Relatives of individuals slaughtered in the Boeing 737 Max crash in Indonesia a year ago have been swindled out of pay, their legal advisors state.

Legal advisors told the BBC that numerous families were influenced to sign structures keeping them from making lawful move.

BBC Panorama has found that different relatives consented to comparable arrangements after two different accidents, preventing them from suing Boeing in the US courts.

Boeing has declined to remark on the understandings.

Every one of the 189 travelers and team kicked the bucket when the Boeing 737 Max collided with the ocean only 13 minutes in the wake of taking off from the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on 29 October 2018.

Inside weeks, relatives were offered remuneration by protection legal counselors.

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