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Dignitaries & Family Attend The Stripped And Barren New Mass In Cologne Cathedral In Memory Of 149 Souls Killed By MUSLIM Convert Andreas Lubitz

From left: Hesse state governor Volker Bouffier , German chancellor Angela Merkel, German Parliament president Norbert Lammert, , the partner of German President, Daniela Schadt, German President Joachim Gauck, and the North Rhine-Westphalia governor Hannelore Kraft attend a mourning ceremony at the Cologne Cathedral

COLOGNE, GERMANY — The Germanwings crash last month was an "unbelievable horror" for the families of those killed, compounded by the apparent senselessness of the co-pilot's actions in bringing down the plane, German President Joachim Gauck told hundreds of victims' relatives and dignitaries at a memorial service Friday. Gauck said people across Germany, which lost 72 citizens, are still coming to grips with the March 24 crash. The second-biggest group of victims was from Spain, which lost 51 citizens. Prosecutors have said co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed the plane into the French Alps on the way from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, killing all 150 aboard. They are still trying to determine why. "We really don't know what was going through his head during those deciding seconds, in the deciding minutes," Gauck told the congregation that also included Chancellor Angela Merkel, ministers from Spain and France, and the heads of Germanwings and its parent airline, Lufthansa. "But we do know that his relatives also lost on March 24 a person whom they loved, who leaves a void in their lives — in a way for which they can find as little sense as all of the others' relatives," Gauck said. "Maybe that is what appalled us so much, the senselessness of what took place." Fresno Bee Read More>>>>>


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