The recording of the bail hearing for Waukesha parade massacre suspect Darrell Edward Brooks is said to have been “lost”. That’s the news coming from Milwaukee over Wisconsin Right now.
“The Milwaukee County court system was unable to produce audio recordings or transcripts of the controversial bail hearing of Darrell Brooks that led to the Waukesha parade suspect being released just 10 days before the attack,” Wisconsin Right Now is known exclusively. “The recording does not exist due to technical problems or human error, the district court administrator told WRN.”
“Indeed, apart from a brief passage on the Wisconsin online court website, the county was unable to provide a transcript or other transcript of what was said at the hearing,” the report states.
“That’s despite the hearing that drew the attention of Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm, and a court commissioner, Cedric Cornwall, to a host of negative national headlines,” the reporte added. Brooks’ $1,000 bail in the pending felony case has sparked fresh criticism of the nationwide ‘bail reform’ movement (read our story on the failures of the bailiff). failure of the court system in the Brooks . case here). ”
“We have requested a copy or audio recording of the hearing because we believe the public deserves to know what excuses officials give for Brooks’ low bail,” WRN noted.
WRN has provided steps to verify that a bail hearing transcript is no longer available.
“The Chief Justice of Milwaukee County, Mary Triggiano, told WRN separately that ‘there was no recording for that afternoon’s trial, where Brooks’ bail was set at $1,000 on November 5, she believes because of ‘technical issues’,” However, she referred WRN to Holly Szablewski, district court administrator, for more details. We note that Triggiano has always been very open and transparent with us; She responds quickly and tries to make available the details available in a proper manner.”
Szablewsk told Wisconsin Right Now: “There was no recording available to prepare the recording. This can be the result of human error or technical glitch. “
It’s convenient, isn’t it?
Meanwhile, there was a shake-up in the Darrell Brooks trial. On Tuesday, Becker News report that the judge in the trial had made a motion to allow the murder suspect’s previous attorney to resign from the case. Joseph Domask, Brooks’ attorney, asked to withdraw from the case, arguing that he had multiple ties to the victims of the incident. Judge Davis Feiss made the recommendation.
Domask represented Brooks in court on November 5 for allegedly driving his ex-girlfriend’s SUV in a gas station parking lot on November 2, as Fox News reported. Brooks is still facing the charges of reckless endangerment, felony, domestic abuse, jumping and resisting arrest for the alleged assault, in addition to six counts of murder for the massacre Waukesha parade.
On Wednesday, Darrell Brooks told Fox News Digital he felt “dehumanized” and “devastated” as he sat in jail awaiting trial.
“I just felt like I was turning into a monster – possessed by a demon,” Brooks said.
Imagine how bad the parents of the victims must have felt.
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