Tattooed white supremacist cop-killer loses right to counsel for threatening lawyers, calling them 'a-- clowns': Utah court Utah’s Supreme Court stripped Curtis Allgier of his right to legal counsel after he repeatedly threatened and bullied his court-appointed attorneys. The heavily tattooed 27-year-old, serving a life sentence for killing a prison guard, terrorized the lawyers with ‘less than veiled threats’ and called them ‘quacks’ and ‘a-- clowns’ in court motions. ‘NEVER ... will they have the honor of being in my Aryan GOD presence or having any kind of contact with me period!!’ he once wrote. BY Meg Wagner NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, January 30, 2015, 11:25 AM AP Curtis Allgier lost his right to counsel after he repeatedly threatened and bullied his attorneys, Utah's Supreme Court ruled. You have the right to legal counsel — until you call your lawyers “a-- clowns.” Utah’s white supremacist cop-killer lost his right to counsel after he repeatedly threatened and bullied his attorneys, the state’s Supreme Court ruled last Friday. Curtis Allgier, the tattoo-covered inmate convicted of murdering a prison guard, terrorized a number of his court-appointed attorneys with “less than veiled threats,” his lawyers said. He once wrote they were “the dumbest a-- clowns,” Courthouse News reported. The 27-year-old had just begun a 104-month sentence for weapons offenses when he shot and killed Officer Stephen Anderson during a struggle for the cop’s gun in 2007. Allgier — whose many facial tattoos include a swastika and the words ”skin head” — represented himself during the murder charges. He took a life sentence plea in 2012. He was appointed a lawyer for his appeal, and a month later, the convict demanded a new attorney. The second lawyer quit over an "irreparable breakdown in the attorney-client relationship,” according to court documents. Allgier wasn’t satisfied with the next two attorneys, either. In a court motion, Allgier wrote that he “refuse(d) these quacks forced upon” him. More complaints from the criminal “consistently referred to counsel in demeaning and derogatory terms,” the Utah Supreme Court wrote in its ruling. Allgier, serving a life sentence for killing a cop, called his lawyers ‘a-- clowns’ and ‘quacks,’ in court motions. Previous Next Enlarge Laura Seitz/AP In one especially sneering motion, Allgier said his lawyers were “ the dumbest a-- clowns I've ever had the EXTREME dishonorable displeasure of being forced to know were even somehow on the planet, let alone incompetently and ineffectively misrepresented by, and NEVER ... will they have the honor of being in my Aryan GOD presence or having any kind of contact with me period!!" He demanded only female lawyers and refused to meet with or talk to the ones already on his case, the court said. Then, Allgier grew more threatening, the lawyers claimed. He sent documents to one of the attorney's home — an address the lawyer never gave him. “He knows how to find people outside of prison,” the lawyers wrote in a court motion. That prompted the Supreme Court to strip Allgier of his right to counsel. He "has repeatedly engaged in extreme dilatory, disruptive, and threatening conduct that constitutes a forfeiture of his right to counsel for the limited remainder of the proceedings on appeal," the court wrote. Allgier is serving his life sentence in an Idaho maximum security prison.