Islamic Facebook pages praising Lubitz are deleted as quick as they are made. We managed to take a screencap of one yesterday, and here is another one captured by British newspaper the Mirror. This is so typical for the Muslim mindset; the endless celebration and praise for the death of innocent people.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz called ‘a hero’ in sick Facebook tribute page
14:21, 26 March 2015
By Anthony Bond
The Facebook page – called Andreas Lubitz, world champion in Flight Simulator – was set up after officials confirmed he deliberately crashed the plane
A sick Facebook tribute page calling the Germanwings co-pilot who deliberately crashed a plane into the French Alps ‘a hero’ has been set up.
The page – called Andreas Lubitz, world champion in Flight Simulator – was set up after officials confirmed he had flown his plane into the mountains.
One post claims to be from ISIS calling the pilot ‘the French hero’.
It reads: “OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE : The Islamic State apologizes for misspelling in the title of the page and take the opportunity to remind you that the French hero is always spelled with an s .
“The community manager was removed from office and will be beheaded to serve as a lesson.”
Another post says “Already a lot of messages of support for our hero . Thank you all .”
This sick Facebook page was set up in tribute to the Germanwings co-pilot.
Officials today said Andreas Lubitz locked himself into the cockpit before smashing the plane into mountains.
The dramatic revelations have horrified people in the German town of Montabaur who said Mr Lubitz had showed no signs of depression when they saw him last.
Peter Ruecker, a member of a glider club who watched him learn to fly, said: “He was happy he had the job with Germanwings and he was doing well. He gave off a good feeling.”
Mr Lubitz had obtained his glider pilot’s licence as a teenager and was accepted as a Lufthansa pilot trainee after finishing a tough German college preparatory school, Mr Ruecker said.
He described the co-pilot as a “rather quiet” but friendly young man.
Mr Ruecker was a member of the LSC Westerwald flying club in Montabaur.
The club has paid tribute to him, saying: “With great dismay, the members of the LSC Westerwald e.V have heard of the crash of Germanwings flight 4U9525. With horror we acknowledge that among the dead is a longtime member of our association.
“Andreas died as First Officer on the tragic flight.”
It emerged today that passengers on the doomed Germanwings plane only knew they were about to die in the terrifying seconds before it crashed into the French Alps.
The horrifying final 10 minutes of the plane crash – which killed all 150 passengers and crew – have now been revealed.
The co-pilot of the plane deliberately slammed the jet into the ground after locking himself in the cockpit, Marseilles prosecutor Bryce Robin said at a press conference today.
But despite the huge plane rapidly plummeting towards the ground as the pilot attempting to get back into the cockpit, it appeared passengers were completely unaware of the danger they were in.
Mr Robin said the victims would only have known they were about to die in the terrifying seconds before the crash – and the cockpit voice recorder picked up their screams.
He said: “On the recording you literally hear the screams only on the last moments and nothing else.”
He named the co-pilot as 28-year-old Andreas Lubitz and told reporters: “We have managed to get the transcript of the last 30 minutes.
“In the first 20 minutes the pilots talk in a normal fashion being courteous with each other like two normal pilots during a flight.
“Then we hear the command asking the co-pilot to take over and we hear the sound of a chair being pushed back and a door closing. So we assume that he went to the loo or something.
“So the co-pilot at that moment is on his own in charge of the plane and it’s while hes alone… that he uses the flight monitoring system which starts the descent of the aeroplane.
“This action on this attitude selection can only be done voluntarily.””We hear several cries of the pilot asking to access [the cockpit]. He identifies himself on the intercom system but there’s no answer from the co pilot.
“He then knocks on the door to ask for it to be opened and he has no response from the co-pilot.
“We hear at that moment breathing and we hear this breathing from inside the cockpit, and we hear this breathing until the moment of impact so we conclude the pilot is alive at this point.
“The tower then ask them to do a distress signal but again there is no response from the cockpit so the aeroplane becomes a priority for a forced landing.
“Other planes try to contact this Airbus and no answer is forthcoming.
“There are alarm systems which indicate to all those on board the proximity of the ground and then we hear noises of the door trying to be broken into.
“This is the cockpit door, which according to international measures is reinforced.
“So these alarms go off on the plane which are to indicate the proximity of the ground and just before the final impact we hear the sound of the first impact.
“It’s believed that the plane may have glided or hit initially before the final impact.
“There is no distress signal, no mayday signal received by the control tower.
“No distress signal has been received and no answer was received despite the numerous calls from the tower.
“The interpretation on this day, and I’m talking today 48 hours after the crash… is the most probable interpretation is that the copilot due to a voluntary abstention – a voluntary abstention – refused to open the cabin door to the pilot.
“He refused to open the cockpit door and action the button which starts the descent procedure.
“I remind you that in the last eight minutes this aeroplane went from 12,000m to 2,000m.”
He added: “It’s normal breathing. He didn’t say a single word after the pilot left the cockpit. Apparently it’s impossible to override the system.”
When asked if it was suicide he said: “I’m not even going to mention this word because I don’t know.”
He added: “He had no reason to do this.
“On the recording you literally hear the screams only on the last moments and nothing else.
“The co pilot had only been working a few months and had a few 100 hours on this aeroplane.
“At this stage nothing indicates a terrorist attack. Obviously we will see how this investigation progresses.
“When you suicide you normally do it by yourself. When you have 150 people with you, you wouldn’t normally call it suicide. That’s why I’m not using this word.”