Burger King Murder Suspect Demands 'Woke' Justice: 'Where’s Our Reparations'
Winston Glynn charged with cold-blooded killing of 19-year-old Kristal Bayron-Nieves
The suspect charged with the cold-blooded execution of a teenage Burger King employee is demanding "woke" justice in his case.
As 30-year-old suspect Winston Glynn was escorted out of an East Harlem police station by law enforcement officers, he demanded to know where his "reparations" are.
Glynn is accused of murdering 19-year-old Burger King employee Kristal Bayron-Nieves.
During a robbery in the early hours of Sunday morning, Bayron-Nieves handed he suspect the cash who then turned and shot the victim dead on his way out the door, for no apparent reason.
Glynn allegedly stole $100 from the cash register before gunning down the teen.
According to Glynn, however, he believes he's still "owed" more money.
As officers led Glynn out of the police station into a police vehicle, video captured Glynn shouting social justice slogans at reporters and an angry crowd who gathered outside the station.
“Where’s our reparations for four hundred years of f***ing slavery,” Glynn shouted.
The surrounding crowd lambasted Glynn as he was escorted into the police vehicle.
Winston Glynn was arrested by “The Greatest Detectives in the World” for the murder of a 19-year-old girl at a Burger King in East Harlem. DEA members never rest until justice is served.— Detectives' Endowment Association (@NYCPDDEA) January 14, 2022
“Basura,” one onlooker shouted at Glynn, using the Spanish word for “garbage.”
“She gave you the money, man. Why?” asked an individual from the crowd.
“F**k you all,” Glynn yelled back at the crowd.
Then, before officers placed him in the vehicle, Glynn shouted, “America is gonna burn!”
Glynn has been charged with murder, criminal use of a firearm, criminal possession of a weapon, and two counts of robbery.
Glynn reportedly has seven prior arrests in Democrat-controlled New York City but was still free to walk the streets.
Recently sworn-in mayor Eric Adams commended the arresting authorities who “understood that Kristal wasn’t just a number.”
“They operated in a professional manner and brought this killer to justice,” Adams said.
Authorities caught Glynn by matching a belt worn from the crime video to a photo he posted on Instagram.
NEW: NYPD just released this video of the suspect pic.twitter.com/ldnplNxV97— Jessica Cunnington (@jesscunnington) January 9, 2022
Adams made New York City’s increasing crime rate a focal point of his campaign.
“I am so focused on stopping 19-year-old girls from being shot in Burger King,” Adams said at an event in Queens.