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JetBlue Pilot to Plead Insanity

Better known as the JetBlue pilot who freaked out during a five-hour cross country flight last month, Clayton Osbon will be pleading insanity at his upcoming trial. His lawyer, Dean Roper, filed federal court documents indicating that Osbon was insane at the time of the Mar. 27 incident. Osbon was piloting an Airbus 320 en route from New York to Las Vegas when he announced on the PA system that "things just don't matter" and "we're not going to Vegas!" He left the cockpit and began running up and down the aisle, but was subdued by passengers before he could return to the controls.

April 18, 2012 8:13 PM