Child protection expert Jim Gamble who has been advising the family of Nora Quoirin told Sky News body there are still questions to be answered about the disappearance and death of the year-old in Malaysia.
Retired businessman Sylvain told The Irish Times: Someone put her there. He added: For me, it is obviously a criminal case, by default. She could not have wandered.
Mr Morel said: The family is just concerned to find out the truth. There are many unanswered questions and we cannot exclude criminal involvement.
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If she was alive for that long, then it is possible that she real somebody. Nora Quoirin had travelled to Malaysia from her home in South London with her teen Meabh, 45, and Sebastian, 47, as well as her sister Innes, 12, and brother Maurice, eight, for a family periodepussy but then disappeared. Nora - who has learning difficulties - may have been wandering around the jungle alone, frightened and starving for a week after she vanished on August 4.