Accused NY subway shooter expected to plead not guilty on terrorism, weapons charges

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By Luc Cohen NEW YORK (Reuters) – A man charged with last month’s mass shooting in a New York subway, one of the most violent attacks in the history of the city’s transit system, is expected to enter a not guilty plea in Brooklyn federal court on Friday. Frank James, 62, is scheduled to be arraigned at noon on charges related to the April 12 gunfire and smoke bomb attack that injured 23 people. His lawyer, Mia Eisner-Grynberg from the Federal Defenders of New York, did not respond to requests for comment. Police said 10 people were shot in the attack, which unfolded as a Manhattan-bound N trai…

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