Illegal immigrant cop killer smirks at the death sentence– and relatives grin back



Illegal immigrant alleged cop killer, he wants to be ‘killed’

Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes is accused of killing two California police interrupts the first day of the trial with profane outbursts.

Illegal immigrant Luis Bracamontes smiled again Tuesday when a California jury gave him a death sentence after being convicted in 2014 killing of two police officers, but this time, the deputies’ families gave the cold-blooded killer a taste of his own medicine.

“I smiled back to him deliberately,” Jeri Oliver, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver’ s mother, told The Sacarmento Bee after court. Debbie McMahon, the mother of the fallen Placer County Sheriff Detective Michael Davis Jr., agreement “to smile at him for a change.”

The convicted cop killer made headlines during his trial in January, when he smiled, and went into a profanity-laced rant in court, saying: “I wish I had killed more of the mother——-s,” and promised “more to kill, to kill everyone in front of me … There is no need for a f-ing trial.”

He also shouted in court that he was guilty and asked to be killed. The defense tried to convince the judge for a plea of not guilty on account of insanity.

After hours of deliberation Tuesday, a Sacramento Superior Court jury ruled that Bracamontes will get what he asked for and received the death penalty for his gruesome crimes.

As the verdict was read, the illegal immigrant from Mexico was still clapping and laughing, sometimes at the families of the slain deputies, the Sacramento Bee reported.

Bracamontes went on a multi-county killing rampage in 2014, the killing of Oliver and Davis.

We are very grateful for the jury’s decision to sentence Luis Bracamontes to death for the murders of Det Michael Davis Jr. And Dep Danny Oliver. It is a fair decision appropriate for his crimes.

— Placer Sheriff (@PlacerSheriff) March 27, 2018

The decision comes a few days after Janelle Monroy, his wife, was sentenced to nearly 50 years in prison for helping her husband to murder the delegates. The jury rejected her argument last month that she is afraid Bracamontes would kill her if she not help him.


Bracamontes’ wife, Janelle Monroy, was sentenced last week to 50 years in prison.

(Sacramento Bee via Associated Press)

Family members and law enforcement officials were reluctant to speak during the trial, but on the judgment day, many finally formulated their vision.

“I feel free to say it now. He is a despicable and evil man, and the death penalty is fully appropriate,” the author of the Sheriff of Devon, Bell told the Bee. Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones said that the verdict “a step on the road to righteousness.”

A photo of slain Sacramento County sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver.

(Associated Press)

Despite the sentence, but it remains to be seen whether Bracamontes will actually be put to death. The last time California executed a prisoner was in 2006. An average waiting time for the execution is almost 18 years due to legal challenges to the state of the methods of implementation.

The convicted cop killer back to court in late April for a formal condemnation by the court. The Families of the fallen officers in the address of the court and Bracamontes.

“I feel free to say it now. He is a despicable and evil man, and the death penalty is entirely appropriate.”

– Placer County Sheriff Devon Bell

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter @LukasMikelionis.

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