A jury convicted Luis Bracamontes Friday in the 2014 slayings of two Sacramento-area deputies, giving the self-confessed cop killer what he has insisted he wanted all along: a chance at being executed. Bracamontes is a Mexican citizen who had been deported repeatedly and had a felony drug and weapons history in Arizona. “I’m gonna kill more cops soon,” he threatened as he was taken out of the Sacramento Superior Court. Bracamontes' wife, whose trial on murder and other charges was held simultaneously – but before a separate jury – is still awaiting a verdict. She could be sentenced to 25 years to life if convicted of helping him carry out his crimes. Bracamontes has raged in the courtroom during hearings over the past three and a half years, alternately saying he killed the officers, wanted to kill more and wanted to be executed. Prosecutors are now seeking the death penalty. Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones said: "There's really no joy; it's more of I think a quiet satisfaction. Nothing can bring Danny back and so for that there will always be that void."