Alleged Waukesha parade killer Darrell Brooks gave his closing arguments in a Wisconsin courtroom on Tuesday. He pleaded to the jury that the throttle body on the vehicle in question failed due to a factory recall.
Brooks made his case and said that what happened on the day of the parade was not an intentional act. Brooks made it clear to jurors that a person committing a deliberate act to kill would not honk their horn and wave their hands to gain people’s attention on the parade route.
“No one’s heart is more in pieces than mine, explained Brooks.
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