Accused subway shooter Frank James pleads not guilty to terrorism charge
Suspect Frank James is led by police from Ninth Precinct after being arrested for his connection to the mass shooting at the 36th St. subway station on April 13, 2022, in New York City. - Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images North America/TNS

NEW YORK — The man accused of spraying 33 shots on a crowded subway train last month pleaded not guilty Friday to federal terrorism charges. Frank James, 62, appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court Friday in a khaki jail jumpsuit, telling a judge he was doing “pretty good.” James is accused of boarding the rush hour train on April 12, donning a gas mask, setting off a smoke canister and opening fire at terrified passengers as it approached the 36th Street station in Sunset Park. Ten passengers were shot. Amazingly, no one died. James was on the lam in the city for a day before he was arrested near ...