Germanwings Flight 9525 was a Suicide Mission

More+Events ♦ Published: March 26, 2015; 15:30 ♦ Updated: March 26; 18:30 ♦ (Vindobona)

According to the latest reports, suicide and mass murder by the co-pilot explains the deaths of 150 people aboard Germanwings flight 9525 from Barcelona to Düsseldorf. There is clear evidence that 27-year-old German co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately locked the pilot out of the cockpit and then began with the Airbus A320 a constant, unauthorized and deadly descent. Brice Robin, the public prosecutor from Marseille told a press conference that the first officer had locked the captain out of the cockpit and set the controls of the Airbus for a rapid descent and the eventual crash into the French Alps. The Aviation Safety Network has published a list of aircraft accidents caused by pilot suicide (see below).

Did one German Wings pilot deliberately lock the other out of the cockpit? / Picture: © Flickr

The New York Times and AFP reported from a source on the investigation team that the cockpit voice recording of Germanwings Flight 9525 revealed that one of the pilots had been locked out of the cockpit and had been trying to break down the door.

He started by knocking lightly and then, getting no response, began hitting the door harder.

Usually, the pilot which…