Germanwings Co-pilot researched Suicide Methods and Cockpit Door Security days Leading to the Crash!
A recent CNN report revealed that Andreas Lubitz, the Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot, researched suicide methods and cockpit door security on the Internet a few days before the crash, a German prosecutor said Thursday.
This revelation comes after analysis of a tablet device belonging to the Germanwings co-pilot was performed which according to Dusseldorf prosecutor, Christoph Kumpa showed that on one day Lubitz also “searched for several minutes with search terms relating to cockpit doors and their security measures.”
According to the report, the search history was not deleted and also revealed several searches related to medical treatment, the prosecutor said.
As Investigators try to establish Lubitz’s motivation for deliberately bringing down Germanwings Flight 9525 in the French Alps on March 24, killing all 150 on board, (click here if you missed it), they have since focused on his health, (click here if you missed it), and with new information about the Internet searches performed days leading to the crash, this case continues to point to a strong act of premeditated murder by the co-pilot.