The man accused of killing two Northern California deputies during a shooting spree in Sacramento and Placer counties was kicked out of court Wednesday after swearing at the judge.
Bracamontes appeared in handcuffs beside his attorney at the Sacramento County Superior Court, with two bailiffs directly behind him.
Bracamontes had repeated outbursts during the opening day of the trial, at one point saying he "will kill more". The two suspects in the case are Bracamontes, 37, a Mexican native was deported on numerous occasions before slipping back into the USA, and his American wife, Janelle Monroy 41, who faces life without parole. "There's no need for a f***ing trial", Bracamontes said. The judge again ordered the jury to leave the courtroom.
Bracamontes defense attorneys used his rant in court as a talking point, saying he is mentally unfit and cannot stand on trial.
The trial will go on as planned even though Bracamontes' lawyer does not dispute that his client killed the officers.
He is also accused of shooting a driver in the head to steal his vehicle and wounding another deputy.
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Monroy is also facing charges relating to the deaths of Deputy Danny Oliver and Detective Michael Davis.
"He shot them both", Barbour said.
Barbour said that Bracamontes did, in fact, shoot Davis and Oliver, but argued that their case will be to convince jurors to give the illegal alien a lighter sentence.
"Coward", Bracamontes reportedly blurted from his seat.
Along the way, it's undisputed that Bracamontes shot and killed Oliver and Davis. "I love you, Janelle".
"If you're asking for mercy, that ain't gonna f-- happen", he said.
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"The only thing I [expletive] regret is I only killed two", he added, reported Fox40.
Judge White instructed Bracamontes that whether he choses to help his attorney represent him was irrelevant to the trial moving forward.
"There was no need to prove all this s--", he told Judge Steve White.
Luis Bracamontes is seen smiling in the courtroom during opening statements.
Bracamontes has a history of arrests and has been deported twice from Arizona.
Monroy faces the possibility of life in prison, and will be tried by a separate jury.
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Patton said a 24-year-old man who was spotted recording the incident with his cellphone camera was also arrested at the scene. A spokesperson said the New Zealand High Commission had offered consular assistance to the injured person and their family.