouTube channel starting Monday, at 9 am.
“The Malaysian Judiciary will carry a live streaming of the proceedings,” it said in a statement.
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 to assist in the investigation, the statement said.
Nora Anne’s body was found on Aug 13 last year, near a stream in a hilly area, about 2.5 kilometres from the resort where she and her family were staying, at Jalan Pantai, here, following a massive search.
A preliminary post-mortem report revealed there were no criminal elements in Nor Anne’s death and that the teenager had died of gastrointestinal bleeding, due to prolonged stress and hunger.