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WAUKESHA, Wisconsin (LifeSiteNews) – A Wisconsin judge has sentenced Black Lives Matter supporter Darrell Brooks to six life sentences and more than 750 years in prison for his murder of six people and attacks on dozens of others last year during a Christmas parade.

Wisconsin does not have the death penalty.

Handed down on Wednesday, the sentence comes nearly a year after Brooks drove his car through the Waukesha Christmas parade on November 21, 2021. It guarantees that Brooks will die in prison.

Among the murdered victims was an eight-year-old boy named Jackson Sparks.

Some of the non-fatal victims of Brooks’ vehicular rampage included members of the local Catholic community, including a priest. Family members of the victims delivered comments in support of maximum punishment for Brooks.

Judge Jennifer Dorow gave a speech prior to sentencing that ran over 2 hours, in which she laid into Brooks for his evil acts.

“Do the mentally ill sometimes commit atrocious crimes? They do. This is not one of those situations,” Dorow declared. “There are many times, many times, good people do bad things, but there are times when evil people do bad things.

“There is no medication or treatment for a heart that is bent on evil,” Judge Dorow said.

RELATED: Black Lives Matter supporter convicted, faces 6 life sentences for Christmas parade massacre in Wisconsin

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A Pennsylvania court issued a split ruling against a pro-life Franciscan priest and activist arrested after he entered an abortion clinic to help women choose life.

Father Christopher “Fidelis” Moscinski was found guilty of two misdemeanor charges and not guilty of a felony trespass and a misdemeanor resist, for participating in a Red Rose Rescue at a Planned Parenthood.

Fr. Moscinski entered the clinic on August 27, 2021 with red roses and pro-life literature ready to hand out to women and persuading them to choose life for their children.

Fr. Fidelis has participated in many Red Rose Rescues at abortion centers, and for this has been imprisoned multiple times.

He was also previously arrested for trying to save babies in Ohio in June 2021 and in New Jersey in January 2020.

After the court decision, Fr. Fidelis urged people to “continue keeping all pro-lifers anywhere who are facing charges, especially federal charges, in your prayers, and that God can bring some good out of this unjust persecution.”

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Fellow pro-life activist and Red Rose Rescuer Will Goodman told LifeSite’s Jim Hale that the court’s ruling to drop one felony and reject another was a “big victory.”But the crackdown on pro-lifers continues!

Just recently the Biden administration targeted Fr. Fidelis and other pro-life activists for Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act (FACE) violation charges.

This same law was also used by the FBI to raid the home of pro-life Catholic dad Mark Houck last month.

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The Black Lives Matter supporter and repeat offender represented himself at trial and frequently displayed erratic behavior, including regular outbursts.

He also repeatedly said he did not “consent” to being called Darrell Brooks, but instead tried to claim he was the “state of Wisconsin.” He accused the judge of not having a license to practice law and of violating her oath of law, often interspersing seemingly random legal terms as if they represented a valid motion in court.

RELATED: Suspect in Wisconsin Christmas parade killing has long criminal record, released on bail just days before

Brooks was out on just a $1,000 bail prior to the murders, thanks to left-wing Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm’s office. One of the charges against Brooks at that time was attempting to run a woman over with his car. “Earlier [in November 2021], he confronted a woman outside a motel. He knocked her phone out of her hand and drove off,” NPR reported. “He then returned, punch her in the face, and and ran her over with his vehicle. The report notes that the woman had tire marks on her pants in addition to other injuries from the incident.”


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