Germanwings Pilot Hid Psychiatric Condition From Employer

The investigation into the deadly Germanwings crash revealed Friday that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz hid a psychiatric condition from his employer. While prosecutors have yet to specify the exact nature of that illness, there is speculation that mental illness may have affected his performance and perhaps the final decisions he made in the plane's cockpit. Lubitz is accused of purposefully crashing Flight 9525 into the French Alps on Tuesday, killing all 150 people on board.