Cockpit voice recorder reveals Germanwings Pilot Was Locked Out of Cockpit Before Crash
The Obama regime was insistent and immediate in it’s assertion that the Germanwings Airbus A320 passenger jet crash in the French Alps was NOT terrorism. Today it is reported in the Birdcage Liner of Record, the New York Times – that the cockpit voice recorder reveals that for reasons unknown, as soon as the aircraft reached cruising altitude, one pilot left the cockpit and the other pilot locked him out and immediately put the airliner into a rapid 8 minute decent that obliterated the airliner on impact in the craggy mountain jetta of the French Alps.
The voice recorder reveals that the other pilot was unable to enter the cockpit and knocking led to pounding followed by attempts to break down the door according to one senior military official involved in the investigation.
Why was the other pilot locked out after leaving? Why did the remaining cockpit pilot put the airliner into a ‘controlled steep dive’?
Some, desperate to lend benefits of doubt – may wonder if the other pilot suffered a heart attack the moment the other pilot left the cockpit. What are those odds? The recorder indicates that there was a smooth, very cool conversation up to the moment the other pilot left the cockpit. No indication of the other pilot feeling unwell. So, as soon as one pilot leaves, the other pilot puts the plane into a steep controlled dive? No mayday – no attempt to call for help – no answering the frantic bangs on the cockpit door?
Your bad feeling about this is certainly the same feeling many of us have in an era of Jihadism working to wreak havoc across the globe to establish their Caliphates.
I just find it interesting how insistent this Obama regime is to insist that Islamic terrorism does not exist.
As officials struggled Wednesday to explain why a jet with 150 people on board crashed in relatively clear skies, an investigator said evidence from a cockpit voice recorder indicated one pilot left the cockpit before the plane’s descent and was unable to get back in.
A senior military official involved in the investigation described “very smooth, very cool” conversation between the pilots during the early part of the flight from Barcelona to Düsseldorf. Then the audio indicated that one of the pilots left the cockpit and could not re-enter.
“The guy outside is knocking lightly on the door and there is no answer,” the investigator said. “And then he hits the door stronger and no answer. There is never an answer.”
He said, “You can hear he is trying to smash the door down.”