Google "North Carolina co-pilot death" and you will see a news story reported or carried by most of the media. It involved a small cargo twin engine plane that lost its nose wheel and had to do a belly landing on a grassy area at Raleigh Durham International. The stories say investigators haven't determined if the co-pilot died on descent or on impact? Some say he "fell" from the plane and some say he "jumped". The main pilot who landed the plane only had minor injuries and is OK. No one addresses what that pilot had to say about why his co-pilot "left" the plane at 3,500 ft? Even if the pilot doesn't want to talk, for some reason, how can any journalist not even address the issue? No one addresses the obvious question of "What explanation did the pilot have as to why his co-pilot "left" the plane at 3,500 ft?"