Waukesha parade killer Darrell Brooks will stand trial for murdering six, a probable cause hearing has ruled – with the court also told shocking details of his behavior after the attack.
Friday’s hearing in Waukesha County Court ruled prosecutors had presented ‘ample’ evidence that Brooks had deliberately mown down and killed six victims at the November 2021 Christmas parade.
The court also heard for the first time how Brooks had red-eyes and smelt of weed when he was arrested – and how he had struggled to look at photos of his victims’ remains shown to him by detectives.
Brooks’ attorney, public defender Anna Kees, argued that Brooks was high during the incident, noting that officers who arrested him noticed he smelled of marijuana and his eyes were red and glassy.
Darrell Brooks, 39, will face trial for murdering six at Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin
Prosecutors have presented ‘ample’ evidence to show probably committed felonies, Waukesha County…