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United States of America 'Most Dangerous Psychopath' Convicted of Murder

Heavily Tattooed 'Psychopath' Dubbed 'One of the Most Dangerous People' Doctor had ever Evaluated
-Convicted of Murdering Four People


  • Prosecutors say Nikko Jenkins, 27, shot Juan Uribe-Pena, Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz, Curtis Bradford and Andrea Kruger in three separate Omaha ambushes over 10 days last summer
  • The rampage came after his July 30 release from prison without supervision
  • Jenkins, who is representing himself, filed a handwritten motion to the Douglas County District Court last week stating his intention to plead guilty
  • Wednesday he switched to no contest, which doesn't admit guilt
  • Jenkins said he did not remember killing anyone, only that an Egyptian god named Ahpophis ordered him to kill the four as human sacrifices
By AP, 17 April 2014


A Nebraska man described by one prison psychiatrist as a 'psychopath' and 'one of the most dangerous people' the doctor had ever evaluated was found guilty Wednesday of shooting dead four people last summer.
Nikko Jenkins, 27, who is representing himself, filed a handwritten motion to the Douglas County District Court last week stating his intention to plead guilty to all felony counts against him.

But on Wednesday, he pleaded no contest to the murder counts, eight weapons counts associated with the killings and two separate counts of being a felon with a gun. Judge Peter Bataillon found him guilty of all charges.





Guilty: Nikko Jenkins, pictured Wednesday, was found guilty of four counts of first-degree murder in the slayings of four Omaha people last summer.
He is led from court by Douglas County deputies in Omaha



A no-contest plea acknowledges there is sufficient evidence to convict but is not an admittance of guilt.

Prosecutors say Jenkins shot Juan Uribe-Pena, Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz, Curtis Bradford and Andrea Kruger in three separate ambushes over 10 days last summer after his July 30 release from prison without supervision.

While prosecutors say that Jenkins planned the killings to cover up robberies of the victims or to keep them from identifying him, Jenkins insisted he did not remember killing anyone, only that an Egyptian god named Ahpophis ordered him in a foreign language to kill the four as human sacrifices.

Dr. Eugene Oliveto, who serves as a psychiatrist for the prison system in Douglas County, testified in a February hearing on Jenkins' competency that Jenkins was a 'psychopath' and 'one of the most dangerous people I have ever evaluated.'

Bataillon found Jenkins competent to stand trial.

Jenkins had flipped between expressing his guilt and declaring his innocence since being charged with the killings in September. After initially pleading not guilty, he declared in November that he wanted to plead guilty.

He had changed his mind again by late January, saying he is mentally ill and should be released from jail.




Psychopath: A psychiatrist called Jenkins, pictured, a 'psychopath' and said he was 'one of the most dangerous' people he'd ever evaluated





Scene: Prosecutors say Jenkins shot Juan Uribe-Pena, Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz, Curtis Bradford and Andrea Kruger in three separate ambushes over 10 days last summer after his July 30 release from prison without supervision. Seen is the scene of two of the deaths


During a contentious two-hour hearing in which Jenkins cursed and attempted to introduce various arguments rejected by the judge, he said Wednesday that he wanted to plead guilty because he believes his constitutional rights are being violated and that he can't get a fair trial in state court.

The judge later let him plead no contest to the charges.

Jenkins had tried to plead no contest to all the charges earlier this month, but the judge refused to accept the plea because of the severity of the charges.

The judge later allowed Jenkins to plead no contest to the murder counts, as well, when Jenkins denied prosecutors' version of how Jenkins carried out the fatal shootings.

'My problem is, he disagrees with your factual analysis of the case,' Bataillon said to Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine, in explaining why he could not accept Jenkins' guilty pleas to the murder counts.

'He's not admitting to anything.'

Police say Jenkins used a sawed-off 12-gauge shotgun loaded with deer slugs August 11 to kill Cajiga-Ruiz and Uribe-Pena, whose bodies were found inside a pickup truck in southeast Omaha.

Eight days later, he used a small-caliber gun to kill Bradford, a one-time prison acquaintance. Then, on August 21, police say, Jenkins pulled Andrea Kruger from her SUV as she drove home from work and shot her four times before speeding off in her vehicle.




Death: Prosecutors said Wednesday they will still seek the death penalty for Jenkins

Prosecutors said Wednesday they will still seek the death penalty for Jenkins, who waived his right to a jury trial on the question of whether he should be put to death or sentenced to life in prison without parole. A three-judge panel will instead decide his fate.

Kleine said he doesn't know of a Nebraska case in which a person has been executed after pleading no contest to first-degree murder, but said Jenkins is not the first defendant to plead no contest and be convicted of first-degree murder.

Jenkins' release from prison is one of several that have prompted the state to reconsider its supervised release programs.

He had threatened violence while incarcerated and begged corrections officials to commit him to a mental health institution. A state ombudsman's report released in January faulted the department for its handling of the case.

Two bills introduced by Senator Brad Ashford of Omaha on the topic were passed by the Nebraska Legislature this year and are awaiting the governor's approval. One would provide more supervision for former inmates and another would create programs that help them transition back to society.
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Default Re: 'Most Dangerous Psychopath' Convicted of Murder

This would make a great psychopath movie to have come and how he came to that evaluation of him really makes me think what in inside of his brain.

And the 4 he shot/killed sounds like they were into something big a while back.....I only read it quickly.

He sure does look mas as hell!!!
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