The Waukesha mass murderer just received a 1,200-year sentence for his massacre at the Christmas parade
· Nov 17, 2022 ·

Frankly I think a little more than time in prison might've been warranted but I suppose this will suffice:

Darrell Brooks will spend life in prison six times over for the death and injuries he caused in the 2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade attack.

Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Jennifer Dorow on Wednesday formally sentenced Brooks to consecutive life sentences for first-degree intentional homicide, with no chance of parole, in the deaths of Tamara Durand, Wilhelm Hospel, Jane Kulich, Leanna Owen, Virginia Sorenson and Jackson Sparks.

She also sentenced Brooks to 17 1/2 years for each of the 61 counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, or a total of 762 years of initial confinement and 305 years of extended supervision; and 25 years each for the six hit-and-run counts running concurrent to the reckless endangerment charges.

In all, beyond his life sentences, he was sentenced to more than 1,200 years, including extended supervision.

Live shot of the court stenographer cataloguing the entirety of Brooks's sentence:

Let's hope that while he's serving his time Brooks repents of his sins, and that God gives the families of the victims peace.

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