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A JetBlue flight the plane was diverted to Amarillo, Texas, Tuesday after the pilot left the cockpit mid-flight and went on a rant. Federal prosecutors Wednesday charged the pilot, Clayton Osbon, with interfering with a flight crew. The court filing contains new details about what apparently went on during that flight. NPR's John Burnett joins host Melissa Block.
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