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Wikipedia and several news outlets have been criticized for reducing the intensity of the alleged massacre at the Waukesha, Wisconsin Christmas Parade, where a man plowed through a crowd of people killing six people.
Internet users searching Wikipedia Sunday’s raid, With 6 deaths and more than 60 people injured, ”request to change the title of this article 2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade Event There is Is under discussion. “
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Additionally, searching users “2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade Car RampageRedirected to a site that says “2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade Car Crash”.
Reporters and media across the country have been criticized for referring to the attack, saying prosecutors have done more than “parade crash” in a deliberate attempt to inflict as much destruction as possible on 39-year-old Darrell Brooks. Or the massacre.
“He is charged with willful manslaughter,” the Daily Wire’s Ryan Savedra called the attack a “crash” in response to CBS News. “It’s not a“ crash ”.
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“‘Parade Crash’ is not the most accurate way to describe someone deliberately riding on a car with its car,” the Washington Examiner’s Jerry Dunleavy added.
“It’s not an ‘accident,'” Benny Johnson of Turning Point USA tweeted. “This was not a parade crash. The murderer did not flee from the crime.
Eight-year-old Jackson Sparks died Tuesday, the sixth person killed after an SUV plowed into a Christmas parade over the weekend.
Other victims were identified as Wilhelm Hospel, 81, on Monday; Virginia Sorenson, 79; LeeAnna Owen, 71; Tamara Durand, 52; And Jane Kulich, 52.
Brooks was charged Tuesday with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide, which carries a mandatory life sentence if convicted. His bail was set at $ 5 million and a preliminary hearing was set for January 14. Waukesha County District Attorney Susan Oper said additional charges related to Sparks’ death and more than 60 people will come later this week or next week.
Greg Norman of LBL contributed to this report