The judge overseeing the trial for the man accused of killing six and wounding dozens in a 2021 Christmas parade said Friday the defendant was frightening her in court.

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Darrell Brooks Jr., 40, slammed the table with his fists and became silent while fixing Judge Jennifer Dorow with an unblinking stare

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shortly after she said his accusations the state had coached his own witnesses "had absolutely no basis in fact."

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"This man right now is having a stare-down with me. It's very disrespectful. He pounded his fist.

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Frankly, it makes me scared," Judge Jennifer Dorow said in court while the jury was out of the room on Friday, calling for a break in proceedings.

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Deep into Kansas City territory, Justin Herbert took a shotgun snap and focused Gerald Everett on the purpose line.

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Brooks has been representing himself in a trial fraught with his frequent interruptions and outbursts in what prosecutors have characterized as an attempt to "stall, delay, disrupt, intimidate."

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Brooks is accused of driving a red SUV down the Waukesha, Wisconsin, parade route late last year and charged with six counts of first-degree intentional homicide

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He claimed several of the witnesses had been "schooled" by the district attorney's office, statements Dorow said were baseless.

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