Alleged Christmas parade killer Darrell Brooks spared with state prosecutors on Thursday, continuing to pressure the court to show and verify proof of jurisdiction and subject matter, which the court has failed to substantiate.
Moments later, other disorder ensued as jury members entered the courtroom, overhearing Brooks’s remarks to the judge about verified proof.
“The jury is to disregard Brooks’s remarks about jurisdiction and subject matter, ” the honorable Jennifer R. Dorow said as jurors entered the courtroom. “Sir, there is no requirement in the law for the state to prove that.”
Earlier in the day, the honorable judge Jennifer R. Dorow nearly held Brooks in contempt of court before talking him down. At moments, Judge Dorow appeared visibly flustered with Brooks’s tactics, which she seemed to admire simultaneously.
Keeping over 80,000 online viewers on the edge of their seats, Brooks gave a compelling opening statement while shedding tears.
“This has been a long process for everybody,” Brooks told jurors. “I believe that when it is time for all of you to make the decision, I pray it’s the right decision.”
The prosecution rested its case Thursday.
Brooks is facing six life sentences if convicted.
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