What are the odds of surveillance cameras not working in the exact area of the subway where the alleged shooter, Frank Robert James (gotta love the three names), committed his crimes? Funny how that all works out, isn’t it? This is why we distrust everything these days.
None of the surveillance cameras inside the 36th Street subway station were working at the time of Tuesday’s shooting, a police official told ABC News. The cameras, which are aimed at the turnstiles, didn’t transmit in real-time due to a glitch computer malfunction, a source said. The same glitch impacted cameras at the stops before and after 36th Street. Investigators said they are looking into how this malfunction happened.NYC subway shooting updates: Suspect in custody, charged with terror-related offenses – ABC News (go.com)