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Alleged triple murderer Brice Rhodes threatens Kentucky judge and her family in court

September 28, 2016  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Alleged triple murderer Brice Rhodes  threatens Kentucky judge and her family in court

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Triple murder suspect Brice Rhodes who police say stabbed two teenagers to death to cover up another killing now faces additional charges after he threatened a judge in a Louisville, Kentucky courtroom on Friday.

Video footage obtained by WDRB exhibited Brice Rhodes continually pledging to track down Judge Amber Wolf and her family.

Court officers had to wheel Rhodes in court wearing a spit mask on charges of attacking and wounding one inmate in August and spitting on another this month.

“I’m gonna keep talking because I don’t want to have to see you back here for this,” Judge Wolf stated during the heated dialogue, which was being recorded.

“I don’t care! I don’t care!” Rhodes responded. “Don’t you think I’m gonna [expletive] find out where you live at? … [expletive] I don’t give a [expletive] about none of that! I didn’t do [expletive]! I’ll be out!”

“So you’re saying you’re going to find out where I live?” the judge said.

Brice Rhodes accused of killing three people  (LOUISVILLE METRO CORRECTIONS)

Brice Rhodes accused of killing three people (LOUISVILLE METRO CORRECTIONS)

“I don’t give a [expletive] about none of that!” Rhodes should, who was strapped to a seat and sporting a faceguard. “You got a family! I’ll be out!”

Rhodes is facing charges of terroristic threats and intimidating a participant.

The reputed menace is also charged with murdering 14-year-old Larry Ordway and 16-year-old Maurice Gordon back in May after the scorched remains of both victims were left behind an abandoned house, authorities reported.

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The no-nonsense judge charged Rhodes with making terroristic threats

Investigators maintain Rhodes was tying up loose ends when he murdered Ordway and Gordon to prevent them from possibly talking about his involvement in the fatal shooting death of Christopher Jones in early May.

It wouldn’t be the first time Judge Wolf, who stood rigid against Rhodes, had previously made headlines.

She displayed her sympathetic side back in August when she permitted an emotional prison inmate to meet his 1-month-old infant for the first time in her courtroom.

Additionally, Judge Wolf had also displayed her outrage when a woman was brought into the courtroom from jail without wearing any pants.

Both videos can be viewed below.

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