Frank James, 62, was arraigned in a Brooklyn federal court on Friday.
Frank James, the man accused of opening fire on a Brooklyn subway train last month, wounding 10 people, pleaded not guilty Friday in federal court to a two-count indictment that includes a federal terrorism charge.
James, 62, was arraigned in Brooklyn federal court Friday afternoon after a federal grand jury indicted him earlier this month on charges in connection with the mass shooting.
When asked by Judge William Kuntz how he was doing, James replied, “Pretty good.”
Kuntz continued a detention order imposed after James’ arrest but declined to issue a permanent order of detention until the next court date on July 25.
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