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Accused Waukesha Christmas Parade Terrorist Has Angry Outburst In Court Room


Darrell Brooks the man accused of killing six people at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin made an angry outburst at his latest court hearing.

Brooks who is a convicted sex offender is being put on trial for allegedly driving his SUV into a Christmas parade and running over six people.

In the outburst, Brooks was quoted saying “You sit up here and act like you know me. People like you, y’all don’t know nothing about where I come from,”.

Brooks would then try to intimidate officers, take a look:

Here’s what the New York Post had to report:

The man accused of killing six people at the Waukesha, Wisconsin Christmas parade last year was escorted out of court Friday after going on a tirade during a pretrial hearing.

Darrell Brooks, 39, went from sleeping at the defense table to yelling at Judge Jennifer Dorow and sheriff’s deputies Friday morning, according to footage published by WISN-TV.

“I don’t care about no livestream. Just like y’all don’t care. All this political,” the man accused of plowing into paradegoers with an SUV last November yammered at Dorow.

“You sit up here and act like you know me. People like you, y’all don’t know nothing about where I come from,” he continued as the judge stood at her bench, arms folded.

Brooks then tussled with a deputy as Dorow asked him to stop interrupting the proceedings, according to the station.

“Don’t push me dog,” he was heard on the footage warning a deputy.

“Don’t push back then. Don’t push back,” the deputy replied.

“Push me again,” the suspect reportedly threatened.

Brooks was held in contempt of court and escorted out of the courtroom, the outlet reported.

Fox News got the scoop too:

Darrell Brooks Jr., the man accused of ramming an SUV into a Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade last year, was escorted out of court Friday following an outburst.

Brooks yelled at Judge Jennifer Dorow and the courtroom gallery, expressing his boredom toward the end of the proceeding Friday, before she denied Brooks’ legal team’s motions to dismiss and suppress evidence in the case ahead of his October trial.

“I don’t care about no livestream, all this political,” Brooks reportedly told the judge after appearing bored and sleeping throughout the majority of Friday’s hearing, according to WISN 12 News reporter Hillary Mintz.

He also asked to be removed from the hearing, at which point police escorted him out of the courtroom, Mintz reported.


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