Accused mass shooter Frank James is headed for a trial. On Friday, his arraignment in New York City began just days after he shot up a Brooklyn train station injuring more than 29 people some of them even critically (but it is understood all survived.)
According to reports, James has been arraigned on no bail and is also facing federal terrorism charges for the fact that his acts took place inside of government property.
“The defendant . . . opened fire on passengers on a crowded subway train, interrupting their morning commute in a way this city hasn’t seen in more than 20 years,” Assistant US Attorney Sara Winik said in court.
“The defendant’s attack was premeditated, it was carefully planned and it caused terror among the victims and our entire city,” Winik said as James was ordered held without bail. “Defendant’s mere presence outside of federal custody presidents a serious risk, a danger to the community.”