Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks feels ‘dehumanized’ in prison

The man accused of killing six people and injured dozens more with his SUV in the course of one rampage at a Christmas parade in Wisconsin feeling “dehumanized” behind bars.

Darrell Brooks gave his first interview since last Sunday’s horrific attack to Fox News Digital Wednesday inside Waukesha County Jail.

“I just feel like I’m being monster-demonized,” Brooks, 39, said during a video chat in jail, according to Fox.

The accused killer – a career criminal and registered child offender – calmly answered questions from the business, but offered no insight into why he allegedly mowed the crowd down, according to the article.

Brooks had not received any other visitors since the attack, including his mother – who had issued a statement On Wednesday, Wisconsin’s criminal justice system accuses him of failing.

The inmate allegedly hung up his phone and got up from his chair when he was informed of the statement by the correspondents.

Darrell Brooks in court.
Darrell Brooks is charged with killing six people and injuring more than 60 after plowing through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
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An SUV plows into a crowd of people during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
An aerial photo shows a vehicle suspected of being driven by Brooks moving through the Christmas parade in Waukesha.
People embrace each other during a guard in Waukesha after the deaths of five people.
People embrace each other during a guard in Waukesha after the deaths of six people.
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Brooks allegedly drove the mother of his child at a gas station in his red Ford Escape earlier this month, but stayed released on “inappropriately low” bail, prosecutors said.

Jackson Sparks8; Tamara Durand, 52; Jane Kulich, 52; LeAnna Owen, 71; Virginia Sorenson, 79; and Wilhelm Hospel, 81, were all killed in the November 21 attack. Another 62 people were injured.


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