GoFundMe reportedly banned Kyle Rittenhouse fundraisers from their platform a few days ago, claiming that its “terms of service prohibit raising money for the legal defense of an alleged violent crime.” However, according to a report by Law Enforcement Today, the crowdfunding platform did not remove a fundraiser for a suspect in the Christmas parade massacre, Darrell Brooks Jr. The campaign was also up until November 23.
However, it appears that the crowdfunding platform has now removed the fundraiser, as MEAWW could not find any page urging money for Brooks Jr. on the GoFundMe site, and MEAWW has reached out to GoFundMe for comment.
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