The co-pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings passenger jet into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board, was supposed to be on sick leave the day of the crash but hid evidence of his illness from his employer, German prosecutors said Friday.
Torn-up doctor’s notes were found in a search of 27-year-old Andreas Lubitz’s homes in two German cities, including one excusing him from work the day of the crash.
A statement from prosecutors said found medical documents indicated “an existing illness and appropriate medical treatment.” The statement did not disclose what the illness was. Media reports have suggested Lubitz suffered from depression, but a Dusseldorf hospital that last saw Lubitz on March 10 for a diagnosis denied he was treated there for depression.
German authorities said they found no suicide note or evidence of political or religious motivation for the crash.
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