DOCUMENT: Stupid, Crime

Madwoman In Mask Meltdown At Bagel Shop

Floridian, 61, recorded giving a Karen Masterclass

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Maskless Madwoman

JANUARY 15--A Florida Woman who decided to make an anti-masker stand at an Einstein Bros. bagel shop in Boca Raton was arrested yesterday for trespassing following a recorded confrontation with police that could serve as a Karen Masterclass.

When Cindy Falco DiCorrado, a 61-year-old resident of nearby Boynton Beach, refused to wear a mask upon entering Einstein Bros. around 11 AM, a store manager called cops.

While waiting for Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputies to arrive, DiCorrado declared, “I’m an American and I’m allowed to breathe. And it’s against my religion. And it’s against the amendment.” As she referenced purported legal citations proving that it was illegal to require masks inside a private business, an onlooker asked her, “Shouldn’t you be storming the Capitol?”

As seen in the above videos, a deputy calmly tried to convince DiCorrado to leave the shop, but she told him, “You need to read the Constitution!” and “Get you hands off of me.” She also claimed that the cop was “kidnapping” her when he grasped her wrist.

When a second patrolman arrived at Einstein Bros., the cops lifted DiCorrado from a table and escorted her from the shop. Upon reaching a police cruiser, the deputies sought to handcuff DiCorrado, who then began struggling with the cops as she let out a series of screams.

“I am not under arrest, leave me alone,” DiCorrado yelled. She then twice screamed, “I can’t breathe,” though her face was uncovered and she was not being choked.

With her hands cuffed, DiCorrado leaned over the car’s hood and chanted, “In the name of Jesus. In the name of Jesus. I come against these principalities and powers...this abuse, this abuse.”

When DiCorrado demanded to know why she was arrested, a cop replied that she had been trespassing. “You can’t trespass in a public business. They rent the property,” she said.

Charged with trespassing and resisting arrest without violence, DiCorrado was booked into the Palm Beach County jail, from which she was released this afternoon after posting $2000 bond. DiCorrado, who has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor counts, has been ordered by a judge to stay away from Einstein Bros. and have no contact with the eatery’s manager.

DiCorrado, who is a registered Republican, was arrested last May for trespassing and resisting at a West Palm Beach restaurant where two of her friends had been arrested a day earlier (apparently as part of a mask protest). DiCorrado told cops she was on the property because her friends “wanted to hold signs to the public.”

When a deputy took hold of DiCorrado’s wrist, “she began to pull away and immediately ran east into oncoming traffic,” according to an arrest affidavit. She was subsequently “directed to the ground” by an officer and handcuffed.

DiCorrado, pictured in the above mug shots, has pleaded not guilty to the 2020 charges.

DiCorrado, once wearing a “Trump Girl” t-shirt, has twice testified against mask mandates at public hearings held by Palm Beach’s Board of County Commissioners. DiCorrado--who was identified as “Cindy Garcia” at one meeting--referred to the COVID-19 crisis as a “Plandemic” and claimed that public officials were trying to scare “certain masses and ethnicities” like “our Latinos and our darker shades of brown skin.” DiCorrado described herself as a “minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” (2 pages)