The father of a 22-year-old killed after being struck by a helicopter blade in Greece has criticised the country's officials.
Jack Fenton, from Staplehurst, died after walking behind the Bell 407 aircraft which had just landed in Athens after he and his friends had been holidaying in Mykonos.
It had originally been claimed the young man had disembarked from the chopper and made his way to the back where he was fatally injured.
However, Greek officials later confirmed the former Maidstone schoolboy was not taking a selfie when the accident occurred.
Jack's father, Miguel Fenton, told the BBC he was disappointed with how the Greek authorities were handling the case and wanted the truth about the tragedy to come out..
He said: "We have had no direct contact, no updates. We haven't had sight of the autopsy report.
"We know the facts because there were witnesses.
"So we know Jack should still be here. He should still be alive.
"We want the true facts to come out."
The father also spoke to the BBC about the family's grief, as their son, a former pupil at Sutton Valence School, died in "a brutal way".
He said: "The gap that he's left is unimaginably big and painful and I just can't see how it could be filled.
"We just have to live with the happy memories that we have."
Jack's sister, Daisy Fenton, added: "He was one of those boys who went out of his way to make sure everyone was okay. I'm so proud of him."
A statement from police in Athens said they expressed condolences to the Fenton family, but they could not comment during an active investigation.