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German passenger jet air crash not an air tragedy but a deliberate attempt of destroying the plane, Germany

The retrieved black box of the German passenger jet that had crashed a two days ago has changed the case of an air tragedy incident to a criminal act. From the data that had been retrieved it was clear that the co pilot of the German wings had deliberately dived the plane in an attempt to crash it. The pilot of the plane had done his job off taking off properly and was in mid air when he had to answer nature’s call. Putting the plane on autopilot he left the cockpit. As soon as the pilot left, the co pilot Andreas Lubitz 27yrs old locked the door of the cockpit and then removed the plane from autopilot and dived it down towards the French Alps. The act didn’t seem to alarm the 148 passengers at first but when the pilot started frantically beating the door of the plane giving out orders to Lubitz to open panic struck inside the plane. Soon the situation dawned onto the passengers who started screaming hysterically moments before the flight was crashed into the French Alps.

The data that had been derived from the flight seconds before the crash there was the door beating sound of the pilot, screaming terrified passengers, the warning bleeping alarm of collision and in the end the breathing sound of Lubitz who kept quiet through the end.

French prosecutors are now dealing with a criminal case from a tragedy case. The officials have expressed shock over Andreas lubitz such behavior stating that he was 100% fit to fly and if they had the slightest knowledge that he was capable of doing something like this they wouldn’t have allowed him to go in air. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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