BROOKLYN SUBWAY SHOOTING SUSPECT TAKEN INTO CUSTODY … Facing Life In Prison
Written by torresanz on April 13, 2022
As you know, upwards of 30 people were treated for injuries Tuesday after the bloody aftermath in Brooklyn. There were also reports of smoke inhalation … as the shooter appears to have used a flashbang of some kind to obscure people’s vision.
Zack Dahnan, the 21-year old security camera installer who first spotted the suspected subway shooter in the East Village, is holding an impromptu press conference on 1st Avenue. He says news of the presser left him unable to sleep. pic.twitter.com/5j3DrFqnMx
— Jake Offenhartz (@jangelooff) April 13, 2022
A man named Zack Tahhan, who was working in the area where James was caught, says he recognized the suspect from news reports and called the cops … who made the arrest.
— NY Actions (@NY_ACTIONS) April 13, 2022
Fortunately, no fatalities yet, and none are expected. NYC Mayor Adams called for a national response to gun violence as a result of the shooting. He also said there’d be changes on the city level — including more officers in the subway.