Germanwings Co-pilot Wanted to 'destroy the Plane'

Germanwings Flight 9525's co-pilot appeared to want to "destroy the plane" and began the rapid descent manually and "intentionally" while the other pilot was locked out of the cockpit, a French prosector said on Thursday.
Although there appears to have been panic in the cabin and pounding on the door, the co-pilot was breathing normally in the final minutes of the flight. During a press conference detailing the information that was pulled from the black box cockpit voice recorder, Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin said, There was "absolute silence inside the cockpit. Nothing, no word during the last 10 minutes."
Investigators on Thursday were still looking for the second black box that contains the flight data recorder. It's possible that information contained on that device will shed more light on what happened in the final moments before the flight from Barcelona to Düsseldorf crashed, killing all 150 people on board.