The 62-year-old suspect who sprayed g 33 shots on a crowded N train last month has pleaded not guilty to his terrorism charges.
Wearing a khaki jumpsuit, Frank James entered a not guilty to his scheduled arraignment on Friday at a Brooklyn Court.
James was earlier indicted for boarding a 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.
Based on court records, 10 passengers were shot, but no one died.
The accused is facing charges of committing a terrorist attack on a mass transit system and discharging a firearm during a crime of violence.
If found guilty, the Bronx-born shooter faces life in prison if convicted.
James is being held at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center without bail.
He is set to be back in court on July 25.