Investigators today revealed that they discovered a torn-up medical note among the personal items of  Andreas Lubitz.   The contents of the note included instructions for Lubitz to stay home from work on the day that he crashed Germanwings flight 9525 into the French Alps.

The specific details of the note, including the exact medical condition, has yet to be revealed by investigators.    It was also revealed today that Lubitz had a medical condition that he disclosed and is reflected on his pilots license and paperwork on file with Lufthansa.  Investigators did not say if the illness stated in the note was related to the potential pre-existing condition.

Additionally, investigators said they have not found any suicide notes, manifestos, ties to religious extremism, or claim of responsibility.