Update 11/18/2022 3:52pm:
The man who reportedly killed six people and injured others while driving his vehicle through a Christmas parade in Milwaukee was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
40-year-old Darrell Brooks was sentenced on 61 counts of reckless endangerment and 76 other charges, including six counts of first-degree intentional homicide.
Before his sentencing from the judge, Brooks told the court he suffered from mental illness since he was a child and did not have plans on driving into the parade. Also, Brooks apologized to those who lost their family during the tragic ordeal. Brooks said, “People are going to, like I said, believe what they want, and that's OK. This needs to be said: What happened on Nov. 21, 2021, was not, not, not an attack. It was not planned, plotted.” He later went on to say, “This was not an intentional act. No matter how many times you say it over and over, it was not.”
source: CBS News
Original 11/24/2021 4:12pm:
The alleged Facebook account of Waukesha Christmas parade crash suspect, Darrell Brooks, contained multiple posts and messages calling for violence against White people and sympathizing with Adolf Hitler.
"LEARNED ND TAUGHT BEHAVIOR!! so when we start bakk knokkin white people TF out ion wanna hear it...the old white ppl 2, KNOKK DEM TF OUT!! PERIOD..," Brooks wrote on Facebook in 2020.
Brooks also posted a meme titled, "Hitler knew who the real Jews were!" The meme claimed Hitler knew Black people were the real Hebrews and the United States moved "false white Jews into a state of Israel." The message also stated World War III would unfold when people "learn Hitler was right" and "did the world a favor by killing" Jewish people, prompting Brooks to write, "real game rite here." The claims made in the meme have been debunked.
The murder suspect also posted and commented on a series of additional including NBA player Kyle Kuzma's thoughts on White privilege, a White cop being violent towards a peaceful protester, and Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal, which he said he wasn't surprised by.
In 2012, Brooks -- who also raps under the "MathBoi Fly" stage name -- reportedly retweeted a post memorializing the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
"18 kids, 18 dreams, 9 adults, 27 families, 27 lost personalities, & 1 sick minded man who decided to murder children #pray #prayfornewtown," the original tweet read.
Currently, a motive for the 39-year-old's attack has not been confirmed but witnesses claim he intentionally ran over multiple people during Sunday's parade. All of Brooks' victims were White.
Look above to view Brooks' alleged social media posts.
Source: Daily Mail