Darrell Brooks, Aka MathBoi Fly on social media, flashes a gang sign in Facebook post.
Multiple people were killed and injured after a person driving an SUV plowed through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Sunday evening.
There are also reports of gunshots being fired by police at the SUV.
As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier the suspect’s name is Darrell Brooks and he was recently released on bail.
Following the attack, the local police scanner captured the name of the suspect who left his ID in the vehicle.
Laura Loomer was first to report on this.
The suspect Darrell Brooks is a sex offender.
He has a long record.
The alleged Waukesha car attack suspect Darrell E. Brooks currently has two open criminal cases against him.
He posted bond for two felonies and three misdemeanors recently.
He also posted bond for three felonies last March. pic.twitter.com/PkZsSZDein
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 22, 2021
The fake news today reported there was “no evidence” the mass killer Darrell Brooks had any connection to radicalization, extremism or the “debate” over Kyle Rittenhouse…. What?
Via ABC News.
Multiple law enforcement sources told ABC News that the preliminary assessment from investigators, based on video evidence and interviews, is the driver was not aiming to hit the parade but rather was speeding through the route to flee an earlier incident.
Authorities spent the night scouring social media and other digital platforms associated with the person of interest, who remains in custody. So far, investigators have no reason to believe there is any connection to radicalization, extremism or the ongoing debate about the verdict delivered in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial last week elsewhere in Wisconsin, the sources said.
Seriously, no connection to radicalization or extremism?
Here are a few social media posts from Darrell Brooks.
Here is another.
Becker News has a slew of images from Darrell Brooks’s social media — a complete monster.
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