Fundraiser for Suspect in Christmas parade massacre cleared

The GoFundMe crowdfunding platform has torpedoed an effort to raise $ 5 million for the bail out Darrell Brooks, the suspect in last weekend car- ramming attack on a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

The fundraising page for Brooks was caught down because he hacked the platform terms of service, according to GoFundMe on Wednesday. A spokesperson for the company he told Fox Business that the organizer who he was trying to increase money for Brooks had been banished from using GoFundMe for future campaigns.



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Brooks’ faces six murder allegations after allegedly plowing his sporting utility vehicle in parade participants and spectators. According to a police affidavit, he woven from side to side inflict maximum carnage while mowing people down. In addition to six people who were killed, 61 were injured, including multiple children.

News of the Brooks fundraiser was first reported on Tuesday by Law enforcement officers today. The organizer was identified as James Norton of Waukesha, who indicated the convicted sex offender as “our dear friend”. The page has gone on to say that Brooks was innocent and that he was “another black man behind bars in a purely political and racist process “. It also listed several hashtags, including “#BLM”, “#NoJusticeNoPeace” And “#RacismIsReal.”

It is not clear what is Norton’s relationship with Brooks – if he really knows the defendant – or if he’s genuinely trying to raise money on on behalf of the defendant.

GoFundMe has been criticized last year for refusing to allow a fundraiser for the legal defense of Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who claimed auto-defense after shooting three men, including two fatally, during a Black Lives Matter riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The platform had enabled the campaigns for Other people accused of violent crimes in the same period.



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Faced with new criticisms last week after Rittenhouse was found not guilty of all the expenses against him, GoFundMe issued a statement saying its policies prohibit fundraising for the defense of people accused of violent crimes. “If anyone is acquitted of those allegations, as Rittenhouse was today, subsequently began a fundraiser for their legal defense and other expenses would not violate this policy” the company said. The rule allows money be raised only after a defendant has been cleared and presumably no longer needs a lawyer defense or bail money.

Brooks was previously set free on bail twice this year. In one of those cases, in that the 39-year- the old resident of Milwaukee has been charged of shooting his grandson, he was set free in February after paying just $ 500. And just Ten days before Waukesha’s bloodbath, he was released on a deposit of $ 1,000 after being charged of hitting the mother of his son and his execution over with his off-road vehicle.

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