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New York City authorities detained a man suspected of an attack on a Brooklyn metro stop Tuesday that left 29 people injured, 10 from direct gunfire. Frank James, 62, allegedly opened fire and tossed a pair of smoke grenades aboard a train after it departed from a station in the Sunset Park neighborhood.

While officials have not disclosed a motive as of this writing, multiple social media posts from James, who is Black, have emerged containing violent rants and broadly racist and antigovernment content. James, who lists residences in Wisconsin and Philadelphia, was captured after being spotted by bystanders in the East Village yesterday. James will be charged under terrorism statutes—though it is believed he was not connected to larger terror organizations. 

See photos from the scene here (warning—sensitive content).