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MH370: "France knows things she cannot say" by Esther Paolini March 08,2018   |  Source: Le Figaro

The wife and two of Ghyslain Wattrelos' children disappeared aboard the Kuala Lumpur flight to Beijing on March 8, 2014. Since then, he has been denouncing the inconsistencies in the searches of the aircraft that complicate him and his family, his other son, and the mourning of a family.

Four years ago, his wife and two of his children, Hadrien and Amber, disappeared aboard a plane from Malaysia Airlines, somewhere in the Indian Ocean. The aircraft was to connect Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Beijing. Since then, Ghyslain Wattrelos is struggling to understand what happened to this Boeing 777 and its 239 passengers. Several pieces of debris have been found, but the circumstances of the tragedy have never been clearly established. Between anger and sharp pain, this engineer tells in a book, his daily life since March 8, 2014, where everything has rocked.

LE FIGARO. - For four years, what is your view of the research done?

GHYSLAIN WATTRELOS. - When we understand that research is not done in the right scope, at first, we say that they are broken arms. But as we go along, we say that it cannot only be broken arms, that it is not only incompetence, there is something else. The official version reports four unexplained course changes in the aircraft's supposed final flight path.

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