Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers will consider more stringent bail laws after Waukesha Christmas carnage

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers told a local TV station he might support more stringent bail laws after career criminal Darrell Brooks was released on $1,000 bail and allegedly plowed into a Christmas parade, killing 6 and injuring more than 60.

Evers cautioned that all stakeholders would have to participate in the potential reforms, according to News 3, which conducted a year-end interview with the governor.

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“You hate to use tragedy like this to create an impetus to change,” he told the news station. “But if everybody sits back and takes a breath…maybe there’s a way that people that have a violent past could have higher bail. I’m open to that.”

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