Questions continue as bikers call for action, release of those jailed

Questions continue as bikers call for action, release of those jailed
A May 17 shootout left nine dead, 18 wounded and more than 170 individuals jailed on $1 million bond.
The national media has moved on from the deadly May 17 brawl at Waco’s Twin Peaks that left nine dead, 18 wounded and more than 170 individuals jailed on $1 million bond. Local interest, however, remains and as the “bikers being bad” narrative originally put forth continues wearing increasingly thin and the biker community along with others share concerns over questionable legal maneuverings, potential civil liberty and property rights violations as well as government overreach.

The Waco Police Department initially controlled the message.

“What I want you all to understand: This is not a ………. read more here.

By Lou Ann Anderson

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