Prosecutor: Germanwings Co-Pilot Had Suicidal Tendencies

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PARIS – Family members of the 149 people murdered by the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 continue to visit a memorial site in Les Vernet, France. They hold hands, blow kisses and say their final words to loved ones they will never see again.

Investigators are still looking for evidence that will explain why Adreas Lubitz flew the passenger jet into the Alps.

They say he suffered from suicidal tendencies at some point during his aviation career. They also say they found documents from doctors saying Lubitz was unfit to fly.

“But these documents don’t show any hints of being suicidal or being aggressive against other people,” said Christoph Kumpa, a spokesman for Dusseldorf State Prosecutor.

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