Report: Judge Went Into Hiding After White Supremacists Ordered Hit | Talking Points Memo

A Colorado county judge spent several weeks in hiding this month, after being warned that a “hit” had been ordered against him by the same white supremacist prison gang that was tied to the killing of Colorado’s prisons chief earlier this year.Evan Ebel, a member of the prison gang known as the 211 Crew, was suspected in the March killing of Colorado Department of Corrections chief Tom Clements. A few days after Clements’ murder, Ebel died as a result of injuries sustained during a high-speed chase, car crash, and subsequent shoot-out with sheriff’s deputies in Texas.

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