‘Burn In Hell You Piece Of Sh*t’: Man Berates Darrell Brooks After Conviction

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A man berated the Waukesha parade killer Darell Brooks while a judge listed the jury’s convictions Wednesday.

“Burn in hell, you piece of shit!” the man can be heard shouting from the gallery following the announcement of the jury’s second guilty verdict against Brooks. Following the interruption, Judge Jenifer Dorow ordered the man to be removed from the courtroom.


The jury convicted Brooks of six counts of first-degree intentional homicide while using a dangerous weapon, numerous counts of reckless endangerment and hit-and-run, as well as two counts of bail-jumping, and one count of battery. In total, Brooks was convicted of 76 charges related to him ramming through a Christmas parade in November 2021. He is likely to face a life sentence, according to Wisconsin’s legislature.

Brooks was removed from the courtroom several times during trial due to “disrespectful” antics, such as objecting to every question posed by the prosecution and giving “disruptive” commentary under his breath. At one point, Brooks screamed at Dorow.

“I heard what the hell you said,” as the judge asked him if he has any requests relating to jury instructions. (RELATED: Waukesha Suspect Builds Box Fort To Hide From Judge)

Prior to the incident that left seven people dead, Brooks allegedly referred to himself as a “terrorist” and a “killer in the city” in a song he apparently uploaded to SoundCloud under the name Mathboi Fly, the Sun reported. Brooks also advocated for violence against white people on his Facebook page under the same name about a year and a half before the incident, the New York Post noted.

“So when we start bakk knokkin white people TF out [I don’t] wanna hear it…the old white ppl 2, KNOKK DEM TF OUT!! PERIOD,” he allegedly wrote on the page, according to the outlet.