In May, after he was convicted of killing his wife and son, Michael Fisher tried to grab a deputy's gun in the courtroom.
Thursday, he threatened to kill the judge who sentenced him to prison.
"I am going to come back and get every last one that did something to me," Fisher told Calhoun County Circuit Court Judge Allen Garbrecht. "I will get you first and then the rest who ran their mouths against me.
"As evil grips me, as hell surrounds me and as man smothers me, I am coming back," Fisher, 43, said.
But then he was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole for the Dec. 28, 2006 shooting deaths of his wife, Candy Fisher, 38, and his son, Michael Fisher II, 12.
"Justice will be served to sentence you to life without parole," Garbrecht said, as Fisher broke into a grin. "This sentence can't possibly heal the wounds you inflicted on a lot of people. There is nothing more to be said."