Germanwings copilot has no relation with terrorist groups according to germany
Andreas Lubitz, Copilot of Germanwings accused by the French prosecution of deliberately crash the plane last Tuesday, in the French Alps, with 150 people on board, had no connection with terrorist groups or indications of “terrorist background”, said the Interior Minister German, Thomas de MaiziÃ¨re. German police have registered dwellings Lubitz and his family.
This Thursday, after revealing details information of the audio file containing the black box on Lubitz and his possible involvement in the air disaster, German investigadorees and police have registered German co-driver properties: the House which had in DÃ¼sseldorf and the paternal residence in the nearby town of Montabaur, his hometown; as reported by the Agency DPA news allemande.
Researchers have also attended the homes of several of the victims and other members of the crew to get DNA testing necessary for his identification.
Revelations of the French Prosecutor’s office developed Copilot in the main key to clarify what happened in the worst air disaster in recent years in Europe that killed 150 people dead, mostly Germans and Spaniards.
“Normal” and “nice”
In Montabaur, hometown of Andreas Lubitz, several people who knew him have described him as a “regular guy” and a “nice young man”. The small town of 12,000 in Western Germany is shocked after the news revealed by the Prosecutor of Marseilles, Brice Robin, that Lubitz would have starred the plane deliberately.
“It was a completely normal guy” said the agency Reuters Klaus Radke, director of the local air club where Lubitz took its first flight license years ago. Lubitz returned last fall for a course update with Radke. “Upon his return, he seemed a very nice, funny and educated young”, added Radke.
“I am simply speechless. I can’t find any explanation for this. Knowing Andreas, this is something inconceivable for me”, says Peter RÃ¼ecker, Member of the flying club and who knew well Lubitz. “Andreas was a very nice young man who received their training here and was a member of the club. Perhaps it was a bit quiet, but it was a guy like any other. Had many friends, he was not a loner,”stated RÃ¼ecker.
Close to the small White House in the village which lived Lubitz, where police quickly mounted guard, Hans-Juergen Krause, a neighbor, says to be “really shocked” by the news; phrases that have repeated various people that they knew him.
Lubitz was formed at the Academy for training of pilots of Lufthansa in Bremen, who did not want to comment.