Mass murderer Brooks, “acting” as his own attorney. Being advised by leftist public defenders and other leftist attorneys.
Imagine the feeling of abuse as relatives of the slain are “questioned” by the beast that mowed down your loved ones.
The Judge in this case, a pretty good looking female, appears to be emotionally distraught by the situation and all the antics. Perhaps that was the lefty strategy to get Brooks to push her over the edge and create a mistrial.
He’s a good boy dindunuthin
Brooks’ record of convictions
CASE: Filed September 1999, Milwaukee CountyCHARGES: Substantial battery/intentionally causing bodily harm, as party to a crimeRESOLUTION: Guilty/no contest in December 1999SENTENCE: Two years in prison – which was stayed, three years’ probation, six months in the House of Correction
CASE: Filed February 2002, Milwaukee CountyCHARGES: Possession of THC, second-plus offenseRESOLUTION: Guilty/no contest in May 2002SENTENCE: 50 days in the House of Correction with work release, license suspended for six months
CASE: Filed January 2003, Milwaukee CountyCHARGES: Resisting/obstructing an officerRESOLUTION: Guilty/no contest in February 2003SENTENCE: 20 days in the House of Correction
CASE: Filed February 2010, Wood CountyCHARGES: Strangulation/suffocation (with previous conviction), battery, criminal damage to propertyRESOLUTION: Guilty to strangulation charge in April 2010SENTENCE: Three years’ probation – which was stayed, 90 days’ jail time with work release
CASE: Filed March 2011, Milwaukee CountyCHARGES: Resisting or obstructing an officerRESOLUTION: Guilty in May 2012SENTENCE: 37 days in the House of Correction with work release
CASE: Filed November 2011, Milwaukee CountyCHARGES: Possession of THC, second-plus offenseRESOLUTION: Guilty in March 2012SENTENCE: 180 days in the House of Correction with work release
CASE: Filed December 2011, Milwaukee CountyCHARGES: Possession of THC, misdemeanor bail jumpingRESOLUTION: Guilty in March 2012SENTENCE: 180 days in the House of Correction with work release
Brooks’ open Milwaukee County cases
That brings us to summer 2020.
In July 2020, Brooks was charged with a series of felonies after prosecutors say he fired a gun at his nephew outside a house on N. 19th Street in Milwaukee. After that shooting, Brooks was ordered to have no contact with a number of people, including his mother, Dawn Woods, but when he was arrested again just a couple of weeks ago on new crimes, it was his mother who bailed him out.
In early November 2021, Brooks was charged with two felonies and three misdemeanors, including second-degree recklessly endangering safety (domestic abuse assessments) after prosecutors say he ran over his girlfriend in a Milwaukee gas station parking lot. The incident left the mother of his child with a bloody face and tire tracks on her leg. According to prosecutors, he later tried to persuade the woman to not cooperate with investigators in exchange for marriage.
In that 2020 shooting case, cash bond was set at $10,000 in July 2020, online court records show, but “adjusted down” to $7,500 in August 2020. In February 2021, nine months before the Christmas parade attack, it was “adjusted down” again to $500. That $500 cash bond was posted in May 2021. Cash bond was set at $1,000 in that domestic violence case on Nov. 5, 2021.
Brooks’ mother posted the $1,000 bail in the domestic violence case on Nov. 11, 2021, but Brooks was not released from the custody of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office until at least Nov. 16, 2021. That’s when he appeared before a Waukesha County judge, by phone, in the custody of the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department for failure to pay in a child support case. A judge released Brooks on his own recognizance in that case – just days before the parade attack, which led to outrage and renewed calls for bail reform. The “low bail” and the fact that Brooks was free after posting it before he allegedly killed six people and injured dozens of others in Waukesha led to outrage and renewed calls for bail reform. At the time of the Christmas parade attack, Brooks also had an active warrant out of Nevada for skipping court on sex crime charges.
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There was a good legal discussion after the trial by the prosecutor explaining the reasons he got to be his own attorney.
(starts after 6 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdfBJQl8yaM
an even longer list of his crimes – https://youtu.be/4feMoDMZZN8
I hope some victims’ families sue the court for letting him off to do this racist rampage.
Waukesha got punished several times last year. It is a center of “white flight” out of Milwaukee.
They also condemned a large housing complex, on the spot, no warning, kicked everyone out. Very odd way to do it.
And we got chemtrailed right after the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict