A Malaysian governor has ruled on the death of a British teenager.
The 15-year-old from Balham, south-west London, disappeared from a hotel in August 2019.
Rescue teams found her body 10 days ago in a two-mile (2.5 km) stream from where she was last found at the Dusun Eco-Resort in South Negeri Sembilan.
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Reading her verdict on the virtual hearing seen by Nora’s parents, state Maimunah Ade said: “After hearing all the relevant evidence, I rule that no one was involved in Nora’s death and it is probable that she died as a result of the misdemeanor. She got out on her own and then got lost in the abandoned palm oil plantation. “
She said it would be a breach of her duty to speculate about third-party involvement without any evidence.
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Nora’s family was “deeply disappointed” by the verdict.
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