Depressed Homosexual Copilot Deliberately Flew Jet into Mountainside in Germanwings Crash that Killed 150: Investigation


You can read about Andreas Lubitz’s journey to the dark side at the Express. It’s one of those things that the politically correct crowd would like everyone to ignore, referring to the killer copilot as simply “depressed.” He was trawling both gay and suicide websites in the months leading up to his act of mass murder.

Now the crash investigation has been released to the public. Only Lubitz was at fault.


German prosecutors have decided that nobody other than pilot Andreas Lubitz could be held accountable for the crash of a Germanwings plane in March 2015, a spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office said on Monday.

Co-pilot Lubitz deliberately flew the Germanwings A320 jet into a French mountainside on March 24, 2015, on a flight from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, killing all 150 people on board.

Prosecutors have said Lubitz was suffering from a suspected “psychotic depressive episode” that started in December 2014, months before the fatal crash, but that he had concealed his illness from his employer, part of the Lufthansa group.

They had been looking into whether anyone still alive could also be held accountable for the crash, but the spokesman said investigations had not shown cause for fault, whether on the part of doctors, Lufthansa, Germanwings, or the German aviation authority.

Lawyers representing the families of those killed have previously said Lubitz, who had temporarily halted his pilot training to receive treatment for a depressive episode, should have been more closely monitored.

The crash has led to authorities in Europe proposing new laws on screening and monitoring of pilots.

There’s not a word in the report about barring homosexuals from flying passenger jets.

This graphic reveals the truth about LGBT youth from a pro-gay source.

Why are we allowing these people to hold jobs where the public safety is involved?


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