Police have identified the suspect of the Christmas parade massacre in Wisconsin as Darrell Brooks Jr. Reports from multiple sources show that Brooks shred extreme-left views. While many speculate that Brooks drove the SUV through the parade as a result of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict but police have not released a motive as of yet.
Brooks was charged with five counts of murder Monday as Wisconsin officials and others attempted to come to terms with their singular calamity.
Officials say that Brooks, a 39-year-old career criminal, had been involved in a knife fight in Waukesha Sunday afternoon; that he bolted when police arrived before whipping his SUV through the parade route. Five marchers died, and scores were injured — several critically.
Heavy.com, a fact-finding website, along with various journalists online, highlighted posts that the suspect had on social media accounts allegedly belonging to him. Those posts appeared to express anti-Christian sentiment, disdain for Republican politicians and conservative media, and “black nationalist rhetoric.”
Heavy also shared images reportedly from the suspect’s Twitter account where he shared anti-Trump rhetoric.
On Twitter, the accused name was MathBoiFLy but the account has been taken down. Possibly as police work to find a motive behind the attack. One user shared a video that is reportedly Brooks Jr. I say reportedly because I can’t confirm but it does certainly look to be the same person. In the video, the man seems to be admitting to sex trafficking and sleeping with a minor.
Watch (Warning: Strong language)
Just in case you missed a sex-offender (maybe sex-trafficking) confession from #waukesha Darrell E.Brooks Jr. aka MathBoiFly the arrested #waukeshaChristmasParade suspect "I was Pimping on the B*tch, I didn't know that she was 16 at the time."pic.twitter.com/LyamYODGQc
— Tweety Birdy⁷ 🎓 😊 (@_____Tweety____) November 22, 2021
Brooks’ social media accounts and online court records show that he is an aspiring rap singer with a lengthy criminal history and two open felony cases in which he was released on $500 and $1,000 bail, the latter just days before the parade deaths.
Before Thompson’s press conference officially identifying Brooks, NBC News reported that five law enforcement sources told the outlet Brooks was “the individual in custody as a person of interest and is being questioned by law enforcement in connection with the vehicle incident in Waukesha.” When Brooks was detained, police found a Ford key on him, according to scanner audio obtained by Heavy.
New York Post brought up a really good point: What if police had shot Brooks Jr? Would he be memorialized? Would there be riots?