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Waukesha Massacre: Killer SUV Driver Is Rapper, Career Criminal Out on Bond

Posted on | November 22, 2021 | Comments Off on Waukesha Massacre: Killer SUV Driver Is Rapper, Career Criminal Out on Bond

Police took their time before naming the “person of interest” who killed five people and injured dozens more when he plowed a red Ford SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, but the identity and criminal record of Darrell Brooks are extensively documented:

The man who was taken into custody in connection with the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy told police that his name was Darrell Brooks Jr. when he was detained, and they found a Ford key on him, according to scanner audio obtained by Heavy.
Police squads were at a Milwaukee address used by Darrell Brooks Jr. after his name was mentioned on the scanner in connection with the Waukesha parade incident in which at least 40 people, including many children, were injured when a red Ford Escape plowed through the crowd. He complained of shoulder pain when taken into custody.
Heavy confirmed that two Milwaukee police squads were outside the home listed to Brooks on N. 19th St. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Heavy also obtained audio from the scanner indicating Waukesha police obtained an ID in the name Darrell Brooks Jr. inside the red Ford Escape they recovered in connection with the Waukesha parade investigation. He also goes by the name Darrell E. Brooks Jr., and Darrell Edward Brooks, Jr. He is 39-years-old. He had prolific social media accounts, but some have already been deleted.
The City of Waukesha now says that five people are deceased and over 40 are injured. “However, these numbers may change as we collect additional information. Many people have self-transported to area hospitals. The Police Department has the person of interest in custody,” they wrote, without naming that person. . . .
Darrell Brooks Jr. raps under the name MathBoi Fly. He had a YouTube channel with rap music videos, but it’s been deleted. A red SUV could be seen behind him in one of the videos . . .
Brooks has an extremely long criminal history including open cases.
Darrell E. Brooks Jr. of 19th Street has open charges filed November 5, 2021, in Milwaukee courts for resisting an officer (misdemeanor), felony bail jumping, second degree recklessly endangering safety (felony) with domestic abuse assessments, disorderly conduct and battery (both misdemeanors, also with domestic abuse assessments.)
He posted $1,000 cash bail on November 19, 2021.
That’s despite the fact he has another open felony case in Milwaukee County, from 2020.
That case is for second-degree recklessly endangering safety – felony with use of a dangerous weapon (two counts) and possessing firearm convicted of a felony (felony charge.) The case was filed in July 2020, but it remains pending. Milwaukee County courts is dealing with a major backlog in cases.

Just to interrupt here: Felon in possession of a firearm is a very serious crime, and the fact that he was turned loose on bail in such a case speaks volumes about the leniency — and disregard for public safety — in the criminal justice system. To continue:

In the above case, hearings were repeatedly adjourned. He requested a speedy trial, but the court tolled the time limits for that (this has occurred recently because of a two-year backlog, the chief judge has said, which she has attributed to COVID. The backlog also persists with jury trials, she said.)
In February 2021, with Judge David Feiss presiding, the court lowered his bail to $500, noting, “Due to reasons stated on the record, the court is unable to honor the speedy trial demand in this case. Defense bail motion argued and GRANTED by the Court. The Court lowered cash bail to $500.00.”
In June 2021, the court notes say, “Matter scheduled for Jury Trial. Parties are ready to proceed. Due to court congestion, Court is unable to hear jury trial at this time.”
The case continued, with some plea negotiations. “JusticePoint PreTrial Services Supervision/VIOLATION Report dated November 10, 2021; received and filed,” says a recent entry. There was a “further proceedings” on November 11, the last date.
He has these prior convictions:
Bail jumping (misdemeanor) and marijuana possession (misdemeanor).
Marijuana possession second plus offense (felony). 2011.
Obstruct an officer (misdemeanor). 2005 and 2003.
Marijuana possession (felony). 2002.
Substantial battery (felony). 1999.

Those are just his convictions in Wisconsin, however:

Darrell Edward Brooks, 39, who is accused of plowing into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, was convicted of statutory sexual seduction in November of 2006.
Brooks was convicted of this crime in Sparks, Nevada.
He is a tier 2 offender, the second most serious class of sex offenders in the Nevada Sex Offender Registry.
Tier 2 offenders are registered for 25 years and have to personally check in with police once every 180 days.

In a video posted to social media, Brooks denied being a pedophile, saying that the incident involved the mother of one of his children. Brooks said he was “pimping on the bitch” in Nevada, but he “didn’t know the bitch was 16.” Can you imagine the cultural standards of a “community” in which this is considered an acceptable explanation? But what about a community that turns such criminal loose?

The shamefaced Milwaukee District Attorney’s Office admitted on Monday it was ‘inappropriate’ for convicted felon Darrell Brooks to be allowed out of jail on a $1,000 bond three weeks ago after trying to run over his ex-girlfriend, as he was charged with five counts of murder for the lives he took at the Waukesha Christmas Parade on Sunday night. . . .
On Sunday he was fleeing the scene of a domestic dispute when he crashed into the crowds after smashing through safety barriers and breezing past cops. One officer tried to stop him by shooting at his car but he stopped because there were too many people around for him to safely fire his weapon.
Police had just arrived at the home that Brooks had fled when he plowed into the parade crowds, killing five adults. . . . The Waukesha Police Department have now arrested Brooks on five murder charges.
On November 2, he was arrested on domestic violence charges after trying to ‘run over’ his ex, the mother of his child, at a gas station. His bond was set at $1,000 and he posted it on November 11th.
On Monday morning, the Milwaukee County DA’s Office released a statement admitting it was ‘inappropriately low’ given his criminal history. They said they’d launched an internal review as to why he was able to get out on bond to commit more crimes. . . .
‘The bail recommendation in this case is not consistent with the approach of the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office toward matters involving violent crime, nor was it consistent with the risk assessment of the defendant prior to setting of bail.
‘This office is currently conducting an internal review of the decision to make the recent bail recommendation in this matter in order to determine the appropriate next steps,’ the statement said.

This is CYA bullshit. The district attorney in Milwaukee is a Soros-funded radical who bragged about eliminated cash bail. This is now the official policy of the Democratic Party — because cash bail allegedly has a “disparate impact” on the black community, criminals are turned loose and this policy is celebrated as “social justice.” Until one of the criminals runs over four or five dozen people, and then the DA’s official will issue a statement announcing an “internal review.”

And if you don’t like it, that makes you a white supremacist, and next thing you know, the FBI will be knocking on your door. This is Joe Biden’s America. This is what happens when you elect Democrats.

How many of the people who got run over by Darrell Brooks voted for Joe Biden? Do you think the survivors might regret their votes?



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