Dusseldorf, April 2: In a shocking revelation, prosecutors have stated that evidence has been found that the co-pilot of the ill-fated airlines that jumped down to its death had searched for "medical methods of treatment", "ways to commit suicide" as well as "cockpit doors and their security provisions" on his tablet computer that was discovered at his apartment.
Meanwhile, investigators have revealed that the second blackbox has been found. Authorities are more positive about finding more information about the last moments of the plane in this recorder, while the first one had already suggested that the cockpit door was locked from inside and that Lubitz was alone.
The given evidence further emphasizes the medical reports that said that Andreas Lubitz, 27, at the time of his death was suffering from depression and suicide pangs, for which he was undergoing treatment. To add to the sorrow of the victims' family members, it was also revealed that Lubitz's bosses knew about his mental condition when he had told them about it and interrupted with his course midway.
The airbus was allegedly steered to its end at a speed of 700 kilometers per hour, killing all the passengers instantly.