I'm not sure from what credible sources you got your information.
bb/reuters/cnbc/the times/npr/cbc/france24 etc etc ... they're all reporting on depression/personal problems
... doctors/hospital, who signed the sick leave.
Violation of private secrets[/b]
(1) Whosoever unlawfully discloses a secret of another, in particular, a secret which belongs to the sphere of personal privacy or a business or trade secret, which was confided to or otherwise made known to him in his capacity as a
1. physician, dentist, veterinarian, pharmacist or member of another healthcare profession which requires state-regulated education for engaging in the profession or to use the professional title;
2. professional psychologist with a final scientific examination recognised by the State;
shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding one year or a fine.
They're also the groups who reported it when the airline initially said there was no history of any problems.
Aus ermittlungstechnischen Gründen kann das UKD keine weiteren Auskünfte erteilen. Meldungen, wonach Andreas L. wegen Depressionen in unserem Haus in Behandlung gewesen sei, sind jedoch unzutreffend.
University Hospital Düsseldorf wrote:
Quote:Due to investigation reasons, the UKD cannot provide any further information. Reports that Andreas L. was in our hospital for depression treatment, however, are incorrect.Aus ermittlungstechnischen Gründen kann das UKD keine weiteren Auskünfte erteilen. Meldungen, wonach Andreas L. wegen Depressionen in unserem Haus in Behandlung gewesen sei, sind jedoch unzutreffend.
They have a long way to go to be as wrong as you.
Technically,Sean Hannity , last night, stated that the co-pilot "may hve become radicalized"
Hes kind of a dipshit
The fact is that he had a sick note saying he should not fly on the day of the crash.