Two men have been cleared of the rape and culpable homicide of British schoolgirl Scarlett Keeling, who was found dead on a beach in India in 2008.
Scarlett, 15, from Bideford, Devon, had been on a six-month trip with her family.
Scarlett's mother, Fiona MacKeown, said: "I am disappointed with the verdict and I will definitely move to the higher court."
The teenager's body was found bruised and half-naked on Anjuna beach, a popular site for tourists, in Goa in February 2008. She had been at a Valentine's Day beach party while the rest of her family travelled and a post-mortem examination found there was ecstasy, cocaine and LSD in her body.
The two acquitted men, Samson D'Souza, 37, and Placido Carvalho, 48, were alleged to have plied Scarlett with drugs, raped her and left her unconscious on the beach where she subsequently drowned.
Both of the men have now been cleared of charges of rape and culpable homicide, after the verdict was given at Goa Children's Court at the end of a trial which has taken six years.