5 dead, dozens injured after SUVs plow into Wisconsin Christmas parade; BLM activist in custody | MCU Times

5 dead, dozens injured after SUVs plow into Wisconsin Christmas parade; BLM activist in custody

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Waukesha PD

At least 5 people were killed and dozens more injured when a vehicle hit police barriers and plowed into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Sunday.

An officer opened fire on the truck after the suspect broke through police barriers to flee the scene.

Exciting videos showed bodies flying while the red Ford Escape SUV mowed down children, high school cheerleaders and dancing grandmothers. The suspect was reportedly on the run from police after leaving the scene of a stabbing.

Police eventually found the abandoned SUV and tracked down an expired driver’s license in the vehicle of 38-year-old Darrell E. Brooks Jr., an admitted pimp and black supremacy.

Brooks faces multiple charges of murder, reckless danger, fleeing the scene of a crime, possession of a firearm by a criminal and many more charges.

According to court records, Brooks was released on $ 1,000 bond just two days before the tragedy. He has a long criminal history that includes allegations of domestic violence and sex trafficking.

In addition to being a career criminal, Brooks is an aspiring rapper who uploaded tracks to YouTube and SoundCloud, calling himself Mathboi Fly.

According to posts on his Facebook page, Brooks was unhappy that 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was found innocent on all charges by a jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin Friday.

Brooks’ Facebook posts and music called for violence against white people and supported Black Lives Matter. One post specifically described running white people over.

Facebook removed Mathboi Fly’s page hours after the incident.

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