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Darrell Brooks Appears In Court After Wisconsin Parade Attack

A fundraiser for Darrell Brooks, 39, was reportedly suppressed by GoFundMe after the page violated its terms by asking for donations totaling $ 5million (£ 3.7million) to release the accused from bail .

Mr Brooks, who police said wanted to hit “as many people as possible” when he raced his car in a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis. On Sunday, was described in the fundraiser as a friend “.

A criminal complaint filed Tuesday accused Mr Brooks of having “no emotion” when he drove the parade route, killing six people and injuring at least 47 others.

He allegedly fled the police when responding to a call about a marital dispute between him and another person hours earlier, and prosecutors plan to charge him with six counts of first degree murder.

He is being held on $ 5 million bail.

More than $ 1.5 million has been raised to support the victims of the attack and their families. The six people killed are: Tamara Durand, Jane Kulich, Wilhelm Hospel, Leanna Owen, Virginia “Ginny” Sorenson and Jackson Sparks.

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Paramedic holds prayer for victims of attacks

A Wisconsin-based ambulance provider has asked residents and community members to hold a prayer Thursday night at 4:39 p.m. – at the same time as authorities say Darrell Brooks walked through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, injuring people dozens and killing six people last Sunday.
“Tomorrow, as we reflect on what we are grateful for and the blessings we have, at 4:39 pm, let’s collectively take a moment to reflect and pray for those suffering as a result of this tragedy,” Bell Ambulances said in a statement. Facebook post.
The pre-Thanksgiving silence follows the identification of the victims Jackson Sparks, 8; Jane Kulich, 52; Tamara Carlson, 52; Wilhelm Hospel, 81; Leanna Ownens 7 and Virginia Sorenson 71.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 10:17 PM
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Over $ 400,000 raised for the sixth victim

A fundraising page for the sixth victim of the Christmas parade tragedy has received more than $ 400,000 (£ 300,000) in donations since her death was announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Alyssa, who writes that she is the niece of Aaron and Sheri Sparks, said her cousins ​​Tucker (12) and Jackson (8) Sparks were hit in the parade attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin , Sunday.
Jackson’s death was confirmed by the family on Tuesday.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 9:37 PM
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A “friend” of GoFundMe banned from the platform

A spokesperson for GoFundMe has confirmed that a fundraiser for Darrell Brooks violated its terms and conditions and was withdrawn.
James Norton, who claimed to be a friend of his, allegedly started the fundraiser, and as Law enforcement today reported, had a target of $ 5million (£ 3.7million) to release him.
As Gino Spocchia writes, GoFundME told reporters that “misused fundraisers are very rare and we take all complaints very seriously,” and the person behind the Brooks fundraiser has been banned from the platform.
The page was last visible on Tuesday, screenshots on social media suggest.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 9:17 PM
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Reminder: who was the sixth victim?

The sixth victim was named on a GoFundMe page as eight-year-old Jackson Sparks on Tuesday.
He and his 12-year-old brother Tucker were injured when the SUV driven by Brooks entered the parade route.
Jackson underwent brain surgery on Sunday night but succumbed to his injuries and died Tuesday afternoon, writes Oliver O’Connell.
Tucker, 12, and Jackson Sparks, eight, were injured in the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 8:37 PM
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Reminder: who is Darrell Brooks?

Darrell Brooks Jr, of Milwaukee, was arrested Nov. 5 on charges of domestic violence, resisting an officer, reckless second degree endangerment, disorderly driving and taking bail for a felony, before committing Sunday’s tragedy.
He has been convicted of several criminal offenses since 1999, including one against a teenage girl in 2007. According to Le New York Post, he allegedly told a judge that he wasn’t a monster and didn’t know she was underage, and then made a plea deal.
Mr. Brooks is also prolific on social media and raps under the name MathBoi Fly. As Joe Sommerlad writes, a vehicle similar to the one involved in the Waukesha attack can be seen in “Half a Tikket,” one of his YouTube clips.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 7:37 PM
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Three children released from the hospital

The Wisconsin Children’s Hospital, which admitted 16 children after the Christmas parade tragedy, said three more patients were released before the Thanksgiving holiday this weekend.
As reported by CNN, half of the remaining ten children are still in critical condition and another is in serious condition.
It comes days after a sixth victim was confirmed by the hospital.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 7:17 PM
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No motive for Darrell Brooks, but intention could be proven

Police in Waukesha, Wisconsin, still have not disclosed the motive for their actions last Sunday, when they crossed a roadblock and killed half a dozen people in an annual Christmas parade.
Paul Bucher, a former Waukesha County District Attorney, told reporters that despite this, it might be possible for prosecutors to prove his actions were intentional because Darrell Brooks “went on and knew what he had done. in first person and didn’t stop, so it was all intentional.
As Politics reported, lawyers representing Mr Brooks – who has been charged with five counts of homicide, have asked people not to try the case until all the facts are known.
“It is essential that we do not rush to judge and instead treat these proceedings and everyone involved with dignity and respect,” said Jeremy Perri and Anna Kees.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 6:37 PM
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Reminder: What happened at the Christmas parade?

The town of Waukesha, Wisconsin, is still in shock after a car crashed into a high-speed Christmas parade at 4:39 p.m. Sunday, killing at least six people and injuring 48 others.
The red Ford Escape SUV was captured on video driving straight towards the cheerleaders and party members at around 40 mph, hitting around 20 people and causing panic in the crowd that had gathered to enjoy the 58th annual parade by Waukesha.
As Joe Sommerlad Writing, witnesses on Sunday described the car as having sped up along the parade route and “going side to side, targeting people.”
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 6:17 PM
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Brooks told the judge in 2007 he was not a monster, report says

The 39-year-old man accused of killing six people and injuring dozens more on Sunday in Wisconsin, reportedly told a judge in 2007 that he was not a freak after being charged with sexual assault.
According to court documents obtained by the New York PostDarrell Brooks also asked the judge in that case for leniency because he was diagnosed with bipolar and manic depression at the age of 12.
The revelation comes amid speculation surrounding Mr Brook’s criminal record, and that he can claim he was mentally ill when tried for driving an SUV on a Wisconsin Christmas parade.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 5:37 PM
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GoFundMe Says ‘Friend’ Banned After Brooks Fundraiser

A spokesperson for GoFundMe confirmed that it “removed fundraising before funds were raised as it violates GoFundMe’s terms of service.”
The platform added that the individual behind the fundraiser Darrell Brooks was also “banned from using the GoFundMe platform for any future fundraising,” in a statement to The independent. “Misused fundraisers are very rare and we take all complaints very seriously. Our team works with law enforcement to report issues and assist them with any investigations they deem necessary, ”the spokesperson said.
This follows criticism of the platform for allowing the fundraiser to be set up shortly after Wisconsin police charged Mr Brooks with five counts of homicide for the parade deaths. of Christmas.
Gino SpocchiaNovember 25, 2021 5:02 PM

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