An inmate that was caught on tape ordering a murder for hire later admitted to it and still was found “not guilty” by a jury.
Since the shooting of Colorado’s Corrections department chief late last month and the death of a district attorney in Texas last weekend prosecutors in both states have been more mindful than ever about personal security.
There is new evidence linking Evan Ebel to a murder in Colorado.
A former Colorado inmate and white supremacist at the center of a two-state mystery is dead after a high-speed chase and shootout with Texas deputies. Now investigators are trying to piece together whether he killed the chief of Colorado prisons and a pizza delivery man, and where he was headed when Texas police tried to pull him over.
Four years ago someone gunned down and killed a prosecutor on the steps of his Denver home. His murderer has never been found.
DENVER (CBS4) – Three years after An Adams County prosecutor was gunned down outside his home police have a new lead in the case. Now police are hoping someone will recognize the men in surveillance […]