The parents of a jailed white supremacist say they don't think he, or anyone in his group, would be capable of murdering a federal judge's husband and mother.
Matthew Hale has been convicted of soliciting an informant to kill Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow. And investigators say he and his associates are still part of the investigation of her relatives' deaths.
Evelyn Hutcheson says her son's associates are afraid of the government and says they're "scared puppies."
She and Hale's father say they're concerned they may be denied visits to their incarcerated son.
Police say they're still investigating hundreds of tips in last Monday's double-murder. They are also hoping DNA evidence can be gathered from evidence collected at the crime scene.