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Waukesha Massacre Suspect Convicted of Bomb Threat in ’07, Tried to Run Down Cop in 2011


Waukesha Massacre Suspect Convicted of Bomb Threat in ’07, Tried to Run Down Cop in 2011

Waukesha Massacre Suspect Convicted of Bomb Threat in ’07, Tried to Run Down Cop in 2011
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The suspect in the Waukesha Christmas Parade Massacre isn’t just a violent career felon who tried to run down a woman in a parking lot two weeks ago.

In 2007, authorities in Nevada convicted Darrell Brooks, Jr. of phoning a bomb threat into a casino, and he also tried to run over a cop in 2011, the Daily Mail has revealed.

An anti-white Muslim who belongs to a bizarre Islamist cult, Brooks is accused of killing six people and injuring 48 on Sunday when he plowed into Waukesha’s annual Christmas parade as he fled the scene of yet another crime.

His 20-year history of violent crime, including his record as a registered sex offender in Nevada, invites an obvious question. Why was he not in jail where he belonged? Answer: because Milwaukee’s leftist prosecutor set bail at $1,000 for the vehicular offense and arrest in early November.

Bomb Threat, Gas Station Mayhem

The casino bomb threat conviction suggests that Brooks is no stranger to at least threatening terrorism.

Brooks was “busted in March 2007 for calling in a bomb threat to the $43-per-night Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, Nevada,” the Daily Mail reported:

The would-be rapper was put on probation after being convicted of conspiring to disturb the peace — a gross misdemeanor — and was banned from the Nugget for life.

The circumstances of why he placed the threatening call are unknown.

But why he threatened to blow up the casino isn’t as important as his making the threat, then being convicted for it.

The Mail’s report also included details about the crime with which he was charged in early November.

“The 39-year-old was arrested on November 2 after attempting to run over his ex-girlfriend ‘EAP’ at a gas station in Milwaukee,” the newspaper reported.

Brooks, police allege, showed up at EAP’s room at the America Inn to scream and curse at her. But “when she left to walk to a gas station, Brooks followed her and told her to get inside his vehicle; striking her with a closed fist when she refused.”

The story gets worse:

“EAP reported that Brooks then, intentionally and without consent, ran EAP over with his vehicle while EAP was walking through the parking lot of the BP gas station,” the police report said.

That was the crime for which prosecutors permitted Brooks to post the laughable $1,000 bond, which the leftist district attorney, John Chisholm, was forced to admit was “inappropriately low.”

The Mail also reported that Brooks tried to mow down a cop in March 2011. Policeman Garry Inman stopped Brooks, who called himself Landon Deal.

After Inman checked the bogus name and asked Brooks to identify himself, Brooks started the car and jammed it into drive, the Mail reported, citing police records:

“Fearing the defendant was attempting to run him over with the vehicle, PO Inman jumped into the vehicle.

“He then began wrestling with [Brooks] to gain control of the vehicle. At one point he had to pull the wheel to the left to avoiding [sic] colliding with a parked car. He eventually was able to remove the key and the vehicle came to a stop.

“At that point [Brooks] took flight from the officer. He was eventually located inside a small children’s playhouse.”

Unsurprisingly, Brooks refused to surrender, and so cops pepper sprayed him. That didn’t stop the stubborn felon, who then charged the cops. They tased him twice.

On March 25 that year, he pleaded guilty to resisting arrest. 

Brooks Officer 1

Brooks’s illustrious career also includes sex with an underage girl, to which he also pleaded guilty. That’s how he landed in the sex-offender registry, which calls him “non-compliant.”

In a now-deleted video posted to YouTube, Brooks explained that he didn’t know the girl was 16.

Why Wasn’t He in Jail?

Despite the attack on Sunday, a court commissioner still set bail for the career criminal. Granted, the bail is $5 million, and the leftist GoFundMe website quickly cut off an attempt to raise the money.

But given the insane reaction to a jury’s acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, a wealthy hate-Rittenhouse leftist might vengefully pay up to set Brooks free — and perhaps on another rampage.

Brooks 20-year history of violent felonies — including convictions for strangling, battery, resisting arrest, and, of course, bail jumping — raises the question of why any prosecutor thought any bail was a good idea, must less bail of $1,000.

Brooks Bail Jumping

Published at Thu, 25 Nov 2021 02:29:53 +0000


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