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Frank James, the public-safety troll accused of shooting up a New York City subway before leading police on a 30-hour manhunt last month that ended when he called the cops on himself, pleaded not guilty on Friday.
James, 62, has been indicted on two counts, including a federal terrorism against a mass transit system, for a terrifying attack in a subway car in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, on April 12, that injured at least two-dozen people. Authorities say James, who was dressed in an orange reflective jacket and yellow hard hat, let off two smoke bombs and opened fire. He allegedly used a Glock 17 pistol bought in Ohio and struck 10 people on the Manhattan-bound N subway train, one of the worst attacks on public transit in decades. Others were hurt in the ensuing chaos.
Miraculously, no one was killed. During his brief 20-minute arraignment in Brooklyn federal court on Friday, James sat very still at the defense table as Judge William Kuntz asked him if he understood the details of the indictment. Two U.S. court marshals sat behind James, who was wearing a khaki prison jumpsuit and a blue mask below his nose.
at The Daily Beast.
Source:: The Daily Beast
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