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Brooklyn Subway Shooter and Black Supremacist Frank James Charged with Federal Terrorism Offense

No prominent, media salivating shootings for months then all of a sudden multiple mass shootings and coordinated effort launch the next round of gun control narrative. This one is a bit different though. Set up for red flag laws with a trove of racial division.

>Frank James was also previously on the FBI terrorist radar until 2019. Then they stopped watching him.

Anonymous 04/13/22 (Wed) 16:48:37 5ab211 (6) No.16069618


Anonymous 04/13/22 (Wed) 17:47:27 663a78 (7) No.16070078

Donald Trump Jr.


Why do the security cameras never seem to work when the reality of the crime isn’t good for the leftist narrative???

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Anonymous 04/13/22 (Wed) 16:51:11 78851d (10) No.16069627

Gun Used in Brooklyn Subway Attack Was Purchased Legally The gun used to shoot 10 people in New York City on April 12 was purchased legally, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). ATF investigators were able to find records that showed Frank James purchased the firearm from a federal firearms licensee in Ohio in 2011, John DeVito, an ATF official, told reporters during a briefing on Wednesday. “Essentially, we tied that gun utilized the shooting to our target, and now we have our target in custody,” DeVito said after James was arrested. In a court filing, FBI special agent Jorge Alvarez said the Glock 17 pistol was “was lawfully purchased in Ohio” by James, citing ATF records. The semi-automatic gun was manufactured in Austria and marks on the serial number “appear to reflect that an attempt was made to deface the serial number,” Alvarez wrote. The timeline on the gun spans 16 years and five states, according to DeVito. James Essig, an NYPD official, told reporters during a briefing that James has ties to Ohio, New Jersey, and New York in addition to Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. He was arrested in New York nine times between 1992 and 1998, including for possession of burglary tools, a criminal sex act, criminal tampering, and theft. Another three arrests took place in New Jersey, once in 1991, once in 1992, and once in 2007. The arrests were for trespass, larceny, and disorderly conduct. The lack of a felony conviction enabled James to buy a gun legally, Essig said.


Anonymous 04/13/22 (Wed) 16:36:22 bc26dc (9) No.16069550

Frank James was also previously on the FBI terrorist radar until 2019. Then they stopped watching him.


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