So What? Waukesha Mass Murder Suspect Says He Feels 'Dehumanized,' 'Demonized'

Nick Kangadis | December 2, 2021
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On Wednesday, Fox News published exclusive comments from Darrell Brooks Jr., the man who allegedly carried out a domestic terror attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin during a Christmas parade just two days after a Kenosha, Wisconsin jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts. As a result of the attack, six people were murdered and 62 other were injured.

In his comments to Fox News Digital, Brooks seems to be attempting to garner sympathy.

According to Fox News:

Now he feels "dehumanized," he told Fox News Digital Wednesday in his first remarks to the media, seemingly surprised that he had visitors. 

"I just feel like I'm being monster – demonized," Brooks, 39, said during a brief video visit in Waukesha County Jail – a stone’s throw from where tragedy struck over a week earlier.  

I’m sorry, is anybody supposed to care how this dude feels if, indeed, he is found guilty of the acts carried out? These are the words of a sociopath trying to portray himself as a victim.

So, he feels “dehumanized?” Good. If Brooks did what’s been alleged, then he “dehumanized” six people who aren’t alive anymore, and he attempted to “dehumanize” dozens of others.

Don’t feel an ounce of sympathy towards this man and his “alleged” actions.

And if anyone does, here’s more on Brooks that Fox News reported:

Not even his mother has dropped by, he said. Earlier in the day, she released a statement on behalf of the family decrying Wisconsin’s criminal justice system for failing her son, a longtime felon with a 50-page rap sheet detailing domestic violence, firearms, drugs and other convictions in Wisconsin, according to documents obtained by Fox News Digital. 

Brooks is also a registered child sex offender in Nevada and served time in Georgia for beating his ex, records show.