Waukesha Parade Mass Killer Darrell Brooks Pleads Not Guilty After Being Caught On Video Intentionally Ramming Car Through Christmas Parade Full of Children

Waukesha Parade Mass Killer Darrell Brooks Pleads Not Guilty After Being Caught On Video Intentionally Ramming Car Through Christmas Parade Full of Children

Six innocents died following the horrific attack by the anti-Trump Black Lives Matter supporter during the annual Waukesha Christmas Parade last November.

Witnesses said that as the vehicle barrelled through the parade it picked up speed.

** 18 Children were injured and sent to hospitals in the demonic attack.
** 62 individuals were injured in total
** 6 died including a child

8-year-old Jackson Sparks died in the hospital two days after the attack when the BLM driver ran over him and dozens of others at the Christmas parade.
Jackson’s brother, Tucker Sparks, 12, continues to heal.

Following the attack several fake news channels ran with the “report” that the killer missed his turn and “accidentally” barreled down the street. Other channels reported the killer was being chased by police when he ran over 60+ innocents.

Of course, this was all liberal media BS.

Independent journalists at Bevo Fox simulated Darrell Brooks’s drive through the Waukesha Parade along with actual footage of his devilish attack on children and seniors.

This is a brilliant video and proves the Waukesha killer was on a mission to murder as many innocents as was possible.

Brooks had used his vehicle in an attempt to run over his girlfriend days before the attack. A Wisconsin judge let him back on the street with a $1,000 bond.

On Friday Darrell Brooks pleaded not guilty in the 77 charges against him including six charges of intentional homicide.

FOX News reported:

Waukesha Christmas parade suspect Darrell Brooks pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Friday to more than 77 counts for allegedly plowing his SUV into revelers last year, killing six and injuring dozens.

Brooks, 39, wore a surgical mask and a red jumpsuit during the two-minute proceeding in Waukesha County Circuit Court. He sported a shaved head and his wrists were handcuffed in front of him, as he chatted with defense lawyer Anna Kees and flipped through papers at the defense table.

His attorneys, Kees and Jeremy Perri, entered a not-guilty plea on his behalf and Commissioner Kevin Costello set his next court date for March 11 before Judge Jennifer Dorow.

The defense filed a motion Thursday requesting a change of venue due to the extensive local publicity the case has received and the large number of people in the community affected by the alleged crime. It’s unclear when the motion will be decided.

Brooks faces six counts of intentional homicide and other charges for the carnage that unfolded Nov. 21 after officers received a report of a fight in a nearby park that they later learned was between Brooks and his ex-girlfriend.


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