Update 5 pm: The National Justice Party protest has migrated to the city of Milwaukee, where protestors and members of the NJP central committee plan to picket in front of US Attorney for Eastern Wisconsin, Gregory Haanstad’s office at the federal building in downtown. The Justice Report will continue to provide live stream footage of the protest as soon as it becomes available.
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Watch live coverage of the event over at our Odysee channel.
Update 4 pm: The full, uninterrupted video of our live stream can be found here on Odysee.
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Part 2 Courthouse: LINK
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More Photos from senior correspondent Trey Garrison can be found below.
Update 215 pm: More still images of the protest have been uploaded, this time from the Telegram of senior correspondent, Trey Garrison. Our Livestream of the event can be found below!
Update 2 pm: The first images of the NJP protest have emerged from Telegram. Uploaded under the Telegram of NJP member Joseph Jordan, the photo shows us as the picket line in Waukesha is beginning to fill out in front of the county courthouse. “We are back in Waukesha,” said Jordan. “The locals are very angry [at] what is transpiring at the circus of a trial. We will not allow the system to continue covering up what happened here.”
Waukesha, WI – The National Justice Party has returned to Waukesha, Wisconsin, to protest the alleged anti-White terrorist attack carried out one year ago by BLM-inspired career criminal, Darrell Brooks. The NJP, led by Chairman Mike Peinovich, continues to oppose local law enforcement’s decision not to pursue federal hate crimes charges for Brooks, and seeks to highlight the latent double standard in the criminal justice system when it comes to combating anti-White hate.
The Justice Report’s senior correspondent, Trey Garrison, is live on the scene. You can view our live stream of the event here.
Today’s protest would mark the second time the National Justice Party has marched in demand for hate crimes charges against the controversial Darrell Brooks. The last time the pro-White advocacy group gathered in protest occurred in 2021, exactly one week after the deadly Waukesha Christmas parade massacre that left six dead and more than 60 people seriously wounded.
Brooks, who is currently on trial for his alleged role in the deadly anti-White attack, has so far skirted any notion that the attack was racially motivated. Instead, law enforcement, media, and courtroom prosecutors appear to blame the “accident” on a domestic disturbance between Brooks and his ex-girlfriend, 32-year-old Erika Patterson, right before the incident. The strategy has left many outraged that the mountain of evidence that would suggest a history of anti-White hate is being willfully ignored.
“The protest was well received by Waukesha locals, many of whom enthusiastically honked their horns and gave the thumbs up in support. Throughout the afternoon, people approached us to talk about their experiences of the attack and to thank us for speaking up. The residents of Waukesha are well aware that the government and media are lying and covering up the attack.”National Justice Party Statement
The evidence, mostly gathered by combing through Brooks’ social media accounts and originally reported by National-Justice last year, suggests that Brooks has a hatred of White people and supports the now infamous and markedly corrupt Black Lives Matter movement. Also a rapper, many of his songs contained lyrics that revealed a disturbing trend of black supremacist ideology, which the NJP contends was the main motivator behind his vehicular rampage.
Brooks also denied fleeing any incident before the alleged attack and admitted this to National-Justice and Media2Rise reporters during a jailhouse interview conducted in 2021.
While most of the victims in the alleged attack were White, all six of those who died—including 8-year-old Jackson Sparks—were of European descent.
For the Justice Report’s ongoing, day-by-day coverage of the trial of Darrell Brooks, you view it here. For a rundown of the Parade attack and all of the events leading up to the trial, you can see that here.
The Justice Report’s on-the-ground coverage is ongoing and this article will continue to be updated as details emerge.