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Thread: Germanwings co-pilot wanted to 'destroy the plane,' locked pilot out of cockpit, says prosecutor

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    All of these recently downed planes were insured by the same company...

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    Interesting coincidence...the Air Asia flight QZ8501 that went down in December, was also an A320. The Independent Newspaper reports the Black Box shows the Pilot out of his chair pulling the system circuit breaker!



    The captain of the AirAsia jet that crashed into the sea off Indonesia in December was out of his seat conducting an unusual procedure when his co-pilot apparently lost control.

    By the time he returned it was too late to save the plane, two people close to the investigation told news agency Reuters.

    They said that investigators were examining the Flight Augmentation Computer (FAC) recovered from the Airbus A320, and that the captain had taken the “very unusual” step of disabling the system.

    "You can reset the FAC, but to cut all power to it is very unusual," said an A320 pilot, who chose to remain anonymous.

    "You don't pull the circuit breaker unless it was an absolute emergency. I don't know if there was one in this case, but it is very unusual."




    also,

    The black box is designed to withstand an impact of 3400 g as required by EUROCAE ED-112.
    and not eject their memory chips, I'll bet

    When the first Airbus was flying at an air show years ago, the plane thought it was in landing mode. No amount of control manipulation by the pilots could correct it. And it flew into a field against the pilots wishes. So I suppose that validates the theory.


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    "In case of an electrical supply failure, the door is automatically unlocked"
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/260119041/...l-Cockpit-Door
    so the copilot did not "pull a fuse" or some shit to disable the door mechanism




    haha...what? wtf are those, masonry bricks? they look damned good for surviving such an impact...





    another good point, there was half or more of the flight's fuel inside the jet.....where's the charred stuff?






    another odd thing in the timeline, the descent is initiated, and the ground tower waits 3 entire minutes to contact the plane?











    as if I havent been convinced of the false flaggyness of this already...

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    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/germanwings...h-alps-1493351

    Witnesses told the French Air Force they heard an explosion and saw smoke coming out of the doomed Germanwings' A320 passenger plane shortly before it crashed into the mountains near Digne, southern France, IBTimes UK can reveal.

    A helicopter pilot in the French Air Force based in Orange, 30 minutes away from the site of the crash, told IBTimes UK witnesses in the crash investigation told him "they had heard an explosion and seen smoke".

    While the French authorities have not confirmed these accounts, the pilot confirms the French Air Force has received a number of corroborating witness testimonies.

    The pilot also confirmed that debris was found upstream from the crash site - which he said confirmed the fact that the piece of fuselage had "been detached from the aircraft before impact".
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    inconveniences....mumz was right, once you start telling lies, you have to tell lies deeper than the ocean to back up the first one

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