‘I will break out soon and I will kill more’: Illegal immigrant who killed two cops LAUGHS in court as he promises to do it again

Thursday, January 18, 2018
By Paul Martin

Luis Bracamontes, 37, is standing trial for the 2014 murders of Sacramento Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Davis Jr.
Bracamontes admitted to the murders and said he’d ‘break out soon’ and ‘kill more’ in Sacramento Superior Court on Tuesday
These outbursts caused Judge Steve White to send the jury out of the courtroom
The trial will continue, despite Bracamontes’ defense attorney’s attempts to have him ruled incompetent to stand trial
Bracamontes is in the United States illegally and has been arrested and deported multiple times, prior to his murderous rampage in October 2014

18 January 2018

An illegal immigrant laughed as he admitted to killing two Sacramento-area police officers and pledged to do it again, in a series of chilling courtroom outbursts on Tuesday.

Luis Bracamontes, 37, is standing trial at Sacramento Superior Court for the 2014 murders of Sacramento Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Davis Jr.

‘I wish I could have killed more of those motherf***ers,’ Bracamontes said, before Judge Steve White, according to the Sacramento Bee.

‘I will break out soon, and I will kill more, kill whoever gets in front of me.’

Bracamontes, who has requested the death penalty at several hearings throughout the process leading up to his trial, didn’t stop there.

‘There’s no need for a f***ing trial,’ he said, grinning and laughing as prosecutor Rod Norgaard described the violent events that unfolded at Bracamontes’ hand on October 24, 2014.

This outburst led to the judge ordering the jury temporarily out of the room.

Throughout the opening statements the defendant grinned, smiled, laughed and refused to remain quiet.

As this happened, Bracamontes’ public defense attorney, Jeffrey Barbour requested Judge White reconsider whether his client was mentally competent to stand trial.

Despite the multiple outbursts made by Bracamontes, Judge White said that the trial would continue, and ordered the jury not to consider what Bracamontes said that day.

The trial will go on as planned even though Bracamontes’ lawyer does not dispute that his client killed the officers.

His client is also charged with wounding another deputy and shooting a motorist throughout the course of that day in 2014.

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