The New York Daily News reports:
The man accused of spraying 33 shots on a crowded N train last month pleaded not guilty Friday to federal terrorism charges. Frank James, 62, appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court Friday in a khaki jail jumpsuit, telling a judge he was doing “pretty good.”
After asking James questions about his educational background, Brooklyn Federal Court Judge William Kuntz determined that he was “competent” to proceed in the case. The Bronx-born shooter faces life in prison if convicted. He is being held at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center without bail.
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Frank James, the man accused of spraying 33 shots on crowded N train pleads not guilty to federal terrorism charges after appearing in court in khaki jail jumpsuit and telling judge he was doing ‘pretty good’https://t.co/GtDJ02X4x7
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