Man Charged in Brutal NYC Murder Demands Reparations, Cites 400 Years of Supposed Slavery
A man charged in the heinous murder of a Harlem, New York murder demanded “reparations” for slavery when he was being taken to court on Friday, angrily lashing out a witnesses before berating a judge during his bond hearing.
“Where’s our reparations for four hundred years of f–king slavery?” asked Winston Glynn.
Slavery didn’t exist in the United States for four hundred years, spanning from the 17th century to the end of the Civil War in 1865.
Glynn is accused of gunning down a 19-year old Burger King employee in a premeditated robbery, in addition to beating a 60-year old manager. Glynn faces first-degree murder charges in the killing of Kristal Bayron-Nieves, who had started working at the Burger King just weeks ago.
Glynn, a Jamaican national who appears to have been homeless at the time of the killing, was denied bond in a New York City court Friday, with a judge citing the ruthlessness of the crime and his bellicosity towards the court.
New York City residents have grown tired of an anarcho-tyrannical crime wave overtaking the city, electing a nominally “moderate” Democrat mayor and former NYPD officer who’s talked tough on criminals and defended the city’s justice system.
Charged Waukesha killer Darrell Brooks shared his anti-white, antisemitic and extremist views on social media, with many alleging he attacked a Christmas parade with ethnic motives that would make the act a hate crime.
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