Brooklyn Subway Mass Shooting Suspect Frank James Arrested in Manhattan

Chris Menahan
Apr. 13, 2022

Black nationalist Frank James, 62, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon in Manhattan's East Village after being identified as the lead suspect behind the Brooklyn subway mass shooting.

James "called police himself" and "gave his location" before being arrested, law enforcement officials told the AP.

"The Brooklyn US Attorney said today that the subway shooting suspect will be charged in federal court," CNN reports.
Breon Peace, US attorney for the Eastern District of New York, said that Frank James will face multiple counts, including the use of a dangerous weapon to cause death and serious injury to passengers and employees on the New York subway system.

He will face a sentence of up to life imprisonment if convicted, Peace said.
Frank's social media history was littered with anti-white hate and black nationalism.

James was placed on an FBI watchlist but was cleared in 2019.

Had the FBI simply monitored his endless threats posted publicly all over social media, this shooting almost certainly could have been avoided.

Instead, the FBI has chosen to focus exclusively on going after "white extremists," Jan 6 protesters and the DC regime's political opposition.

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