by Scott Creighton
Still trying to prop-up their pathetic official story about how Germanwings flight 9525 crashed into the French Alps 6 weeks ago, authorities have pre-released a report to the German newspaper Bild which supposedly details how the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz “practiced” resetting the auto-pilot setting to 100 feet altitude several times on a previous flight he worked on that same day.
That is an absolutely ridiculous notion which isn’t even supported by the evidence they themselves present. As stupid as it is, the story is already being repeated at news sites like Sputnik International without the first hint of questioning the moronic narrative nor the clearly contradictory evidence presented.
The German newspaper Bild reported that the Germanwings co-pilot, suspected of deliberately crashing a plane in the French Alps in March, killing all 150 people on board, practiced a descent on a previous flight on the same day.
The newspaper referred to an interim report, due to be published by France’s BEA crash investigation agency later on Wednesday. Sputnik International
First of all, a pilot with the flight hours that Lubitz had does not need to ‘practice” setting the auto-pilot target altitude to 100 ft above sea level. He would just do it.
According to this story he had to “practice” setting that altitude over and over again, multiple times, and one time they claim he left it at that setting for more than 100 seconds (#2 on graph below)
According to the story, as he was told to reset the altitude of that flight, Lubitz did so by seemingly always setting the new altitude at 100 feet and then readjusting it back up. This happened several times according to Bild and the BEA crash investigation.
Seems to me that the auto-pilot system itself was having problems, not the co-pilot. Seems to me he was keeping from resetting itself to 100 feet of altitude when he kept changing it to the new altitude that the flight tower was ordering him to set.
Here’s the “proof” that Bild offers. It’s a graphic showing the altitude of the flight during the time the investigation says Lubitz was “practicing”