By Graham Phillips
I was as, as everyone, shocked at the crash of Germanwings flight 9525, on March 24th, then stunned as developments emerged soon after as to the cause of the tragedy, which claimed 149 lives.
Just 2 days later, on March 26th, the Daily Mirror declared –
Andreas Lubitz, the 28-year-old German co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings plane deliberately slammed the jet into the ground after locking himself in the cockpit.
A photo was included of the man cited by some sources as 27, others 28, from Montabaur in Germany, as he smiled by San Francisco’s Golden Gate bridge.
An airline spokeswoman said Lubitz had 630 hours of flight experience and only 100 of those hours were on this particular model of plane, an Airbus A320. By comparison, a U.S. first officer would be required to have at least 1,500 hours of
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