Former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis mentioned on Monday that the suspect concerned within the Wisconsin Christmas parade tragedy should have been “separated from society” contemplating his legal background.

“It’s remarkable that the district attorney’s office has already said that he should have been held on higher bail,” Davis instructed “America Reports.” 

“You look at the raw video footage of him not only mowing down, but driving over people. All he had to do was stop that car, just stop doing what he was doing. So the intent to murder was clearly there after he had the first person. This is a very serious case,” Davis mentioned.

WISCONSIN CHRISTMAS PARADE TRAGEDY RESULTS IN MULTIPLE DEATHS, INJURIES; SUSPECT IN CUSTODY

Authorities in a Milwaukee suburb continued in a single day to cope with the aftermath after a crimson SUV plowed into Christmas parade marchers and spectators Sunday night, hanging greater than 20 adults and kids.

Waukesha metropolis officers confirmed that a minimum of 5 folks had died and greater than 40 suffered accidents. They warned that each numbers might change, with extra info anticipated at a news convention anticipated Monday afternoon. 

A Roman Catholic priest, a number of parishioners, and Catholic schoolchildren have been amongst these injured on the parade, an Archdiocese of Milwaukee spokeswoman instructed The Associated Press.

Chilling movies on social media confirmed the SUV hitting parade individuals, with audibly loud screams from those that witnessed the horror. Other movies confirmed folks operating to assistance from the injured people.

“Oh my God!” a girl shouts again and again in a single video after a gaggle of women in Santa Claus hats and waving white pompoms is struck. Another video reveals members of a marching band getting hit, the AP reported.

Darrell Brooks, the lone suspect, is anticipated to be charged Tuesday, based on the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office. 

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Davis mentioned within the “90s,” legislation enforcement realized that the one technique to cease additional victimization of individuals was to place offenders in jail. However, “new theories” associated to the legal justice system have prevented that.

“Unfortunately, the D.A.’s offices around the country are acting as if no one should go to jail in some cases. So they have to look closely at what happened here and make sure the innocent people don’t suffer because of these new theories.”

Davis went on to say, “This guy should have been separated from society.”