nonhocapito wrote:kickstones wrote:According to this story, if I read the translation right, Andreas Lubitz had an Italian girlfriend
Apparently it's two different people. I don't know if this internet mishap is accidental, or rather, if it was planted to frustrate the efforts (our efforts) to decipher reality.
According to this article (sorry it is in Italian) : http://www.corriere.it/esteri/15_marzo_ ... 6b0e.shtml there is a person with the same name who was mistaken for the co-pilot by several newspapers. The picture posted above with him in front of the mountain would belong to the wrong person.
[/quote]simonshack wrote:^^^ Just imagine if this were your own face - now forever associated with that "suicidal pilot who killed 150 innocent people". If it STILL were up online - on a major weekly magazine's website, wouldn't you RAISE HELL about it???
It truly defies belief that NO ONE at the old 'n' experienced OGGI magazine noticed any problems with these pics. Or does it?
No it doesn't. The mainstream media is obviously in on this latest hoax - just like on 9/11 - and this whole "namesake-mistake" is just another farcical ploy to 'deflect' the fact that this "Andreas Günter Lubitz" is just as 'real' as, say, "Anders Behring Breivik".
CIE wrote: It´s all so confusing and I think it is made this way by certain persons/organisations. Or the press has taken over totally. Because they report so much conflicting stuff, how can we sort this out without evidence.
simonshack wrote:I say - now you're probably onto something, dear CIE !
"Or the press has taken over totally" - yup, there you go. In fact, it's been so for more than 50 years now. Need more be said?
T21 » December 7th, 2016, 5:52 pm wrote:As I watched the news reports on the Brazilian football team who crashed while flying over Colombia I went back to the Germanwings crash.
Scenes were too different in that this time airplane debris and possibly covered corpses were clearly visible, unlike the "suicide pilot" case this thread is about.
Has anyone else thought the same ?
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