Chilling moment accused murderer in spit mask threatens judge who has gone viral for her kind gestures in court
Published 27/09/2016 | 21:53
A man accused of three murders threatened a judge that is renowned for her kind gestures in court.
Brice Rhodes, who is accused of killing three people including two teenagers, was wearing a spit mask when he was wheeled into Judge Amber Wolf's court in Jefferson District, Kentucky.
His profanity-laced tirade was caught on video.
"Why you all havin' me come in like this for?" Rhodes' muffled voice asked from behind the spit mask, according to a courtroom video obtained by WDRB.com.
He added after an angry, expletive-filled protest; "I don't care what I've been charged with."
He continued; "I don't care! I don't care!
"Don't you think I'm gonna **** find out where you live at?...*** I don't give a *** about none of that! I didn't do ***! I'll be out!"
"You got family! I'll be out!"
The judge charged him with assault in the fourth degree, minor injury, terroristic threatening in the third degree and harassment with physical contact.