The Germanwings pilot who deliberately crashed his jet and killed 150 people reached out to dozens of doctors prior to the disaster, Marseille Prosecutor Brice Robin told the Associated Press late Thursday. Robin did not specify what Lubitz was seeking advice or treatment for, nor did he specify when Lubitz contacted medical professionals. Lubitz had calculated his mass murder before carrying it out. In fact, he would’ve killed an earlier flight if he had the chance. Lubitz had a history of depression, which he admitted to the Lufthansa subsidiary, and they continued to train him to fly anyway.