Outrageous Aunt of Slain Cop on Court Outburst by Illegal Immigrant Killer: 'My Blood Is Boiling'
The aunt of a police officer killed in 2014 by an illegal immigrant in California expressed her anger and disgust Thursday after the suspect's profane outburst in court this week.
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."
If convicted, Bracamontes could face the death penalty for murdering the two officers, Detective Michael Davis Jr. and Deputy Sheriff Danny Oliver, on the same day in Oct. 2014.
Bracamontes, who has admitted to the killings in previous hearings, also wounded Oliver's partner, Scott Brown.
“I can’t believe the state of California is protecting these illegal aliens” –Aunt of fallen Deputy reacts to lack of remorse by his illegal immigrant killer pic.twitter.com/Om1v43ohAM
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Davis' aunt, Pam Davis Owens, joined "Fox & Friends" on Thursday, saying her "blood is boiling" after Bracamontes' disgusting proclamations.
"Illegal alien: call it what it is," she said, taking issue with California's decision to become a sanctuary for so-called undocumented immigrants.
Her 43-year-old nephew's killer had already been deported several times before the killings. Owens asked why the case has taken more than three years to get to trial.
"I want him to get the death penalty and I want to be there to watch him draw his last breath."
Owens said she and everyone she knows supports the Trump administration's position against sanctuary cities, calling for criminal prosecutions of officials responsible for the policies.
Watch the interview above.