Autopsies Released for Bikers Killed in Twin Peaks Shooting

Autopsies Released for Bikers Killed in Twin Peaks Shooting

A rugged cross has been erected at the site of the Twin Peaks shooting, which happened in the parking lot.

WACO (August 13, 2015) Judge Walter H. “Pete” Peterson on Thursday released final autopsy reports in connection with the nine motorcycle riders who died on May 17 in the Twin Peaks biker gang shootout.

The preliminary autopsy reports released months ago confirmed all nine died of gunshot wounds and the final reports supported those conclusions but provided much more detail about those wounds and other issues discovered in the autopsies.

Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, died of gunshot wounds from a medium-caliber weapon that fired a copper-jacketed bullet, the final autopsy report says.

One of the bullets entered the left side of his face, the other entered the right side of his back.

There was no soot or stippling associated with the wounds, indicating the bullets were fired from several feet away.

Toxicology performed in association with the ……….. read more here.

 

By: KWTX Staff

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