The Sacramento Bee would like you to believe that there’s a chance that convicted cop killer Luis Bracamontes will receive the death penalty…and that he’ll actually be executed by the state.
Who are they kidding?
Bracamontes was convicted last month in the slayings of Sacramento sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer sheriff’s Detective Michael Davis Jr.
He killed them in cold blood. If anyone deserves lethal injection it’s this psycho.
As Bracamontes was led down a staircase, he looked directly at the families of the deputies and cackled loudly.
Bracamontes was in the country illegally for most of his adult life, since sneaking over the border from Mexico at age 16, and his status as a cop-killing illegal immigrant has focused national attention on him from immigration opponents, including President Trump.
He had been deported several times and had been convicted in Arizona of drug crimes.
However, California is a sanctuary state, a place where people like Bracamontes are welcome. It is also a state that goes out of its way to not execute convicted killers.
So it’s hard to believe that even if a jury sentences him to death, Bracamontes won’t die of old age.