Court documents posted Thursday show Clayton F. Osbon has been indicted on one count of interference of a flight crew. It's the same charge he's been held on since short after the March 27 incident.
A secretary for Osbon's attorney, Dean Roper, says he declines to comment.
Osbon currently is undergoing a court-ordered psychiatric exam to determine whether he was legally sane when passengers wrestled him to the floor after witnesses said he ran through the cabin yelling about Jesus and al-Qaida. It also will determine whether he's can stand trial.
The first officer landed Flight 191 in Amarillo after locking Osbon out of the cockpit.
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