COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Colorado cops have a ‘person of interest’ behind bars in connection with last month`s murder of the state’s prison chief Tom Clements.
They picked up Thomas Guolee, 31, in Colorado Springs on a warrant for parole violation. Goulee is said to be an associate of Evan Ebel, the suspected gunman who died in a shootout in Texas a few days after Clements’s murder.
James Lohr is the third former prison inmate at the center of the investigation. Cops arrested him earlier this month.
Investigators say all three of these dudes belonged to the 211 Crew, a white supremacist prison gang, one of the gangs Clements was trying to put out of business.
And now the co-founder of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas says his former buddies celebrated the assassinations of Kaufman County district attorney Mike McLelland, his wife Cynthia, and assistant DA Mark Hasse.
In an interview with USAToday, John Murray wouldn’t finger the guys in the gang he helped put together. But he did say that even though the white supremacists are not a very smart bunch of guys,
They are not dumb enough to put out a hit on someone in law enforcement. But then again, if they were smart, they wouldn’t be on the inside looking out.