I will break out soon… and kill more!

I will break out soon… and kill more!

Darren Sullivan
January 19, 2018

He is on trial for the alleged murders of Sacramento sheriff's deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County sheriff's detective Michael Davis Jr. during a 2014 crime spree.

The defendant, Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes, 37, called one of the officers a "coward" and said, "I wish I had killed more of the mother--s".

Bracamontes showed no remorse on Wednesday, even giggling during opening statements. "The only thing I f--ing regret is I only killed two", he shouted. He also stared at the dead deputies' families.

Smiling broadly, Bracamontes added, "I will break out soon and I will kill more, kill whoever gets in front of me.There's no need for a f-- trial". "There's no need for a f*cking trial", the illegal alien said as he smiled.

After the juries returned to the courtroom, the judge reminded them that they were not to consider Bracamontes' outbursts when they finally deliberate the case.

By the time court broke for a morning recess at 10:30, White said deputies had told him that Bracamontes had agreed to behave, and the judge said he would allow him to return. "If you do, you will be removed from the courtroom", the Sacramento Bee reported.

Bracamontes' attorneys claimed that the outburst was evidence that their client is unfit to stand trial and asked Judge White to reconsider the defendant's mental competency.

White told Bracamontes he had the right to attend court but could not continue to disrupt proceedings and had him removed.

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Bracamontes is a Mexican citizen who repeatedly entered the United States illegally. Facing the death penalty, it's not the first time the illegal immigrant has acted out.

Bracamontes faces the death penalty if found guilty.

He wrote a suicide note and tried to gas himself in his house before surrendering to authorities. "Please take me with you".

"The evidence is going to show that this woman who loved this man and was married to him for years was stuck in a vehicle with a insane person", the lawyer said.

Bracamontes, who appears in court with shackles on his legs and a waist chain restraining his arms, was escorted back in and maintained his composure for the rest of the day as prosecutor Rod Norgaard summoned witnesses to retrace the couple's journey from their Utah home to Sacramento.

The case has drawn widespread media attention, partly because of Bracamontes' status as an illegal immigrant and his history of arrests and deportations in Arizona.

The widows of Davis and Oliver-Jessica Davis and Susan Oliver-were special guests at President Donald Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress last February.