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06/12/2015 03:15 PM ID: 100703 Permalink   

Germanwings May Face Involuntary Homicide Charges for March Crash


French prosecutors who are investigating the Germanwings crash in March said they are going to decide whether anyone might be held liable for manslaughter.

A preliminary investigation found co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed the Airbus A320 in the French Alps. However, the panel of judges could find other parties, like Germanwings, to blame for negligence leading to the crash.

It was recently revealed that Lubitz feared he would lose his eyesight and job and, therefore, saw 41 doctors, including psychiatrists, in the last five years of his life.

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