White supremacist killed

Police in Texas have shot a white supremacist prison gang member who they believe could be behind the murder of the Colorado Department of Corrections chief earlier this week.
Evan Ebel, 28, was gunned down by officers in north Texas Thursday afternoon after he shot and wounded a sheriff's deputy and led police on a dramatic 100mph chase
during which he repeatedly fired out the window at the squad cars pursuing him.

Ebel's black Cadillac sedan with Colorado license plates matches the description of the car seen fleeing the home of Tom Clements, Colorado's top prisons official, who was shot dead when he answered his door at his home in Monument, Colorado, on Tuesday.
Ebel is a member of '211 Crew,' a white supremacist prison gang that has been responsible for numerous high-profile crimes in Colorado. He was on parole after he was convicted of robbery.