New York Subway Shooting Suspect Indicted On Several Charges


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.

New York Subway Shooting victims

Finally, the suspects case was assigned to Judge William Kuntz and no date has been set for James’ arraignment.

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