They've kept relatively under the radar, since relocating to the Big Apple.But Sam and Lara Worthington, made a rare public appearance at the Manhunt: Unabomber world premiere, in New York on Wednesday.However the evidence was inconclusive and the child's exact cause of death remains 'unascertained' and the inquest will try to determine how she died. with the publication of findings by High Court family judge Mr Justice Peter Jackson.
It simply found that her death was 'unascertained'.
'Mrs Thundercloud replied: 'I don't think I can comment whether a prosecution would ever be achievable.
There was certainly failures.'Ms Irving continued: 'This little girl's death was pronounced at 7.08am on December the twelfth, 2012, but it was never, was it, even after Alison Armour's report, treated as a murder inquiry? Ms Irving said police had a report from pathologist Dr Armour, who had raised the suspicion of child abuse, but were 'not taking it very seriously'.
Poppi's DNA was, however, recovered from Mr Worthington's penis in one swab.
Paul Clark, representing Mr Worthington, said 'inadequacies and failures' were found with the police investigation of the scene, taking of exhibits, search of the house, taking of witness statements and taking possession of Poppi's body.