Evan Spencer Ebel
A Saudi national convicted of sexually abusing his housekeeper should remain behind bars in Colorado in case investigators find some link between him and the slaying of the state’s prisons director, a prosecutor said Friday.
A Saudi national who was denied a request to serve out the remainder of a Colorado prison sentence in Saudi Arabia is suing the state prison system, alleging mistreatment following the death of prisons director Tom Clements.
The ex-convict suspected in the killing of Colorado’s prison chief who was mistakenly released from prison four years early slipped off his electronic monitoring bracelet, but parole officials didn’t realize he had fled until just hours before the slaying.
Colorado court officials have vowed to review procedures to ensure that a clerical mistake that allowed the early release of a prisoner — who then went on to allegedly shoot the state’s corrections director last month — doesn’t happen again.
Two months after one of his assistant prosecutors was gunned down, a north Texas district attorney and his wife were found killed in their home, authorities said.
Within a day of arriving at his first permanent prison, Evan Spencer Ebel, the suspect in last week’s slaying of Colorado’s prisons chief, got into a fight.
Investigators found bomb-making materials and pants that appeared to have blood on them in the car of a man suspected of killing Colorado’s prisons chief, according to documents made public Tuesday.
Corrections’ officials and guards from as far away as Morocco are among the hundreds of people honoring the Colorado prisons’ chief killed last week while answering his front door.
Attorney Jack Ebel testified before the Colorado Legislature two years ago that solitary confinement in a Colorado prison was destroying the psyche of his son, Evan.
There is new evidence linking Evan Ebel to a murder in Colorado.