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Sexta-feira, 03.04.15

Stunning Developments in the Germanwings 4U9525 Investigation
All the Conspiracy Questions Wrapped Up Nicely
(Scott Creighton – – 03.04.2015)



Procurador de Marselha Brice Robin
(a quem foi entregue o caso do desastre envolvendo o avião da Germanwings)


The investigation into the crash of Germanwings 4U9525 is wrapping up nicely. All the sticky questions have been answered yesterday with the discovery of two new pieces of evidence. The question of the pilot’s unexplained suicide, the entry door issue and of course the mysterious black box have all been answered in one fell swoop.
Nothing to see here folks. All the pesky conspiracy questions have been resolved. Go back to sleep. Your government is in control.
Back and to the left. Back and to the left. Back and …..
The French prosecutor has announced that they “found” the missing flight data recorder that had somehow popped out of its bright orange hardened stainless steel casing and went missing for a week.
Turns out, they “found” it in an area that had already been searched but since it was the same color as a rock in the area, and because it was buried in the ground and burned up, they missed it.


“The second black box, the DFDR, was found by a female gendarme from Chamonix,” he said.
“This box was the same colour as the rock. It was found to the left of a ravine that had already [been] searched but it was embedded. It had to be dug out. It had obviously been in the fire, because it is charred, however, its general state leads us to hope there is a possibility that it can be exploited.” (Guardian)


Ok. So she was digging around in an area that had already been searched, next to a rock, in the dirt and there it was, burned, under ground.
However, some information is going to be missing obviously because it was “charred”.
Got it.
Reports are already coming out that it will confirm their conclusion (they’ve been pushing since day one) that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, is guilty.


The second black box from the crashed Germanwings plane confirms the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz acted deliberately, French investigators said Friday. He repeatedly accelerated the airline as he crashed it into a mountain in the French Alps killing 150 people, according to the French BEA crash investigators. “The pilot in the cockpit used the automatic pilot to descend the plane towards an altitude of 100 feet (30 meters). Then, several times during the descent, the pilot changed the automatic pilot settings to increase the aircraft’s speed,”BEA said, as cited by the Telegraph. (RT)


The autopilot set the altitude, flew the plane on the descent and accelerated the plane during the descent… so Andreas is obviously guilty because… he was heard breathing normally on the cockpit voice recorder.
The other piece of evidence discovered yesterday was a tablet computer found in Andreas’ apartment.
According to prosecutors, this new piece of evidence solves a couple problems that have arisen in their investigation of the co-pilot… namely the fact that no one who knew him or flew with him seems to think he was suicidal and people who have done some investigation into the subject (as well as his fellow pilots) have concluded there was no way for him to “lock out” the pilot or flight crew from the cockpit.


Andreas Lubitz, the Germanwings co-pilot believed to have deliberately crashed flight 4U9525 last week, did online research into cockpit doors and suicide methods in the days leading up to the crash, according to Düsseldorf prosecutors…
… “The browser history had not been deleted, in particular search terms called up using this device in the time from 16 March to 23 March 2015 could be reconstructed,” Thursday’s statement from Herrenbrück said.
“According to these, the user was, on the one hand, looking into medical treatments and, on the other, learning about the different methods and possibilities of committing suicide.”
On at least one day, according to the statement, Lubitz had spent several minutes entering search terms about cockpit doors and their security arrangements.
The user name, personal correspondence and search terms found on the tablet all appeared to confirm that the device belonged to Lubitz, Herrenbrück said. He added that they would not be releasing the exact search terms used and that the device was still being examined. (Guardian)


Browsing history? That’s almost as good as a confession note written on the inside of a tiny little boat that no one found for a couple of weeks isn’t it?
He was looking up methods of suicide AND technical data on the cockpit door. That should shut up those conspiracy theorists, huh?
I wonder if he found “crash the plane using autopilot” under “ways to whack one’s self”
I wonder why it is this guy who worked with these cockpit door locking systems felt the need to look one up online for “several minutes”?
I wonder how it is that flight data recorder got burned while buried in the ground? The plane wasn’t on fire til it hit the ground. In fact, it wasn’t on fire until after it hit the ground. What a coincidence they found it on the same day they found the tablet.
Anyway, it is good to know that the United States isn’t the only country with a completely corrupt federal investigative bureau.


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