NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — A Brooklyn man charged with killing four people and wounding four others during a 28-hour rampage was arraigned Wednesday in a subway stabbing that authorities said came moments before his arrest.

Maksim Gelman said nothing and did not enter a plea as he was arraigned on attempted murder and assault charges.

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The hearing was conducted through a video link from Bellevue Hospital, where he is being held. It was limited to allegations that the 23-year-old sliced subway passenger Joseph Lozito with a knife at Times Square shortly before police wrestled Gelman to the ground Feb. 12.

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Gelman’s lawyer did not comment.

Gelman was already being held without bail on murder and other charges.

Gelman has told reporters both that the case was a “setup” and that his mind sometimes “isn’t right.”

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