Protester questions NYC after threatening to burn Diamond District

A protester in New York who described himself as “Ace Burns”, live interview He said he plans to fire in Diamond District of Manhattan at Fox News.

He was stopped for an interview with the camera outside of Barclays Center on Saturday when demonstrations began about the killing of Adam George Floyd by the police.

“Thanks to Trump, gasoline is very cheap,” said Fox News reporter Jacqui Heinrich.

“Today, I’m doing a show at 6pm from Barclay’s Center. We go to the Town Hall and this is the first stop – and we hope [Mayor] De Blasio and [Gov.] Cuomo go out and talk to us and give the youth a direction. ”

“But if they don’t, then [the] The next stop is Diamond Zone. ” He spoke of a block known for jewelry shops on Manhattan’s 47th Street. “And thanks to Trump, gasoline is very cheap. So we give them the chance to do the right thing right now. “

The NYPD was announced shortly after 21 o’clock. on Twitter that the man was taken for questioning. The investigation is ongoing and no charges have been made, the police said.

“Earlier this night, a man wearing this mask threatened to burn the diamond region of Manhattan in a live @FoxNews interview,” said the tweet. “We identified the man in a few hours and started to interview.”

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