Waco Tragedy News
|June 28, 2015, 2:20 pm|
A state district judge ruled Tuesday that a Dallas attorney can have a copy of a Twin Peaks franchisee’s video of the May 17 biker shootout, but the judge barred the release of the video to the public.
|June 28, 2015, 2:14 pm|
The May 17 war zone around Twin Peaks cost lives, liberties and livelihoods, but local companies monitoring GPS ankle bracelets and writing bail bonds have enjoyed a virtual biker bonanza in recent months.
|June 26, 2015, 1:51 pm|
A Dallas attorney, seeking video of the May 17 biker shootout from the Twin Peaks restaurant franchisee, filed a motion Friday to sanction the city of Waco for filing what he called a “frivolous” motion to quash a subpoena for the video.
|June 25, 2015, 1:47 pm|
The city of Waco is seeking to quash a subpoena issued to the former Waco Twin Peaks franchise holder for video of the May 17 shootout that left nine bikers dead and 20 wounded.
|June 23, 2015, 1:44 pm|
The Bandidos Motorcycle Club released a statement Monday responding to police and other accounts of the May 17 shootout at Twin Peaks that killed nine people, injured another 20 and landed 177 people in jail.
|June 7, 2015, 11:09 pm|
As a veteran, community member and sworn defender of the U.S. Constitution, I’ve been too quiet. I’ve waited to see how facts emerged from this Twin Peaks incident in Waco. Apparently they are not going to be released in a timely manner.
|June 6, 2015, 1:06 pm|
As more bikers are released from McLennan County Jail, the accounts of what led up to the deadly shootout at Twin Peaks come into sharper conflict with each other.
|June 5, 2015, 12:32 pm|
Video of the deadly May 17 Twin Peaks shootout between rival biker gangs shows “Bandidos executing Cossacks and Cossacks executing Bandidos,” a prosecutor said Friday at a bond-reduction hearing for a Cossack from Northeast Texas.
|June 4, 2015, 1:28 pm|
The Texas Commission on Jail Standards performed an unannounced inspection of the McLennan County Jail and adjacent Jack Harwell Detention Center after 37 online complaints were received from suspects jailed after the May 17 shootout at Twin Peaks restaurant.
|May 29, 2015, 3:03 pm|
The owner of a local landscaping business who was jailed with more than 170 other bikers after the deadly May 17 Twin Peaks shootout has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit, alleging his arrest and detention are unlawful.
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