The New York subway shooting suspect was indicted Saturday on several charges including terrorism.
The indictment, which was initiated in Brooklyn federal court Friday; also accuses James of firing a gun during a violent crime. If convicted of that count, James faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum of life. Additionally his assets, including a 9 mm Glock pistol seized in Brooklyn will be confiscated by the government.
James, 62, is accused of opening fire on a crowded rush-hour train in Sunset Park April 12, shooting 10 people.
Finally, the suspects case was assigned to Judge William Kuntz and no date has been set for James’ arraignment.