Suspicion in DA death shifts to white supremacists
KAUFMAN, Texas (AP) – Suspicion in the slayings of a Texas district attorney and his wife shifted Monday to a violent white supremacist prison gang that was the focus of a December law enforcement bulletin warning that its members might try to attack police or prosecutors.
And less than two weeks ago, Colorado’s prison chief was shot to death at his front door, apparently by a white supremacist ex-convict who died in a shootout with deputies after fleeing to Texas. SOURCE
I seriously have to wonder just WHO is the source for news stories.
The story above says that suspicion in DA death shifts to white supremacists, but then I find this from local sources.
Search Warrant Sheds Light on McLelland Investigation
Investigators: No indication Aryan Brotherhood involved
Several people who are familiar with the case downplayed any possible connection to white supremacist prison gang the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas.
Investigators say they have found nothing to indicate the Aryan Brotherhood was involved. SOURCE
Perhaps someone misunderstood, maybe someone wrote it down wrong, who knows, but one thing is a certainty; these stories contradict each other and both use the same person as a source, Terry Pelz, a former Texas prison warden and expert on the gang.
Maybe there was more information that came to light, information that caused the AB to be disregarded, there are a lot of things *popping* in this fast moving investigation and I hope the media isn’t muddying the waters.
Detectives have declined to say if the Aryan Brotherhood is the focus of their investigation, but the state Department of Public Safety bulletin warned that the group is “involved in issuing orders to inflict ‘mass casualties or death’ to law enforcement officials involved in the recent case.”
Killing law enforcement representatives would be uncharacteristic of the group, Pelz said.
“They don’t go around killing officials,” he said. “They don’t draw heat upon themselves.”
They don’t go around killing officials as far as you know.
Things change, priorities change, the AB is not the most mentally stable bunch. I hate to disagree with an expert on the AB but maybe they changed their method of operation, maybe the *threats* have become a reality.
The key word to ALL of this is MAYBE. You see, none of us not connected to this investigation know anything more than what the media releases or we hear from contacts inside some of the agencies involved, and so far, the agencies involved don’t know who did this either.
I have had a lot of emails from readers all over the nation, offering their ideas on this and some have been right along the same line of thinking that most Law Enforcement personnel have, AB or Cartels, but I got a comment from one reader that really surprised me.
DA may have stumbled onto something related to “Fast and Furious”. Don’t rule out the Obama regime in this.
Well yeah, let’s just venture off into MOONBAT land and conspiracy theory.
I don’t play those games, I have NO love for Obama and his regime, that is a known fact, but to even suggest something that silly, that Alex Jones, took greatly away from the person making that comment, and my saying so may cost me a reader but I honestly don’t care. I deal in facts and in this case, some viable possibilities, not PrisonPlanet BS.