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Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks wrote anti-Trump rap and declared ‘f*** the pigs’ before rampage


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THE suspect in the Christmas parade rampage that killed five revelers wrote an anti-Donald Trump rap and declared "f*** the pigs", according to songs posted online.


Aspiring rapper Darrell Brooks, 39, who performs under the name MathBoi Fly, also shared songs about killing on his YouTube channel and SoundCloud pages.

Brooks is facing five charges of intentional homicide, Waukesha’s police chief confirmed on Monday.


One of his songs includes the lyrics: "They gonna need a cleaner for the s*** we did, all my killers Gacey where them bodies hid."


Another song from his SoundCloud page says: "Sliding through the city with no safety on."


Other lyrics include "f*** Donald Trump" and "f*** the pigs."


He also posted a video on one of his Twitter accounts ranting about a speech made by then-President Barack Obama, which he called "a crock of b******."


And he raps about AK-47s, lyrics show, with a playlist on his now removed YouTube channel including the song Gon Kill U.

It was also reported that Brooks posted on social media after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of murder over the death of three people in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer.


Rittenhouse broke down in tears on Friday as he was cleared of five criminal charges after a dramatic trial.


Brooks posted that he was "not surprised" by the outcome of the case though police have so far not said if the rampage had anything to do with the verdict.


In one of his music videos the rapper also uses an SUV that appears to the one that mowed down people in Waukesha.


Brooks had fled a domestic dispute moments before the horror crash and had been bailed just days before the frenzied attack, police said on Monday.


That came after court documents obtained by The Sun revealed Brooks was accused of running over the mother of his child in early November before making bail.

Additional court records show Brooks was facing a number of criminal charges in the run up the rampage.


In one case, filed November 5, he was charged with resisting or obstructing an officer, reckless homicide, disorderly conduct, bail jumping and battery.


He was ordered to not have any contact with a female victim and records show $1,000 bond was posted on Friday.


In another case, filed in July 2020, Brooks is charged with reckless endangering and illegal possession of a firearm.


That came after a fight with his nephew in which his relative said Brooks “walked into the front yard with a gun and fired one shot at them,” The Daily Beast reports.


In the more recent one, a woman -believed to be the mother of one of his children - told police that Brooks deliberately ran her over with his vehicle in a gas station parking lot after a fight. She was hospitalized for her injuries.


An arrest warrant for the November 2 incident obtained by The Sun says he punched the mother of one of his children "with a closed fist".


The woman was left bloodied with tire marks on her clothing and a swollen lip, according to reports.


Court documents show officers "observed her to have swelling to her lip and dry blood on her face."


"Officers observed tire tracks on her left pants leg," the report adds.

Brooks is said to have a long criminal history, with 15 arrests since 1999 in Wisconsin alone.


Charges include possession of drugs, strangulation and suffocation and battery.


In Nevada records show he is listed as a sex offender after he was charged with having sex with a minor.


Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office said in a statement on Sunday: "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."


Cops opened fire Sunday after an SUV plowed through a barrier and sped off after the horror incident.


Officers later swooped at an address in Milwaukee where the SUV was pictured.


The front of the vehicle was crumpled right up to the windscreen with the bumper and license plate hanging off.


In a video on Brook's YouTube channel, the same car that plowed into the parade appears to be used.


The first three letters on the license plate ADP and the vehicle's description are the same as reportedly heard on the police scanner.

Families and performers were celebrating an annual holiday event when the horror unfolded.


Waukesha residents had gathered to celebrate the city's 58th annual Christmas parade, according to a post on their chamber of commerce's website.


Officers identified the five victims of the rampage as Virginia Sorenson, 79, LeAnna Owen, 71, Tamara Durand, 52, Jane Kulich, 52, and 81-year-old Wilhelm Hospel, during a press conference on Monday afternoon.


A total of 48 people were injured, including 18 children.


Police said the incident was not terror related and added that there was no pursuit in the moments before the rampage.


Members of the “Dancing Grannies” club were among those killed, as was an employee of Citizens Bank.


At least nine patients — most of them children — were listed in critical condition Monday at two hospitals, and seven others were reported in serious condition.



 
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Child is 6th death in Waukesha parade crash; suspect charged


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Prosecutors in Wisconsin on Tuesday charged a man with intentional homicide in the deaths of five people who were killed when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade that also left 62 people injured, including many children.

Prosecutors said a sixth person, a child, has died and more charges are pending.

Darrell Brooks Jr. was charged with five counts of intentional homicide in the crash Sunday in Waukesha, a Milwaukee suburb. Conviction on first-degree intentional homicide carries a mandatory life sentence, Wisconsin’s stiffest penalty.


An 8-year-old boy, Jackson Sparks, died on Tuesday, according to his GoFundMe page. He was walking in the parade along with his brother, who is still hospitalized. The other five people who were killed were adults.

“This afternoon, our dear Jackson has sadly succumbed to his injuries and passed away,” the page’s organizer, Alyssa Albro, wrote.

Brooks made his initial appearance in court Tuesday. He could be heard crying during the proceeding, leaning over with his head nearly in his lap, with his attorney resting a hand on his back.

The city’s livestream video and bystander video captured the chaotic scene when an SUV sped along the parade route and then into the crowd. Several of those injured remain in critical condition.

According to the criminal complaint, witnesses told police that the vehicle “appeared to be intentionally moving side to side,” with no attempt to slow down or stop as it struck multiple people and sent bodies and objects flying.


Brooks ignored several attempts to stop him, according to the criminal complaint.

A detective — wearing police insignia and a neon orange safety vest — stepped in front of Brooks’ vehicle and pounded on the hood, shouting “Stop,” several times but Brooks drove past him, according to the complaint.

A uniformed police officer who saw Brooks’ SUV traveling toward the parade route also tried to get his attention, yelling “Stop, stop the vehicle” several times but was ignored, according to the complaint. Brooks braked at one point, but instead of turning away from the parade route, he turned into the crowd and appeared to rapidly accelerate, the complaint said.

Another police officer shot at the vehicle, striking it three times as it entered the parade route.

Brooks had been free on $1,000 bail for a case in Milwaukee County earlier in November in which he’s accused of intentionally striking a woman with his car. Prosecutors said they’re investigating their bail recommendation in that case, calling it inappropriately low.

Cash bail on the latest charges is set at $5 million, and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 14 at 9:15 a.m.

Waukesha Police Chief Dan Thompson said Brooks, 39, was leaving the scene of a domestic dispute that had taken place just minutes earlier when he drove into the parade route.

“We have a gentleman that has a huge background, via multiple states,” said Waukesha Court Commissioner Kevin Costello.

Brooks has been charged with crimes more than a dozen times since 1999 and had two outstanding cases against him at the time of the parade disaster. That included resisting or obstructing an officer, reckless endangering, disorderly conduct, bail jumping and battery for the Nov. 2 incident.

Some Republicans were quick to jump on the case as an example of a broken legal system.

Republican Rebecca Kleefisch, a former Wisconsin lieutenant governor who is running for governor in 2022, called the killings “yet another avoidable tragedy that occurred because a violent career criminal was allowed to walk free and terrorize our community.”

And Republican state Rep. Cindi Duchow said she was reintroducing a constitutional amendment that would change the bail process in Wisconsin to allow judges to consider a defendant’s danger to the community when setting bail. Judges currently are only allowed to consider the possibility that defendants might not show up for a court appearance when setting bail.

“He tried to run over his girlfriend with his car — that’s attempted murder,” Duchow said. “If you’re a danger to society, you should have to work hard to get out.”

Thompson, the police chief, said that there was no evidence the bloodshed Sunday was a terrorist attack or that Brooks knew anyone in the parade. Brooks acted alone, the chief said.

NBC News published doorbell camera footage that appeared to capture Brooks’ arrest. It showed Brooks, shivering in just a T-shirt, knocking on a homeowner’s door and asking for help calling for a ride. Moments later, police surrounded the house and shouted, “Hands up!” Brooks, standing on the porch, held up his hands and said, “Whoa whoa whoa!”

Hundreds gathered at a downtown park Monday night in Waukesha, Wisconsin, for a candlelight vigil in honor of those lost and hurt. A pair of clergy solemnly read the names of those who died. Volunteers handed out sandwiches, hot chocolate and candles at the vigil, which was attended by interfaith leaders and elected officials.

“We are parents. We are neighbors. We are hurting. We are angry. We are sad. We are confused. We are thankful. We are all in this together. We are Waukesha Strong,” said a tearful Amanda Medina Roddy with the Waukesha school district.

Mayor Shawn Reilly described the parade as a “Norman Rockwell-type” event that “became a nightmare.”
 

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The undersigned, of the Waukesha City Police Department being first duly sworn on oath, upon information and belief, states that:

Count 1: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE

The above-named defendant on or about Sunday, November 21, 2021, on Main Street, in the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, did cause the death of VICTIM A, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a) Wis. Stats., a Class A Felony, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.

Count 2: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE

The above-named defendant on or about Sunday, November 21, 2021, on Main Street, in the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, did cause the death of VICTIM B, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a) Wis. Stats., a Class A Felony, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.

Count 3: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE

The above-named defendant on or about Sunday, November 21, 2021, on Main Street, in the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, did cause the death of VICTIM C, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a) Wis. Stats., a Class A Felony, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.

Count 4: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE

The above-named defendant on or about Sunday, November 21, 2021, on Main Street, in the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, did cause the death of VICTIM D, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a) Wis. Stats., a Class A Felony, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.

Count 5: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE

The above-named defendant on or about Sunday, November 21, 2021, on Main Street, in the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, did cause the death of VICTIM E, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a) Wis. Stats., a Class A Felony, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.

PROBABLE CAUSE:

And prays that the defendant be dealt with according to law; that the basis for complainant’s charge of such offense is: Based upon information from various law enforcement officers with the City of Waukesha Police Department, believed to be truthful and reliable in this instance.

On November 21, 2021, Detective Casey was working traffic control for the annual Waukesha Christmas Parade, which was being held in the downtown area of the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. He was assigned to traffic control at the intersection of White Rock Avenue and East Main Street. The staging area for the parade participants was on White Rock Avenue from Perkins Avenue south to East Main Street. There were approximately one hundred entries in the parade, with hundreds of participants, and thousands of people watching the parade. The parade had already started and there were numerous people, vehicles, and floats already on the parade route on East Main Street.

At approximately 4:35 p.m., Detective Casey heard via the Waukesha police radio that a reserve officer was informed by a citizen that two people were fighting in the area of White Rock School. Squads were sent to that area to further investigate. A few minutes later, Detective Casey heard a horn honking from an area north of his location. Detective Casey went out onto White Rock Avenue to see where the horn sound was coming from. He observed that White Rock Avenue was filled with parade participants, as was East Main Street. He began to see people spreading apart and observed a red Ford Escape driving southbound on White Rock Avenue. He observed people jumping out of the way of the red Ford Escape. As the Ford Escape was at White Rock Avenue and East Main Street, Detective Casey stepped in front of the Ford Escape and pounded on the hood of the vehicle and yelled multiple times, “Stop.” Detective Casey was wearing a shirt with patches on both shoulders that stated, “Waukesha Police”, as well as wearing a black hat with white letters on the front of the hat which stated “Police”. Further, he was wearing a neon orange safety vest that stated “Police” on the front and back of it.

The Ford Escape continued driving and turned westbound on East Main Street. At that time, the vehicle was driving at a slow speed and the vehicle brushed Detective Casey back off of the front of the car, causing him to be positioned down the driver’s side of the vehicle. Detective Casey went to the driver’s side window and pounded on the driver’s side door yelling, “Stop”. Detective Casey subsequently positively identified the driver of the Ford Escape as Darrell E. Brooks, Jr., DOB: 2/21/82, hereinafter referred to as the defendant. The defendant drove past Detective Casey and into the parade procession. Detective Casey chased the vehicle to East Avenue on foot and he observed the vehicle begin to drive faster. Detective Casey broadcast over the radio that the red Ford Escape had entered the parade route and he needed squads to respond in an emergency fashion. A few seconds later, Detective Casey heard on the police radio that the vehicle was striking people and was continuing westbound on East Main Street.

While the defendant was driving westbound on East Main Street, he struck numerous pedestrians, which included both parade participants and spectators located on the side of the street.

Detective Casey later observed three adult victims in the road on East Main Street. These victims were subsequently identified as VICTIM A, VICTIM B AND VICTIM C. All three of these victims had traumatic injuries as a result of being hit by the vehicle the defendant was driving and all three were subsequently pronounced dead. VICTIM D, an adult, was transported to Waukesha Memorial Hospital and she subsequently died as a result of the injuries she sustained as a result of being struck by the defendant’s vehicle. VICTIM E, an adult, was transported to Aurora Summit and he subsequently died as a result of the injuries he sustained as a result of being struck by the defendant’s vehicle.

In addition to the five deceased individuals, as of November 23, 2021, there were also 62 injured victims, children and adults, some of which were reported in critical condition.

Dr. Lynda Biedrzycki and Dr. Amy Sheil of the Waukesha County Medical Examiner’s office have completed external examinations on all of the deceased victims. They have concluded the Cause of Death for Victim A, Victim B, Victim C, Victim D and Victim E was multiple blunt force injuries.

Officer Butryn was assisting with crowd control in the area of East Main Street and North East Avenue. At approximately 4:38 p.m., Officer Butryn heard on his radio that a car was traveling west bound, approaching the parade route. Officer Butryn observed a red Ford Escape traveling westbound on White Rock Avenue, approaching East Main Street. He began walking onto East Main Street, into the parade, in an attempt to get the driver’s attention, stop the vehicle and redirect the vehicle from the parade route. The vehicle turned right onto East Main Street, toward Officer Butryn. As the vehicle was traveling westbound on East Main Street, Officer Butryn was standing directly in-line with the vehicle, wearing a full City of Waukesha Police Department uniform. He put his hand up and yelled, “Stop, stop the vehicle” multiple times.

Based upon his training and experience, Officer Butryn estimated the vehicle's speed to be approximately 25 miles per hour. The vehicle was initially sticking to the north side of the road, in the open lane between the parade participants and spectators. Officer Butryn observed the driver looking straight ahead, directly at him, and it appeared he had no emotion on his face.

As the vehicle passed his location, Officer Butryn continually yelled for the vehicle to stop. The vehicle continued traveling westbound on East Main Street, and passed through the intersection of East Main Street and Buckley Street. Office Butryn concluded that if the driver

was lost and attempting to get out of the parade, this would have been a reasonable location for him to stop and exit the parade route. The vehicle continued westbound on East Main Street and was honking its horn. As the vehicle got to approximately Martin Street, it appeared to Officer Butryn that the vehicle began to increase its speed. As the vehicle was traveling westbound, the vehicle began getting closer to parade spectators, and almost struck a small juvenile who was standing in one of the parking stalls on the north side of the road as its speed was increasing.

The vehicle then got to the intersection of East Main Street and NW Barstow Street, and it appeared the brakes were activated. Office Butryn believed the vehicle was going to come to a stop and attempt to make a right hand turn out of the parade route, onto NW Barstow Street. However, the vehicle then appeared to rapidly accelerate, as Officer Butryn heard tires squeal. The vehicle took an abrupt left turn into the crowd of parade participants. At this point, it was clear to Officer Butryn that this was an intentional act to strike and hurt as many people as possible. Officer Butryn continued to run westbound on East Main Street, trailing the vehicle and its path. He observed the vehicle appeared to be intentionally moving side to side, striking multiple people, and bodies and objects were flying from the area of the vehicle. As Officer Butryn got to the area of the Subway restaurant on East Main Street, Officer Butryn began to encounter multiple casualties. Multiple people were pulling at him, saying that they needed assistance with injured parties. Based on the on-going threat of the vehicle and the occupant, Officer Butryn asked those assisting with the casualties as he passed, if they were breathing, and advised them to stay with them and that ambulances were on the way. Officer Butryn continued to chase after the vehicle on foot in order to stop the threat the driver posed.

Detective Casey spoke with Officer Scholten, who indicated he saw the Ford Escape traveling southbound on West Main Street, approaching Wisconsin Avenue, running over people. Officer Scholten shot at the vehicle three times, striking it three times.

Detective Trussoni spoke with multiple citizen witnesses who were present during the parade. One witness indicated, “As I continued to watch the SUV, it continued to drive in a zig zag motion. It was like the SUV was trying to avoid vehicles, not people. There was no attempt made by the vehicle to stop, much less slow down.”

Detective Trussoni spoke with another witness who described the same zig zag driving pattern by the SUV and the witness further indicated, he felt it was “a direct intent to hit as many parade participants.”
Based on the foregoing, the complainant believes this complaint to be true and correct.
 

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Meet the 'progressive' prosecutor who gave Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks 'inappropriately low' bail


The horrific events in Waukesha – which left five dead and dozens injured – have prompted questions about how law enforcement might have failed to protect the Wisconsin town.

In recent days, public attention has shifted to the fact that the suspect who plowed his SUV into a crowd gathered for a Christmas parade on Sunday, Darrell Brooks, was released from jail earlier this month on what Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm called an "inappropriately low" bail amount.

"The state’s bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks," Chisholm’s office said in a statement.

A self-described "progressive," Chisholm has championed left-leaning reforms and previously acknowledged that his proposals could result in a person being let go and committing murder.

Milwaukee County District Attorney John T. Chisholm.


"Is there going to be an individual I divert, or I put into treatment program, who's going to go out and kill somebody?" he reportedly told the Milwaukee Sentinel-Journal in 2007. "You bet. Guaranteed. It's guaranteed to happen. It does not invalidate the overall approach."

The paper reported in 2013 that his "prediction may now have come true" as a man, Jeremiah Schroeder, was charged with first-degree reckless homicide after leaving custody on a deferred prosecution agreement with Chisholm's office. Bob Lutz, whose granddaughter had allegedly overdosed on heroin provided by Schroeder, said: "If (Schroeder) would have been in jail the way he should have been, this would not have happened."

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Following Sunday's parade, Chisholm's office said it would conduct a review of the state's bail recommendation for Brooks -- which it claimed was inconsistent "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."

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Brooks was out on a $1,000 bond after allegedly running over the mother of his child earlier this month.

Republican State Rep. Cindy Duchow reportedly said she would reintroduce a constitutional amendment changing Wisconsin's bail process. "He tried to run over his girlfriend with his car — that’s attempted murder," she said. "If you’re a danger to society, you should have to work hard to get out."

Chisholm's office did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.

On his website, Chisholm's bio touts his purportedly tough stance on crime. "As our District Attorney, John takes a tough stance on violent crime," it reads.

"John has created specialized units targeting witness intimidation, child abuse, and gun-and-drug-related crime. John has hired twenty law enforcement officers to investigate threats against witnesses as well as crimes that cross municipal boundaries in Milwaukee County. John has created a nationally-acclaimed community prosecution program that stations experienced prosecutors in neighborhoods throughout Milwaukee County, where they work with residents, businesses, and nonprofits to combat crime at the ground level."
 

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Black Lives Matter Activist at Scene of Waukesha Massacre: ‘Possible that the Revolution Has Started in Wisconsin’


Milwaukee Black Lives Matter activist Vaun Mayes speculated Sunday that the Christmas parade massacre in Waukesha, Wisconsin, could be a harbinger of “revolution” — then backed off the sentiment days later as more information came out about the case.

“I don’t know. Now we’ll have to wait and see because they do have somebody in custody. We may have to wait and see what they say about why this happened,” Mayes said of the deadly parade incident during Facebook Live stream on Sunday evening (archive here), as lights from first responders’ vehicles flicker on his face. “But it sounds possible that the revolution has started in Wisconsin. It started with this Christmas parade.”


Mayes offers more commentary on what he sees throughout the live stream, watching a local woman give an interview to a news crew and later speaking on camera to the news crew himself. Throughout the stream, however, he stresses he has limited information about the incident.

In a followup stream Tuesday morning, Mayes appeared to walk back any wider political angle to the massacre, captioning the post: “WHY ARE THE CRAZIES SO INVESTED IN THIS BEING AN EXCUSE FOR RACE WAR?”

“I said I wasn’t going to speak on no rumors. You all are repeating some of the stuff that has come up. And I can tell you that the initial person who reached out to me said that they believe that this has to do with the verdict, and so I made an assumption of which side it would be from, but I don’t know,” he added of the Rittenhouse verdict. A Wisconsin jury found Rittenhouse not guilty on Friday in the fatal shooting of two men during riots in Kenosha last August.

On Monday, Waukesha Police Chief Daniel Thompson identified Darrell E. Brooks Jr. as the driver accused of plowing an SUV into the parade, killing five people and injuring 48 others.

“We have information that the suspect prior to the incident was involved in a domestic disturbance, which was just minutes prior, and the suspect left that scene just prior to our arrival to that domestic disturbance,” the chief said.

A police officer fired several shots at Brooks as he drove through the crowd but had to stop due to risk of injury to bystanders, he added.

Police said Brooks faces five counts of first-degree intentional homicide along with possible additional charges, which could be added as the investigation progresses.
 


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