According to a prison interview, Walkisha’s Christmas parade suspects Darrell Brooks Jr. is being treated like a “monster.”


Darrell Brooks, Jr., was “demonized” after police said in his first prison interview since he was detained that police had reaped at least 60 people and killed six during the Walkisha Christmas parade. , Said he believed he was treated like a “monster.” Massacre.

Brooks briefly spoke to Fox News on Wednesday. Media outlets call Brooks “soft spokes.” Brooks did not provide any further details about the motivation.

“I just feel like a monster-being demonized,” Brooks told Fox News, adding that he felt “dehumanized.”

“Brooks looked calm and clear, and it took me a while to answer each question. I even repeated the reporter’s questions and answers,” writes Michael Lewis and Stephanie Pagones.

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The two Fox News reporters were Brooks’ first visitors. He has not received a visit from his family. Brooks’ mother, Dawn Woods, issued a statement earlier Wednesday to a number of media critics of the criminal justice system for Brooks’ failure.

She spoke in a statement about Brooks’ fight against mental health and expressed condolences to the victims’ families.

Brooks said he was “very” intimate with his mother. He hasn’t talked to any family since the parade attack, but they talked earlier that day, he said.

Following the interview, the reporter describes the sobbing sound from the speakers.

Prosecutors charged Brooks with six counts of one intentional murder.. He is detained on bail of $ 5 million and faces life imprisonment if convicted of any of the charges.

Please contact Drake Bentley ((414) 391-5647 or [email protected]). Follow him on Twitter @DrakeBentleyMJS..

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