CHICAGO (WLS) -- The man accused of opening fire on a New York City Subway train wants his trial moved to Chicago.
Lawyers for Frank James argue the non-stop media coverage and Mayor Eric Adams saying repeatedly that police "got him" makes it impossible to find impartial jurors in New York.
Ten passengers were shot in the April attack. All of them survived.
The ABC7 I-Team reported that James lived in Chicago starting in 2015 and spent two years in a single-room occupancy hotel in Uptown.