The letter was intercepted in November by a 34-year-old Denver- area man who was being held with Clark at the Federal Detention Center in Littleton. The man has since been released.
He provided the letter to the Rocky, he said, because he believed it was the right thing to do and he wanted to bring Williams' family peace.
He also has talked to prosecutors and contacted the Broncos about a $100,000 reward offered by the team.
Am I the only one that thinks this part sounds particularly odd?
He 'intercepted' the letter in Prison and now he's providing it to the RMN and wants to collect his reward from the Broncos? Kinda wierd if you ask me.
Honestly, I hope that it's all true and it leads to finding the real killer, but it just sounds a bit odd, IMO.