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Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer, suspect also shot

Keyshaun Stewart, the alleged gunman, is a 25-year-old convicted felon now charged with murder, attempted murder of a police officer


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Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 21st, 2021 @ 12:23PM (3 years ago)

Don't blame racism when nobody is willing to work or deliver anything in the west end. Blame the failed liberal democrats and their neutering of city police departments nationwide under the false pretext of civil rights and anti-racism.

The more dangerous they make cities, the fewer jobs there are, and the more dependent on democrat handouts people become.

"Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSBP) is a mental health problem in which a malicious caregiver causes an illness or injury in a person under his or her care, such as a child, an elderly adult, a disabled person"...or democrat voters

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November 22nd, 2021 @ 11:38AM (3 years ago)
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Alleged Wisconsin Christmas Parade slayer Darrell E. Brooks previously rapped about George Floyd, Eric Garner, "black power," anti-white racism, and frequently used anti-police rhetoric in his music.

The alleged assailant appears to have been identified as Darrell E. Brooks, otherwise known as rapper MathBoi Fly. Brooks, now in custody, is a black man in his 30's according to reports by Karol Markowicz.

The man in custody over the mass casualty incident at the Waukesha, Wis. Christmas parade has posts on his social media in support of BLM causes, George Floyd & black nationalism. He also has a post about how to get away with running people over on the street

In one of MathBoi Fly's songs, the individual raps about the aforementioned subjects. "They done got another victim like it's Eric Garner, they make it hard to breathe like it's George Floyd, middle finger to police blood don't get me started," Brooks appears to have said in a song titled MINNESOTA. "Had his knee on his neck wouldn't get off him, we ain't doing no more marching time to get retarded, military police imma go regardless."

In another song titled HALF A TIKKET, the individual appears to feature the same vehicle used in the viscous Christmas parade slaughter. The music video features a red Ford SUV, matching the description of the vehicle located by police near Carroll University.

Brooks was reportedly released from jail on a $1000 bond just two days before allegedly committing the heinous attack.

Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 22nd, 2021 @ 6:48PM (3 years ago)

Pro-BLM Waukesha Murder Suspect Admits To Child Sex Trafficking, 'I'm A Pedophile Now, Let Me Explain That'

Black Lives Matter and black nationalism-supporting rapper Darrell "Mathboi Fly" Brooks, who has been charged with five counts of intentional homicide related to a vehicular mass murder in Winsconsin, admitted to child sex trafficking in a video from 2016 that was posted to social media.

"And then as soon as we fall out, all of a sudden I'm a pedophile now, let me explain that," Brooks says in the footage. "Ten years ago, 2006, I caught a case with my oldest daughter's momma, yes my baby momma. She's from Oakland. I was bussin' moves in Nevada." Brooks continues, "I met the *****, she say she wanna get down, so I'm pimpin' on the *****, I take her to Nevada. You know what I'm sayin'? I get cracked. You know what I'm sayin,' I didn't know the ***** was 16 at the time. She gave a statement to the police and told them, yeah she was hoein' and that I was pimpin' and, and uh that she was 16 and that I didn't know that, mkay?"

Brooks, who is considered the main suspect in Sunday night's mass murder during a holiday parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, is also an avid supporter of various black nationalist and social justice causes, such as Black Lives Matter, which is also known as Burn Loot & Murder

Brooks had recently been released from jail on a paltry $1,000 bond for an incident in which a woman said he ran her over with his vehicle at a gas station before police say he went on a rampage in his vehicle at a holiday parade on Sunday night.


Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 22nd, 2021 @ 7:01PM (3 years ago)

Waukesha Christmas parade attack suspect was out on 'inappropriately low' bond, DA admits

The man arrested over the deadly Christmas parade attack in Wisconsin should have been behind bars following an arrest earlier this month, but was released on an "inappropriately low" bond days before the attack, the district attorney admitted Monday.

Darrell Brooks, 39, is charged with five counts of intentional homicide over the deadly crash on Sunday in Waukesha that left five dead and at least 48 injured, police said. Brooks was out on $1,000 cash bail at the time of Sunday's tragedy after he allegedly punched the mother of his child and purposefully ran her "over with his vehicle" in a Milwaukee gas station parking lot on Nov. 2, according to court documents.

He was arrested and charged that same day with resisting or obstructing an officer, reckless endangering safety, disorderly conduct, bail jumping and battery. The Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office said Monday it had launched an internal probe into how Brooks was given such a low bond given the seriousness of the charges and his criminal history.

"The state's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks," the DA's office said in a statement.

"The bail recommendation in this case is not consistent with the approach of the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office toward matters involving violent crime, nor was it consistent with the risk assessment of the defendant prior to setting of bail. "This office is currently conducting an internal review of the decision to make the recent bail recommendation in this matter in order to determine the appropriate next steps."

Brooks also has another pending case in Milwaukee from July last year in which he is charged with reckless endangering and illegal possession of a firearm, court documents show. Police said they were called to Brooks' home after he allegedly fired his gun during a dispute with his nephew on July 24. His cash bail in that case was initially set at $10,000 before being reduced to $7,500, the DA's office said.

"With regard to the low cash bail request by the State in the newer case on November 5, I think that could've been the result of inadvertence, or perhaps, an inexperienced (editorial correction: should say "HUG-A-THUG LIBERAL DEMOCRAT") prosecutor making a bail recommendation that was too low under the circumstances," Kim said.


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November 22nd, 2021 @ 7:11PM (3 years ago)
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Activist Prosecutor Who Let Waukesha Suspected Mass Murderer out Has Very 'Interesting' Views

ADA John Chisholm, whose office handled Brooks' latest bout with the law, is a big proponent of far-left, activist DA George Gascon. RedState has covered the repercussions of Gascon's awful, crime-promoting policies in the past. Chisholm is also a big promoter of cash bail, sometimes called "bail reform," which has routinely put violent criminals back on the streets to commit more crimes in major cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.


Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 23rd, 2021 @ 12:46AM (3 years ago)

Darrell E. Brooks Jr. made bail twice in Wisconsin this year despite having an active sex crime warrant out of Nevada and claiming to be indigent, court records show.

Two separate judges freed him on low-cost bail, records show. First for $500 in February after allegedly shooting at his nephew the previous summer and again for $1,000 earlier this month after a woman accused him of punching her and running her over with the same SUV that allegedly plowed through Waukesha's Christmas parade, killing five and injuring 48.

Brooks, who has battery charges and firearms offenses dating back to 1999, was convicted of statutory sexual seduction, a felony, in 2006 of after having sex with a 15-year-old girl in Nevada. She became pregnant. He received three years of probation and became a registered sex offender.

Then in 2016, Nevada authorities charged him again with violating the state's sex crime laws - and he allegedly skipped bail and fled the region. He is still the subject of an active warrant in connection with that case, authorities there said, and they believed him to be in Wisconsin but had no actionable intelligence about his whereabouts.

But despite finding himself in custody in Wisconsin twice after that, he managed to avoid being turned over to Nevada investigators and reobtained his freedom both times before Waukesha police captured him Sunday evening following the deadly parade attack.

Neama Rahmani, a former federal prosecutor who is now a Los Angeles-based trial attorney, said "it makes no sense" for the court to have given Brooks such a low bail in November. "One thousand dollars bail is completely inappropriate for a defendant like Brooks with a significant criminal history of violence, being a danger to the community, and a flight risk," he told Fox News Digital Monday. He said that sum is more common in misdemeanor or traffic cases. "It highlights the problems with reforming our bail system to allow violent defendants to remain free pending trial," he said.


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November 23rd, 2021 @ 12:59AM (3 years ago)
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Premeditated hate crime

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November 23rd, 2021 @ 10:50AM (3 years ago)
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November 23rd, 2021 @ 11:22AM (3 years ago)

Case Information C-18-333566-1 | State of Nevada vs Darrell Brooks

7/19/2018 Charged with Attempted Burglary.

7/23/2018 Pled Guilty. Sentenced on 11/27/2018 to Nevada Dept of Corrections. Term: Minimum: 24 Months Maximum: 60 Months. Suspended-Period of Probation: Indeterminate, Not To Exceed 4 Years

12/31/2018 Probation Violation Report. Bench Warrant Issued.

01/04/2021 Case Reassigned to new Judge


Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 23rd, 2021 @ 3:40PM (3 years ago)

Here's an example of the human cost of allowing hug-a-thug democrats to be the prosecutors, judges, mayors and law enforcement leaders.

Tragic. Waukesha 11-Year-old Pom-Pom Girl in ICU After Demonic Christmas Parade Attack - Lost Kidney, Suffered Broken Pelvis, Lacerations on Lung and Remaining Kidney

Jessalyn Torres is fighting for her life in ICU. She is a victim of the demonic Christmas Parade attack by monster Derrick Brooks. Jessalyn lost a kidney, she suffered a broken pelvis, lacerations to her lungs, and a remaining kidney. The girl was with her mom, Amber Kohnke, and her sister Averie, 2, at the parade, where she performed with the Waukesha Xtreme Dance group before being struck by the SUV.



Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 23rd, 2021 @ 3:42PM (3 years ago)

Change.org petition: Disbar Kenosha Prosecutor Thomas Binger (Prosecutor in the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial)


Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 24th, 2021 @ 3:46PM (3 years ago)


How Louisville Became Little Chicago

#1 problem: too many liberals on the bench and inside the US Department of Justice who never saw a thug they didn't want to kiss on the mouth with tongue action involved. Very few of the sworn ones worked a high crime area in their careers. Its easy to think the world needs to be 100% by the book when you're just an office worker with a gun and a badge in a KSP-patrolled rural area.

#2 problem: RINOs and liberals teamed up a few years ago in Frankfort to set all the juvenile delinquents and criminals free

#3 problem: Mayor Bikelane, Conrad, White, Hess and most of their command staff thought it was better to let the criminals in the west end go on a countywide crime spree. Why not just tell police to do nothing, when the democrat west end activists never cared how many of their neighbors or their neighbors kids got murdered?

#4 problem: Parents and grandparents in poor neighborhoods are drinking at the club on weekends instead of raising kids the right way. The kids get raised by gangs instead.

#5 problem: Apathetic whites elsewhere in the county were all too content to think the west end crime didn't matter, until the west end criminals started carjacking and robbing in their part of town.

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November 24th, 2021 @ 4:23PM (3 years ago)
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This is Keyshaun A. Stewart, born on April 19, 1996, a recent arrival to Louisville attracted by the city's criminal-friendly climate for out-of-state felons violating their probation. He was recently arrested for his ambush murder of a father of five and shooting an LMPD officer in the face.

He was arrested in Nashville, Tennessee on 5/31/2020 for Aggravated Assault on two police officers, Burglary, Arson, Theft over $10,000 and Resisting Arrest. He pled guilty on September 16, 2020.

For these many serious crimes, he was given the not so serious sentence of 4 years probation by a very weak hug-a-thug democrat judge and an equally weak hug-a-thug democrat prosecutor.

There is no record of anyone attempting to revoke his probation.

Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 26th, 2021 @ 5:08PM (3 years ago)

"We can't arrest our way out of this problem. The police aren't the solution. Only the community can fix it."

While we're all waiting on them to find solutions, the gangstaz are shooting up the east end.


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November 28th, 2021 @ 10:22AM (3 years ago)

When is a racial hate crime not a racial hate crime? When it doesn't advance the left's, and the Democrats', narrative.

When white teenager Kyle Rittenhouse shot three white men who were violently assaulting him, it somehow got treated by the press and politicians as a racial hate crime. President Joe Biden (falsely) called Rittenhouse a white supremacist, and the discussion of his case was so focused on racial issues that many Americans mistakenly thought that the three men Rittenhouse shot were black.

But when a black man, Darrell Brooks, with a long history of posting hateful anti-white rhetoric on social media drove a car into a mostly white Christmas parade, killing six people and injuring dozens, the press was eager to wish the story away. (The New York Times buried it on page A22.) Even when a Black Lives Matter activist connected it to the Rittenhouse verdict, observing "it sounds like the revolution has started," the media generally downplayed it.

Were the races reversed, of course, we all know that the press would be turning its coverage up to 11, with deep dives into Darrell Brooks' associations, beliefs, friends and family and more. But doing that here wouldn't fit the narrative. In fact, though, there is a thread connecting the Rittenhouse shootings and the Waukesha mass murder. But the thread isn't so much racism as awful Democratic politicians.

After police shot Jacob Blake in Kenosha, sparking unrest, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) didn't call up the National Guard and secure the streets. Instead, he sent out an inflammatory tweet, saying, "What we know for certain is that he is not the first Black man or person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals in law enforcement in our state or our country."

What followed was a night of arson and rioting. Evers nonetheless sent only a trickle of National Guard over the next two days and declined federal assistance. The result was a huge amount of violence and property destruction (largely affecting the city's working-class and poor neighborhoods) and a background of unrest that led Kyle Rittenhouse to try to guard businesses and help the injured -- a teenager setting out to do what the government refused to do.

Likewise, the Waukesha mass murder was the result of government failure. Darrell Brooks had already been charged with deliberately running over his girlfriend at a gas station and, incredibly, had been released on a mere $1,000 bail. All told, Brooks had been charged with three felonies, plus resistance to arrest and bail jumping. All that and only $1,000 bail?

But an opposition to cash bail is a cornerstone of Democrats' criminal-justice policies. They're not always wrong -- there's a real problem of poor people who can't raise bail being held in jail for often trivial offenses. But Brooks wasn't charged with trivial offenses. He was charged with violent, potentially murderous crime. Then they let him go, and he committed a violent, actually murderous crime.

John Chisholm, the district attorney, has since admitted that the bail required was "inappropriately low." Well, yes.

Chisholm, though, is a pioneer of the Democrats' war on cash bail and a champion of what can only be called "inappropriately low" bail as a matter of policy. He's been a leader among "progressive prosecutors" who have taken a lax approach to law enforcement in cities like San Francisco and New York. In a 2019 paper, he wrote, "When we pay too little attention to the underlying causes and characteristics of individuals in the criminal justice system, we make significant errors, which can lead to greater problems."

Prosecutors, infected with progressive politics, paid too little attention to Brooks' characteristics, an error that left six people dead and many more injured. Now Brooks is being held on $5 million bail.

Incredibly, however, just one day after the Waukesha mass murder, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Bx-Queens) demanded federal intervention against what she called "excessive bail." Excessive bail can be a problem. But so is a revolving-door justice system that leaves the public at risk.

Both the Kenosha shootings and the Waukesha mass murder happened because the government failed to do its job. Those are the wages of progressive politics. For the likes of Evers, Chisholm and AOC, the wages are good. But the rest of us pay.


Man shot, killed on Watterson Expressway identified; officer...

November 30th, 2021 @ 7:06AM (3 years ago)

So....a new contract is coming. A decent pay raise is coming. Let's not forget LMPD will still be in the lower echelons of pay in the state, and for a department responsible for as much as it is that is still not acceptable. Fischer alone is responsible for the downfall while using Conrad and his minions as the henchmen. The department is short hundreds because of them, but that is staffing levels are fischer. Louisville is a lot bigger and departments in cities this size are staffed with 1500 plus. Look at Indy, or Baltimore which has less citizens. While the pay will be better and reforms asked already being done by the good officers anyway, the alone not gonna do it until we get a complete change of leadership.