Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin presented new details of his criminal investigation into the case after meeting in Paris with many grieving relatives of the 150 people who died on the March 24 Germanwings flight copiloted by Andreas Lubitz.
Robin announced he was handing over his initial inquiry to three investigating magistrates who will try to determine who - if anyone - can be brought to trial in an involuntary-manslaughter case in which the main culprit died in the crash.
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