Families of victims arrive at a ceremony marking one year after the Germanwings Airbus A320 crash, Thursday, March 24, 2016 in Le Vernet, France. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
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Families of the victims of last year's Germanwings crash deliberately caused by a suicidal co-pilot expressed outrage Monday after his parents placed a heartfelt newspaper announcement in his memory.The parents of Andreas Lubitz, who brought down the A320 flight in the French Alps with 149 other people on board in March 2015, ran the announcement in a local paper thanking friends and neighbors for their support over the loss of their son.Several victims' relatives have banded together with plans to take the airline's parent company Lufthansa to court in the United States, arguing that the depressive Lubitz should never have been allowed to fly.
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