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Alleged NYC shooter Frank James threatened former boss

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The alleged shooter in the Brooklyn train shooting was captured in New Jersey nearly twenty years prior for compromising his old manager in the wake of getting canned, authorities affirmed.

Frank James, 62 - who was kept subsequent to showing up in government court Thursday on terrorism charges — had more than once called his previous manager in Fairfield, Curtiss-Wright, and promised some kind of savagery over his end, as per the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.

Representative Kathy Carter didn't give information disclosed on those calls however said, “We believe it rose to the level of terroristic threats.”

James, who was living in Irvington, NJ, at that point, was charged in the 1995 occurrence with one count of conveying terroristic threats and was subsequently found guilty of a lesser charge, harassment, Carter said.

James was captured Wednesday in Lower Manhattan in the wake of calling the police on himself — finishing an over 24-hour manhunt for the supposed shooter in the Sunset Park mass shooting that left 10 shot and in excess of twelve others harmed.

The NYPD got James something like multiple times in New York City from 1984 to 1998 on charges going from burglary and possession of burglar tools to criminal sexual acts, cops said.

He additionally had three different cases in New Jersey, however, the subtleties of those cases were not promptly known.

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