Milwaukee DA Admits Bail For Darrell Brooks Previous Charge ‘Inappropriately Low’

Democrat Party endorsed Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm admitted that the bail for the alleged car parade attacker was “Inappropriately Low”.

This comes as Brooks has been revealed to have a long history of criminal activity. Just days earlier Brooks was released on bail for just $1,000 following ” [The victim] reported that Brooks followed [the victim] there and pulled up besides [her] and told [her] to get into the vehicle. [She] refused to get into the vehicle and Brooks, intentionally and without consent, struck [the woman] in the face with a closed fist. [The victim] walked away from Brooks. [The victim] reported that Brooks then, intentionally and without consent, ran [the woman] over with his vehicle while [she] was walking through the parking lot of the BP gas station,” the prosecutors wrote in a criminal complaint.

“Waukesha massacre suspect Darrell Edward Brooks was released from Milwaukee County jail on $1,000 bail earlier this week. Here is Soros affiliated Milwaukee district attorney John Chisholm bragging about abolishing bail and congratulating other Soros DAs.”

Following this massacre, the District Attorney’s office is conducting an internal review following the “inappropriately low” bond for Brooks’ release.

“BREAKING: The Milwaukee Co. District Attorney says Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks should not have been released on such a low cash bond earlier this month. They are conducting an internal review.”

Some have also suggested that had the left-wing District Attorney been not so soft on crime and punishment, Brooks would never have been released on such a low bond. Unfortunately for the victims, this was a very preventable attack but occurred due to the negligence of the District Attorney.

“Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm has launched an investigation to determine who was responsible for the Waukesha parade suspect’s “inappropriately low” bail.”

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