An involuntary manslaughter case started on late Wednesday by the French authorities, regarding the terrible Germanwings tragedy which caused the death of 150 people.

It is well-known that the co-pilot of the flight, Andreas Lubitz, crashed the passenger jet on purpose into the Alps on March 24 but as Robin had said on Friday, the purpose of the inquiry is to “explain how and why a pilot could get into a cockpit with the intention to crash the aircraft together with its occupants.” On 12 June...


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