Lesandro ‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz: Video apparently catches employees kicking bloodied teen out store moments after machete stabbing

Emerging surveillance footage reportedly shows slain Bronx teen Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz hiding in a bodega while another video catches store employees showing the wounded 15-year-old the door moments after he’s stabbed.

The New York Post reported that the first video shows Guzman-Feliz entering Zesarina Grocery Store and attempting to hide behind the counter. After a brief struggle with the clerk, the teen manages to get behind the counter as three men are seen entering the store and passing the counter before they exit the frame.

The second surveillance video apparently captures Guzman-Feliz seconds after a group of men repeatedly stabbed him outside the bodega. The bloodied 15-year-old is seen re-entering the store and collapsing on the counter. Instead of getting him help, video shows the clerk and another person pointing the disoriented teen to the door.

Guzman-Feliz is then seen exiting the store—leaving pools of blood behind him.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Guzman-Feliz attempted to run two blocks away to St. Barnabas Hospital as he bled to death. Footage capturing his last moments shows him sprawled out on a sidewalk as he dies.

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Authorities believe the suspects were members of the Trinitarios gang and had killed the teen in a case of mistaken identity. Reports indicated that the men thought they were punishing the person who was caught on a sex tape involving a teen girl.

According to Newsweek, police revealed this week that at least seven people are in custody in connection with Wednesday’s fatal stabbing.

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