18 Mar 2016

Inconsistencies & deception at the heart of MH370 ?

From Nine To Noon, 9:25 am on 18 March 2016
A family member of a Chinese passenger from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 shows a poster as she leaves after a prayer session at the Yonghegong Lama temple in Beijing.

A family member of a Chinese passenger from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in March. Photo: AFP

Two years after MH370 vanished the mystery remains. 

For the investigative journalist, Florence de Changy, much of the official story is not credible.

She's spent much of the last two years following leads, examining confidential documents and debunking theories in order to get closer to the truth. 

Earlier this month Malaysia's Ministry of Transport released its second annual interim report to mark the tragedy's second anniversary, but it contained scant information about its causes or the location of the wreckage. 

Florence de Changy speaks to Nine to Noon's Kathryn Ryan about her conclusions

Florence de Changy is the Hong Kong correspondent for Le Monde newspaper and has covered the Asia Pacific region for more than 25 years. She has just written a book, Le vol MH370 n'a pas disparu ! about her findings.

Le vol MH370 n'a pas disparu!

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