A man wanted in connection to the murder of the Colorado prison chief says he doesn't know the suspect in that case.
While authorities investigated Tom Clements' murder, Thomas Goulee's name emerged as a person of interest due to his association with the 211s, the white supremacist gang that Evan Ebel was a member of.
Ebel, who died in a shootout in Texas last month, is the only suspect in the Clements case.
Goulee was arrested in mid-April on a parole violation in mid-April.
Goulee told The Denver Post that he has never met Ebel, though he did have contact with him once when Ebel passed him a note in prison years ago.
In the note, Goulee said Ebel was just asking for stamps.
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