“No-one thinks it’s an accident”

One year on from the disappearance of MH370, one father tells The Telegraph why he still does not trust the official account of what happened

Ghyslain Wattrelos has spent the last 12 months trying to adapt to his newly empty Parisian home. When Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared exactly a year ago, he went in those confused, painful hours from being head of a bustling family of five, to a family of just two: his wife Laurence and two teenage children, Adrien, 17, and Ambre, 13, were on board.

“My son (a student) is not with me at home, so it means suddenly you are alone in a big house,” he says softly, in his first ever British interview since the disappearance. “It’s very strange.”

  • A few more of these will have a significant effect.

    People will vote with their (non PC) money.

    I would never knowingly fly on a plane with a Muslim pilot.

    Would you?

    • Nope. The Allahu Akbar express is not for me.

      • BillyHW

        I want to put up big advertisements right in front of the security lines at airports that read, “Stuck in line? Thank Islam.”

    • Exile1981

      I don’t like to fly on A320 either,the mean hours between crashes on those where troubling for a while,

  • FactsWillOut

    It was Blofeld.

  • Exile1981

    It wasn’t an accident but I’m not sure it was death by pilot either.

    • Xavier

      The incompetence in this investigation rivals the CDC’s Ebola response in Texas.

      • Exile1981

        Thy either know or suspect things which would be “uncomfortable” for them.