Brooks, 40, was found guilty on all 76 charges arising from the 2021 Christmas parade assault, including six counts of first-degree intentional murder with a deadly weapon
Judge Jennifer Dorow sentenced Brooks to life without parole for each of six counts of first-degree intentional murder with a deadly weapon. Sentences were sequential.
Dorow also sentenced Brooks to hundreds of years on the other 70 crimes he was convicted of last month.
Brooks was given 17.5 years for each of 61 charges of endangering safety with a hazardous weapon.
"You have no regrets. Dorow said Brooks, "You're heartless." "Nobody is safe from you, Mr. Brooks," she said.
Brooks told the court he tries to comprehend why this tragedy occurred.
Brooks: "I struggle with that question." "Why, how." How did life become so bad? I know who I am despite what others think of me, my family, or my values. God recognizes me. I'm not angry," he said.