Join for free
Reply
Page 4 of 5 « First < 2 3 4 5 >
Muddy's Avatar
Muddy
Chatterbox
Muddy is offline
UK
Joined: Sep 2015
Posts: 24,736
Muddy is female  Muddy has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
14-08-2019, 12:11 PM
31

Re: Nora Quoirin

FGS Stop looking for ways to blame the parents
They arrived with three children the night before .
They all went to bed tired out .
The child was not extremely disabled she could walk .
They have lost their child they need compassion and pity not judgment.
Reply With Quote
Twink55's Avatar
Twink55
Chatterbox
Twink55 is offline
Cheshire, England
Joined: Jun 2015
Posts: 15,229
Twink55 is female  Twink55 has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
14-08-2019, 12:30 PM
32

Re: Nora Quoirin

It is sad that people, who only know what reporters are saying, are blaming anybody...... and this also happened in the case of Madeline McCann!

There is no point in blaming anybody, till all the facts are known.
It is sad when any child dies, but we can't lay blame till they establish if she was abducted or got out by herself.
Lets just hope the last hours of her life were not too frightening or painful!
Reply With Quote
Zuleika
Senior Member
Zuleika is offline
UK
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 1,222
Zuleika is female  Zuleika has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
14-08-2019, 12:56 PM
33

Re: Nora Quoirin

Originally Posted by Muddy ->
FGS Stop looking for ways to blame the parents
They arrived with three children the night before .
They all went to bed tired out .
The child was not extremely disabled she could walk .
They have lost their child they need compassion and pity not judgment.
Not looking for ways , they’re obvious from what’s been said at the beginning and of course the mention of an open window puts the blame traight onto abduction as we know it did in the McCann case .
No screams heard by Nora’s sleeping siblings in the same room ?
As always Muddy my compassion lies with the missing now in this case dead child .
Parents must be held part accountable for taking the utmost care of their vulnerable children .
If it turns out that Nora was sedated so it was impossible for her to have left of her own accord ,the latter her parents seem to be suggesting ,all well and good .
They now seem to be attacking the police for missing her body !
Reply With Quote
Muddy's Avatar
Muddy
Chatterbox
Muddy is offline
UK
Joined: Sep 2015
Posts: 24,736
Muddy is female  Muddy has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
14-08-2019, 02:27 PM
34

Re: Nora Quoirin

The child does not need your compassion she is beyond that now .
The parents are the ones who are suffering I don’t see they are suggesting anything is well and good .
Nothing is well or good for them and their family now and may never be again .
Reply With Quote
Zuleika
Senior Member
Zuleika is offline
UK
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 1,222
Zuleika is female  Zuleika has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
14-08-2019, 02:57 PM
35

Re: Nora Quoirin

Originally Posted by Muddy ->
The child does not need your compassion she is beyond that now .
The parents are the ones who are suffering I don’t see they are suggesting anything is well and good .
Nothing is well or good for them and their family now and may never be again .
I never said all was well and good for the family .
I was referring to it being all well and good so far as I was concerned had Nora been sedated .
The family of course will never be the same again .
The loss of a child is the most unbearable thing that can happen to any parent .
The child in this case really is a victim of most unfortunate circumstances about which I feel compassion that her life ended so abruptly despite you would rather I feel it for the adults concerned .
Btw her parents said she had difficulty walking iirc .
Reply With Quote
Muddy's Avatar
Muddy
Chatterbox
Muddy is offline
UK
Joined: Sep 2015
Posts: 24,736
Muddy is female  Muddy has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
15-08-2019, 07:25 AM
36

Re: Nora Quoirin

OMG the poor child and the poor parents who have to live with this for the rest of their lives.
They thought they were taking their children to a wonderful holiday and it would have been.
Instead of this terrible tragedy .

There is no God .

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-starving.html
Reply With Quote
Twink55's Avatar
Twink55
Chatterbox
Twink55 is offline
Cheshire, England
Joined: Jun 2015
Posts: 15,229
Twink55 is female  Twink55 has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
15-08-2019, 07:56 AM
37

Re: Nora Quoirin

I looks like she wasn't abducted, but people will always try to find a reason why she died. I have even thought.....

Why did she get out through a window, and had she ever done this before?

Was it wise to take her on this kind of holiday when she had difficulties coping in her own residential area?

There are no answers because nobody knows why she left her bedroom, & after a long journey I am sure the family believed that she was as tired as they were!
I just hope her family will be allowed to grieve, in peace, at this sad time!
Reply With Quote
tarantula
Chatterbox
tarantula is offline
UK
Joined: Feb 2016
Posts: 9,374
tarantula is female  tarantula has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
15-08-2019, 08:57 AM
38

Re: Nora Quoirin

I would have been surprised if the girl had been abducted.
Reply With Quote
Zuleika
Senior Member
Zuleika is offline
UK
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 1,222
Zuleika is female  Zuleika has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
15-08-2019, 09:22 AM
39

Re: Nora Quoirin

Originally Posted by tarantula ->
I would have been surprised if the girl had been abducted.
Me too .
Blame shifting by the family although you can understand why this happens “ in shock” ?
I dare say they will persist in it being possible she was taken away by someone because she was found not all that far a distance away and ought to have been found?
Reply With Quote
shropshiregirl's Avatar
shropshiregirl
Chatterbox
shropshiregirl is offline
Shropshire
Joined: Jun 2013
Posts: 5,813
shropshiregirl is female  shropshiregirl has posted at least 25 times and has been a member for 3 months or more 
 
15-08-2019, 12:51 PM
40

Re: Nora Quoirin

Originally Posted by Cinderella ->
Nightmare for her family after 8 days, police have different view on what may have happened to her.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-49316720
So very sad for her family. They must be heartbroken that she was not found alive.

The only consolation, if one dare call it that, is that they have indeed found her, and the postmortem shows she died from stress and hunger and was not raped or hurt in any other way. I appreciate her poor family will never know what really happened but at least by her being found, they will never have to go through the dreadful ordeal of never knowing what happened to her.

RIP little Nora.
Reply With Quote
Reply
Page 4 of 5 « First < 2 3 4 5 >

Thread Tools


© Copyright 2009, Over50sForum   Contact Us | Over 50s Forum! | Archive | Privacy Statement | Terms of Use | Top

Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.