He was paroled. The parole board told him to admit guilt but he would not. He was paroled anyway. He has been living, more or less, in the Trenton area and has resumed his activist ways over the past few years. He has run for various offices, including the US Senate, even though he had no money or party support. He has continually pushed for Immigration reform, prison reform, oversight of the criminal justice system, and for conservative causes. The local politicians want to be rid of him because he tells the truth to anyone who will listen.
During his most recent parole review the board again told him to admit to the “crime”. He refused. They then took action to revoke his parole. New Jersey Parole Board employees arrested Brooks May 2012, they charged him with violating conditions of his parole, citing his failure to admit guilt during counseling the Board forced him to undertake a few years ago despite years of infraction-free parole.
Join us on our
Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network: