Il sospetto di Waukesha, Darrell Brooks, è accusato in un'area che ha a lungo minimizzato i crimini violenti, esperto dice

“Le accuse minimizzano la gravità del crimine,” Bill Osmulski, a researcher at the Wisconsin-based MacIver Institute, ha detto a Fox News. “A real popular one that I’ve come across is second-degree reckless endangering of safety.

There was a man who was in Milwaukee County courts for a hearing. He had snuck a handgun into the courthouse,” Osmulski said. “He walks out of the courthouse, pulls out the handgun, shoots somebody twice right there in the street outside the courthouse.

He is charged with second-degree reckless endangering of safety.

WAUKESHA PARADE SUSPECT DARRELL BROOKS SAYS HE FEELS ‘DEHUMANIZED’, ‘DEMONIZEDIN FIRST JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW

Brooks faces that same charge in a separate case in which he’s alleged to have run over a girlfriend. Brooks now faces first-degree intentional homicide charges over the six ucciso nel Natale parade tragedy, which also injured 60.

Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks arrives in court for his arraignment.

Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks arrives in court for his arraignment.

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