The New York Daily News reports:
Frank James, who’s accused of wounding 10 people during a rush hour mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway, is expected to plead guilty in his federal terrorism case, according to a new court filing.
James, 63, who was hit with upgraded charges last week, advised his lawyers “that he wishes to schedule a guilty plea to the superseding indictment,” according to a letter filed Wednesday by his lawyers.
He’s accused of boarding a packed N train on April 12, setting off a smoke bomb and firing a gun 33 times, as the train pulled into the 36th St. station in Sunset Park that morning. Ten people were struck by gunfire. All survived.
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Frank James, accused of shooting and wounding 10 people during a rush hour mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway, will plead guilty in his federal terrorism case
“… he wishes to schedule a guilty plea to the superseding indictment”https://t.co/p5Lyd59LyS
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 21, 2022