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Last Sunday, 30-year-old Winston Glynn walked into a Burger King in East Harlem, New York at 1:00 a.m., armed with a gun. Surveillance footage showed him entering the restaurant, waving his gun at workers behind the counter, pistol-whipping a male customer, and punching a female manager.

As reported by the New York Post, despite nobody resisting Glynn’s demands, he then fatally shot a 19-year-old cashier who had only been working at the restaurant for three weeks.

And now? Glynn is reportedly demanding “reparations.”

According to CNBC, the suspect was seen demanding so-called reparations and ranting about “social justice” as police officers escorted him out of an East Harlem police station.-

SpikeTalon 10 Jan 17

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This death is at the feet of those in power.


I suppose he was quickly released under New York’s no bail release policy?

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