Nora Quoirin’s parents were tonight considering asking for a second postmortem on her body.
Meabh, 45, and Sebastien, 47, want to be sure pathologists have not missed any evidence about the 15-year-old’s death in Malaysia.
They may ask for the autopsy to be held in Britain, or France, where her father is from and where a police investigation is ongoing.
A source told the Mirror: “They are deliberating. They need to decide whether they would ask for it to be done in Malaysia or elsewhere.”
If something criminal were found, the source said: “The problem with doing it away from Malaysia is that admissibility of the evidence could be an issue.”
They are waiting for DNA, stem cell and toxicology reports before deciding.
Nora’s family think she was abducted, despite an autopsy showing she died of starvation.
In a statement issued on their behalf by the Lucie Blackman Trust, they said: “Our beautiful girl died in complex circumstances and we are hoping that soon we will have more answers to our many questions.”
Meabh and Sebastien, of Balham, South-West London, met with Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
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