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Published On: Mon, Feb 12th, 2018

Illegal cop killer Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes mocks the court, ‘I’m going to kill more cops soon’

A California illegal immigrant mocked the court after found guilty of murder two deputies in 2014 and threatened “to kill more cops soon” as he was taken away.
Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes, 37, was found guilty of the Oct. 24, 2014, shootings that killed Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael Davis Jr.

As the guilty verdict was read in court, Bracamontes gave a sinister smile and said, “Yay,” later adding “I’m going to kill more cops soon.”

Bracamontes’ comments were similar to the ones he made on January 16.

“I don’t f***ing regret that s***,” when he said. “Only thing that I f***ing regret is that I f***ing just killed two. I wish I killed more of those motherf***ers. … I will break out soon, and I will kill more. Whoever f***ing get in front of me, just like that. There’s no need for a f***ing trial.”

He now faces a potential death penalty.

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Defense attorneys argued that Bracamontes was mentally ill and high on methamphetamine during the shootings and should be spared. But a judge found him competent to stand trial.

Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for Bracamontes when the sentencing phase of his trial begins March 5.

Bracamontes, a Mexican citizen who repeatedly entered the United States illegally, has shouted in court that he is guilty and asked to be put to death.

He has also threatened to kill his defense attorneys.

Public defender Norm Dawson told Superior Court Judge Steve White that his client is continuing his outbursts because he believes he cannot physically be killed. The defense told the jury its client is responsible for both deputy’s deaths but also claimed he was high on methamphetamine at the time and didn’t know right from wrong, reports CBS Sacramento.

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- Catherine "Kaye" Wonderhouse, a proud descendant of the Wunderhaus family is the Colorado Correspondent who will add more coverage, interviews and reports from this midwest area.

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