Suspect Arrested For Killing Burger King Cashier Has Racial Demands

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After his arrest for fatally shooting a female cashier at a Burger King in Harlem, the suspect was given a chance to address the public. Unbelievably, he took the opportunity to announce his bizarre racial demands.

After 19-year-old Kristal Bayron-Nieves was gunned down in cold blood, her alleged killer came up with his demands for society. (Photo Credit: Facebook)

Police say that 30-year-old Winston Glynn entered a Burger King in East Harlem shortly before closing and pistol-whipped the manager in the face, knocking out several teeth. He then pointed his firearm at 19-year-old Kristal Bayron-Nieves, who was also working behind the counter, the Daily News reported. The thief demanded money, and the young woman immediately handed him $100 from the cash register.

Dissatisfied with the amount, Glynn ordered Bayron-Nieves to open another register. When she tried to open it but couldn’t because it required a key she didn’t have, Glynn allegedly pulled the trigger, killing her. He then fled to the subway, changing into a different set of clothing he had brought with him.

“We often hear the term a senseless murder,” NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey said. “That is not a cliché in this case. There was no reason to shoot this young woman. Money had been handed over. She was trying to comply with the gunman’s demands. She was killed for no apparent reason.”

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Career criminal Winston Glynn, 30, was arrested for fatally shooting the teen girl while she worked the overnight shift at a Burger King in East Harlem. (Photo Credit: Instagram)

New York police ultimately identified the suspect as Winston Glynn, who had previously worked at the same Burger King months earlier. He also had four prior arrests for weapons possession, menacing with a knife, assault, and criminal mischief. During his recent arrest for the young woman’s death, he appeared utterly remorseless.

“When you see the video and think of this terrible incident — a senseless, brutal killing of a teenager who was doing the right thing, working on a Saturday night at 12:30 and had her life cut short — makes your blood boil and shocks the senses,” the head detective said.

As detectives led Glynn to a car just outside the 25th Precinct stationhouse, he seized the opportunity to address the crowd that had gathered. Oddly, he not only berated bystanders but made a bizarre demand for slavery reparations.

“You know they charged me for something they do every day?” Glynn yelled back at the crowd. “Where’s our reparations for 400 years of f—ing slavery? F— you all! America is gonna burn!”

Glynn seemed to suggest that he is owed money for the historic slavery of African-Americans. He also insisted that his actions will undoubtedly spark a race war, which seemed to be his goal.

“You wanna start a war?” Glynn repeatedly yelled at his hecklers.

The crowd, which consisted largely of black and Hispanic Harlemites shouted back at Glynn, calling him a “piece of s—,” “f—ing scumbag,” and “basura,” which is Spanish for “trash.” The more the crowd pushed back, the angrier Glynn became, his voice cracking as if he were about to cry. As the scene heated up, detectives finally forced Glynn into the back of the unmarked car and sped away.

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Winston Glynn demanded “reparations” for the historic slavery of African-Americans. (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

Kristal Bayron-Nieves was shot in cold blood as she crouched down, desperately trying to open a money box to appease her killer. The teen had been reluctantly working late in an attempt to get off the overnight schedule. Her family says she was scared to work so late, especially since dozens of homeless individuals had taken up residence just outside of the business.

Winston Glynn expressed no remorse over the tragic and senseless death of a young woman who was just starting her life. Instead, he has taken the opportunity to insult those angry over the murder and insist that he is entitled to reparations for the wrongs of people over a century ago. The justice system should have just as much mercy on him as he had on his innocent victim.