The co-pilot who purposely drove an aircraft into the French Alps Mountainside did this so that he could be remembered in history. This is what the mans former girlfriend said.
27 year old Andreas Lubitz was unfit to work, it was documented in a note that he hid from everybody. The day before he crashed the plane was when he was deemed unfit to be working.
“Were going down” is something that Lubitz former girlfriend was woken up hearing from screaming Lubitz in the middle of the night several times.
Bild, A German newspaper says that he told his ex girlfriend “One day I will do something that will change the whole system, and then all will know my name and remember it.” sometime last year.
Mary W, is 26 years old and she said “I never knew what he meant, but now it makes sense.”
A flight attendant stated that the co-pilot took a hiatus during training because he reportedly had “burnout-syndrome” he also was a victim of nightmares and his behavior put her in fear.
His ex told a newspaper “At night, he woke up and screamed: “We’re going down!”, because he had nightmares. He knew how to hide from other people what was really going on inside.”
As victims of the families involved in the crash got together for a service at church, the above statements were then know by them.
Lufthansa, Germanwings parent company, stated that the families of the victims involved would be compensated up to 50,000 euros.
The severity of Lubitz’s health problems were finally becoming more know, when German prosecutors took a look at the history of his medical problems and gained access to the torn up note. The note was found when the police searched his apartment in Dusseldorf, along with many other things.
The note about his illness was not turned into the company, this was confirmed by Germanwings. No suicide note or confession was found, stated the prosecutors. Also, there was no evidence of a religious background of what happened.