July 2, 2015

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Waco is leaking lies again.

Detective Manuel Chavez has admitted to a defense attorney that he perjured himself when he presented a fill in the name criminal complaint to Justice of the Peace Walter H. “Pete” Peterson on May 18.

Chavez presented the complaint which began, “Before me, the undersigned authority, personally appeared the affiant herein, a peace officer under the laws of Texas, who being duly sworn, on path made the following statements and accusations:

“My name is Manuel Chavez and I am commissioned as a peace officer with the City of Waco by The Stale of Texas. I hereby state upon my oath that I have reason to believe and do believe that heretofore, and before the making and filing of this Complaint, that on or about May 17, 2015, in McLennan County, Texas, the said” (insert name here) “dld then and there, as a member of a criminal street gang, commit or conspire to commit murder, capital murder, or aggravated assault, against the laws of the State.”

No Evidence

Peterson, who is a lay justice of the peace and not a lawyer, then ordered 177 people held on bonds of $1 million each. He explained the very high bail amounts by saying, “I think it is important to send a message. We had nine people killed in our community. These people just came in, and most of them were from out of town.”

Chavez has admitted and public officials in Waco are aware, that Chavez had no evidence at all about virtually all of the defendants against whom he claimed to have probable cause.

Chavez has also stated that he did not write the affidavit to which he swore. He has stated that it was written by “someone” in the District Attorney’s Office. The McLennan County District Attorney is Abelino “Abel” Reyna. The County’s Assistant District Attorneys are Michael Jarrett and Brandon Luce.


Chavez has also admitted that Peterson told him to swear to all 177 complaints and did not individually review each complaint – presumably to save time.

In Texas perjury may be either a Class A misdemeanor or a third degree felony. Felony perjury is punishable by a term of two to ten years in prison.

The Aging Rebel believes that Reyna, Jarrett and Luce are all aware of the misconduct. Under the rules of professional responsibility that govern American attorneys, lawyers are ethically bound to report the misconduct of other attorneys and judges.


68 Responses to “WacoGate”

  1. Brad Milch Says:


    Had the Waco PD, BATF&E & DPS NOT shot any rounds your question could be answered. The supposed brawl between some supposed bikers never had a chance to play out on its own before police intervention. If it had, there may have been fewer or more fatalities. We won’t know.

    You’re missing the big picture. Someone in Waco was unhappy with bikers gathering at Twin Peaks. Could have been just the cops, could have been the ones with the money they suck up to. The presence of Fed shooters suggests something in the works higher than Waco bacon.

    The objective was to shut down Twin Peaks & it’s biker patronage. In the old West days, the townsfolk would complain to the sheriff & he’s run someone out of town. In Waco, they shoot you out of town & then blame you for it. Waco was easy to pull off; have a fight start out between bikers & someone shoots. That’s all the cops needed to engage their weaponry. It could have been their own people or confidential informants that fired off a couple of rounds in the air or into some random bikers & fled the killing zone. That’s why the video is so important: people can match faces to the arrestee mugshots & determine who didn’t belong & who escaped arrest.

    The people running Twin Peaks have a mountain of lawsuits hanging in the air. They need to get their lawyers together & file conspiracy charges against the Waco PD & their backup.

    You have a right to your opinion. You won’t be the 1st to be suckered in by lying law enforcement covering their murdering behinds.

  2. Jim crawford Says:

    Re: Xplor

    I suspect that if the police hadn’t been conducting their undercover operations, it is probable that the casualties at the Twin Peaks restaurant would have been ZERO!

    It has become apparent that the Cossacks who were not members of the CoC were not being invited to the meetings. It would appear that the monthly meeting of the CoC had been moved ton the Waco Twin Peaks without an invitation being extended to the Cossacks in order to avoid a possible confrontation. The fact that the Cossacks were present and allegedly arrived early to set up an ambush raises questions about how they knew when and where the meeting would occur. It seems plausible that the various LEOs involved utilized their informants and undercover officers to discover where and when the meeting would occur and convey this information to the Cossacks. If this is true and LEO encouraged the Cossacks to set pan ambush to provide the police with a pretext to attack the bikers then make mass arrests, then the police are very much at fault for the massacre.

  3. Dasein Says:

    ummm…maybe none?

  4. xplor Says:

    One active shooter in the  Aurora theater killed 12 and wounded 70 before arrested. How many would have died if the cops were not at the Twin Peaks breastaurant  ?

  5. Glenn S. Says:

    My guess is that no public official will ever have to answer a criminal complaint. Because a public official would have to facilitate such a complaint. My guess is also that no judicial officer (whether “justice of the peace”, magistrate, judge, or justice) in the state of Texas will make any ruling that results in dismissal of any of these cases without the consent of the prosecution. Because doing so would concede that the law enforcement community is nothing but a totalitarian gang, unconcerned with the rule of law or the rights of the people, and the judicial branches of government generally act as an arm of the law enforcement community. My guess it that irresistible plea bargains will be offered to select defendants, likely those represented by public defenders who make it known that they won’t give 100% to fighting the case in front of a jury, and their false admissions of convenience under coercion will be widely reported as “justice tempered with mercy” by the news media before any jury trials. My guess is that judges will allow questionable evidence by prosecutors and disallow evidence presented by defense attorneys, during jury trials. Cops posing as experts will be allowed to spin tales based on stated beliefs rather than provable facts. There will probably be some convictions and some acquittals. Civil rights lawsuits will languish in the courts and will probably be eventually dismissed for technicalities or settled with the stipulation that officials did nothing wrong. The citizenry will yawn. Eventually, doctored and redacted portions of the videos will be replayed, ad nauseam, on law enforcement friendly television “documentaries”. The cops involved will be promoted. The next cops to be in a similar situation will have that in mind.

    IMHO, the best result possible (as opposed to the best possible result or the most likely result) is that most of the cases will be quietly dismissed after the defendants have exhausted all of their resources for bondsmen and lawyers. If so, it will be prosecutors who order the dismissals to avoid embarrassment, not judges who order dismissals because their sense of justice is outraged. It seems a no-brainer that the judge imposed the gag order to prevent either embarrassment or a call for legal consequences for law enforcement. Only an idiot would believe the gag order preserves the right to a fair trial, especially given the statements already made by law enforcement. It would be wonderful for some judge to hear the evidence and then interrupt the proceedings with an order to free and compensate the defendants and cage the cops, but it won’t happen because the case is big enough to put the entire system on trial.

    I hope I am wrong, hell, I’ll dance if I’m proven wrong, but that seems to be the logical conclusion to this kind of thing, given the present and recent past behavior of law enforcement and courts. I have come to believe that the courts only rule against law enforcement often enough to create an illusion of neutrality, and only in cases where the law enforcement community will suffer no consequences. The system exists to self-perpetuate and to protect itself, and the line between the judicial and executive branches of government is largely fictitious. IMHO, the hope that courts will protect the rights of men like us in this or any other case is a false one.

    I wish the victims of the injustice the very best, and wish a flesh-eating crabs-on-steriods epidemic on the related law enforcement agencies.

  6. Brad Milch Says:

    There’s some seriously big money that has the capability of tossing a huge monkey wrench into the middle of this entire sordid Waco II affair: The Twin Peaks franchisee that sued it’s franchiser. It was the Twin Peaks management that was at fought for the shooting, according to WPD spokesman Sgt Swanton on TV & in the press. The India manager had not cooperated with Waco PD’s advice to stop inviting bikers to gather at the restaurant, claimed Swanton. In the background is India businessmen & India money.

    Those who have traveled around Texas, Oklahoma & surrounding states should have noticed that most, if not all of the lesser charging motels, convenience stores & gas stations are operated by people from India; some having the same last name (Patel). Big money is made by these folks; even bigger money put them in the monopolies they hold in many states. Evidently LEO haven’t noticed these folks & their business monopolies in many states.

    As has been said before: money talks (and BS walks). The folks from India that sunk money into Twin peaks & have been set up by Waco PD for not only the deaths of 9 people, but probable lawsuits from multiple persons affected from what happened there in mid May 2015.

    Those who have experienced trying to get a refund from those folks from India should know that they will fight until hell freezes over before they grant a refund. Once the US dollar is in their clutch it’s theirs. They ain’t giving it back. Screw that Maharishi peace BS from the Beatles, India folks are as tight & mean as it gets when fighting over money.

    Waco PD & the other armed aggressors that created Waco II have hit people from India hard in their fat wallets. They have the resources to fight back with the best attorneys. It’s time for them to flex their muscles & get into the ring, don’tcha suppose?

  7. Zorro Says:

    As much as all this troubles me; and believe me it does in a big way, I would be willing to bet that not one person in LE, The DA’s office or the Judges will be held accountable, rather some low level accountant or clerk will be the patsy and they’ll bring out a big broom and sweep it under the rug somewhere…after all the suspected purgers get a couple months of paid administrative leave. Just my opinion…based on fact…oppps the past.

  8. Dasein Says:

    Rebel: Hoping you caught Mike Smith’s post of July 4, 2015 at 9:07 pm. It’s almost like reinforcements coming in out of the ether. Whodathunk a fictional take might be such a great way to get this story across? Now maybe R. Crumb
    https://nyoobserver.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/52510850.jpg could step in with a picture book. Seeing is believing.

  9. Mike Smith Says:

    There is a short story out on Amazon! It reads great. The paperback is due out on Monday.

  10. Ol' Goat Says:

    Fuck you Chavez

  11. Dieter Neumann Says:

    Thanks again for staying on top of this story. It continues to astonish me that nine dead in Waco is completely off the map in the mainstream media.One wonders what the headlines would be had nine black bikers died on May 17.


    Keep up the great work!

    D. Neumann

  12. DD 3% Says:

    Thank you Rebel for all you do in keeping the fires of truth burning. Much Respect to you.

  13. BMW Says:

    Hard to believe that anyone celebrates Independence Day in Whaco, Texas. Obviously, the corrupt police, incompetent District Attorney, and Soviet court system believe that they reside in a foreign country. Sam Houston and his compatriots, as well as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and THEIR compatriots, would not recognize this little banana republic.

    The entire American system of justice, that so many Americans and others fought and sacrificed to achieve has been twisted and shaped in a futile attempt to cover up the stupidity of the corrupt Whaco establishment

    Smart people can conspire successfully, but idiots like the Whaco cops can’t cover up a drunken driving arrest, much less a systematic violation of the civil rights of TWO HUNDRED American citizens.

    I am gleefully watching, wondering how many federales will fall when the cover-ups are exposed. Surely the Whaco cops are trying to ensnare as many federales as they can, hoping for ANOTHER cover-up by the feds. However, a conspiracy as loosely put together as this is already unraveling, and I seriously doubt that any feds want to walk the plank with Whaco…


  14. popeye Says:

    The feds are stocking up on .223 ammo to the tune of 62 million rounds this time

  15. Spectator Says:

    I don’t subscribe to the Wall Sheep Journal so I can’t read the article. I can only imagine though…

  16. CH Says:


    Wall Street Journal & STILL CAN’T GET IT STRAIGHT after all this time!……..

    Frigging news is a JOKE at best!
    And some of the many comments following this “REPORT”.

    But HEY…BIG BROTHER WANTS YOU TO ENJOY YOUR JULY 4TH WEEKEND……..and don’t let all that government terrorist “MAYBE” attack stuff stop ya from spending yer money on over priced worthless shit you do not need.

  17. CH Says:

    ……….the bombs bursting in air…..gave proof through the night that the PIGS were still there……..OH SAY DOES THAT STAR SPANGLED BANNER YET WAVE……over the land of the…???????????????????????????..and the home of the….??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????……………………

    Tommy & Benny & Sammy and George must be rolling over in their graves this 4TH of July 2015!


  18. Wolfenlover Says:

    Wasn’t it Escape From LA where Snake Pliskin had the “shut-down device” at the end & turned the fuckin’ WORLD’s power off? Let’s go back to clubs & fuckin’ rocks! These corrupt bastards would go down first! All they have is evil mental
    Aww fuck! We need some tech-brains to come up with a way to shut these corrupt
    bastards down. A guy like got busted for scrambling cell phone signals!
    Just a thought.
    Good, SAFE 4th to all regulars here

    RESPECTS Rebel & to the regulars

  19. old & stoned Says:

    So,, when,, and by whom, will charges be filled by,,? Reyna? and a high school buddy too,, just fuckin’ wow.

  20. Spectator Says:

    How bout a new hashtag for the real criminals. #RICOforWACO

  21. david Says:

    Thank you Rebel for the info. and your continued fact gathering.

    The fact of Detective Chavezs’ perjury admission makes him, and every other pig involved as well as all judges, guilty accomplices in the shooters murder of nine and the attempted murder of 18 others.

    His admission also means the attorney “someone” he’s currently protecting in the DA’s office who wrote the false affidavit, is also a guilty accomplice in the murders, attempted murders, thefts, false arrests and unlawful incarcerations, and other damages sustained by the falsely accused, as well as “someone’s” supervising attorney Reyna.

    Reynas’ prosecutorial use of barbaric inquisition methods falsely arresting and unlawfully holding falsely accused “suspects” to force them to falsely CONFESS, and the false affidavit, means REYNA is guilty of the following crimes:

    1) Official Oppression (thanks XYZ)
    2) Use of False Legal Process to Steal Personal Property
    3) Use of False Legal Process to Perpetrate a Hate Crime
    Against Select Groups
    4) Obstruction Of Justice
    5) Aiding And Abetting the Commission of Crimes
    6) Aiding And Abetting the Concealment of Crimes
    7) Engaging In Organized Criminal Activity
    8) Felony Perjury

  22. Tooj Says:

    Chavez doesn’t want the truth exposed. He spent $1.95 a minute on The Psychic Power Network to gain his knowledge.

  23. VAGO 1%er Says:

    @ Whitepride

    Of course Chavez is gonna turn on his masters to save his own ass. That’s what pigs do.


  24. Nihilist Says:

    I think somebody may have posted this before, but it is pretty compelling. Pic #3 is interesting.


  25. Road Whore Says:

    Texas is striving to be the new Oz. Fuck ’em all.

    Ride Free

  26. Deadlifter Says:

    Why is a lay justice of the peace setting bail in a criminal case? I am not familiar with Texas and their courts but Justices of the Peace usually handle misdemeanors and traffic violations.

  27. CH Says:

    Tex-Ass A.G.————>


    The “good guys” make the “bad guys” look angelic in comparison.

    The US Government is totally corrupt on every level from the county dog catcher to the president himself!

    And the “average Joe” just sits by and lets it go on without complaint!

    And this is precisely why it continues to go on.

    Makes ya want to puke. (puke on brain dead citizens)

    FTW & start with texass.

  28. Whitepride Says:

    I have a feeling Chavez is gonna turn on his masters to save his own ass. Like Popeye said the house of cards will come tumbling down! I just hope it’s soon and we really see some justice.

  29. BadMonk Says:

    Little by little the truth leaks out. This will turn into a CYA fest and the sniveling rodents who are responsible will be looking for their whipping boy to hang out to dry. They need to go to jail ASAP.

  30. David Baldwin Says:

    Thank-you Rebel, I thought this was going to die down for a while, but it keeps getting better and better. By the way, don’t look for any of this to go to the State’s Attorney General’s office, he’s being indicted next week (for real). Seems the Texas Criminal Justice System didn’t hear the word ‘Justice’ when they put on their badges, just the criminal part.
    I hope when they face the music Texas institutes an Arizona style prison, puts them all in Pink jumpers and houses them in tents. They won’t be able to afford Prison for Hire after the lawsuits.

  31. XYZ Says:

    So, as you may recall, within a few hours of the Massacre, the Twin Peaks Franchisor publically cut off the Franchisee, despite there being a written contract.

    It seems to this lay-person, and casual observor, the reason the Franchisor did that is largely based on the overwhelming, and almost instantaneous, negative publicity created by Swanton’s statements before local, national, and perhaps even international television that the local Franchisee was somehow, or to some extent, responsible for the Massacre.

    Several days after that, multiple lawsuits were filed between the Franchisor and Franchisee. Someone likely alerted the media that the Franchisor had filed suit, and then a slew of articles appeared from Waco to New Dehli reporting that the Franchisor has sued the Franchisee.

    What wasn’t revealed, or, apparently accurately reported, is that the Franchisee had actually filed a lawsuit against the Franchisor about 2 minutes before the Franchisor sued the Franchisee.

    This is very strange, because apparently the Franchisor’s lawsuit has a lower case number than the Franchisee’s, even though Franchisee first lawsuit clearly has a date/time stamp that preceeds the Franchisor’s by two minutes.

    Listed below are the 5 civil cases related to the Waco Massacre.

    Linked below is the Dallas County (District and County Courts at Law) web portal. Case filings (the actual pleadings, in searchable .pdf format) and hearing dates can be accessed through the portal, although often the filings don’t appear until the next business day.

    There had been hearings scheduled next week, and the following week, to consolidate the 4 cases between the Franchisor and Franchisee. (The fifth case is between Don Carlos and the Franchisor).

    For some reason, yesterday, it appears the Franchisor filed “Emergency Motions” to expediate the consolidation of 3 of these cases.


    Anyway, if one were inclined to review these pleadings, they can do so through the link below. The 4 district court cases (those that being with “DC” can be viewed on the District Court link. The 1 County Court case (that begins with “CC”) can be viewed on the County Court at Law link.


    44th District Court

    116th District Court

    68th District Court

    116th District Court

    County Court at Law No. 2

  32. old & stoned Says:

    so,, theoretically at least, doesn’t this moot the arrests the document ‘supports’? and subsequently the bail & restrictions, forfiture actions, et al? and seeing how Wacked PD’s conspiracy to commit purgery (being told “don’t read it, sign it”) make all those expenses, and personal losses due to the arrests billable to Swanton & Co?

  33. 10Gauge Says:

    I hope these motherfuckers pay for this bullshit. Let alone the obvious Police set up for a minute…The fact that some small time sherif can lock up 170 American citizens that were witness to a tragedy because he doesn’t like where they are from and who they associate with, and do it without any recourse is mind blowing. If this was anyone other than club members it would be the lead story of every news cast.

    This is total insanity.


  34. P-body Says:

    How soon until The City of Waco declares bankruptcy? Destroying lives gets expensive I hear.


  35. XYZ Says:

    Sorry. 54th is the Waco Criminal Court, 44th is Dallas civil.

  36. XYZ Says:

    EMERGENCY MOTION FOR EN BANC HEARING filed by Twin Peaks Franchisor
    in all 3 Dallas County District Court cases.

    116th District Court

    68th District Court

    116th District Court


    Don’t forget about the 4th case in County Court at Law. It appears the Franchisor is trying to keep that one separate.

    County Court at Law No. 2

  37. XYZ Says:

    Multiple major shit-storms in Dallas County civil cases…

    Lawyers for Don Carlos join pre-trial battle


    And it’s the 44th Judicial District Court, the 54th isn’t in Dallas.

  38. ak rack Says:

    I say arrest Chavez, throw him in jail on a $1M bond — to send a message. He obviously didn’t go to Twin Peaks to eat pizza and drink beer. Hold him for a few weeks while deciding what to charge him with. Oh yeah, and seize his car.

  39. xplor Says:

    Can’t wait to see the Texas DPS helicopter video.

  40. xplor Says:

    Can’t wait to see the Texas DPS video.

  41. Dasein Says:

    Weasels be squirmin’ now.

  42. VAGO 1%er Says:

    Thanks for keeping us informed Rebel. Hoping the world starts to wake up as this developes.

  43. XYZ Says:

    Aggravated Perjury might be the right offense if the false statement “(1) is made during or in connection with an official proceeding”.

    Another item to consider might be Official Oppression:

    “Sec. 39.03. OFFICIAL OPPRESSION. (a) A public servant acting under color of his office or employment commits an offense if he:

    (1) intentionally subjects another to mistreatment or to arrest, detention, search, seizure, dispossession, assessment, or lien that he knows is unlawful;

    (2) intentionally denies or impedes another in the exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power, or immunity, knowing his conduct is unlawful; or

    (3) intentionally subjects another to sexual harassment.

    (b) For purposes of this section, a public servant acts under color of his office or employment if he acts or purports to act in an official capacity or takes advantage of such actual or purported capacity.

    (c) In this section, “sexual harassment” means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, submission to which is made a term or condition of a person’s exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power, or immunity, either explicitly or implicitly.

    (d) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor, except that an offense is a felony of the third degree if the public servant acted with the intent to impair the accuracy of data reported to the Texas Education Agency through the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) described by Section 42.006, Education Code, under a law requiring that reporting.”

  44. Paladin Says:

    Due to the jet stream’s movement of air from West to East, the aroma of frying bacon should blanket the entire Country, East of Waco.

    Long May You Ride (to those that deserve to),


  45. popeye Says:

    House of cards. Its only a matter of time before it all comes tumbling down.

  46. Spectator Says:

    It’s nice to know that these corrupt idiots are probably sweating this more / losing more sleep than the bikers themselves. Thanks Rebel. I don’t know if I have enough popcorn for this show.

  47. SATX Rider Says:

    Keep up the good work, Rebel. Texas bikers are still watching this very closely. I can always count on you to ferret out the latest. Chaps my hide that there’s not daily updates on other news outlets. I’m starting to think like Sieg there. TOSIAR. We’ll see how this turns out.

  48. oregonloner Says:

    So the truth slowly leaks out and its been so long are short term media has moved on and buried it. The facebook generation moves on and doesnt give a fuck as long as the energy drinks and internet porn streams are not affected, mens lifes ruined and some taken. Fuck it. Time to get off the soap box and ride. Thxs for keeping on it rebel

  49. Sieg Says:

    I’m shocked, shocked I say. To think that a whaco pd officer would actually LIE under oath.

    That said, in “saving time”, it would seem that all of the bacon involved, from the JP on down, have perjured themselves.

    Who knows-maybe THIS will get the attention of the “news” media.

    Naaaaaah. They know who butters their pone.

    Keep putting it to em Rebel. Sooner or later, you’re gonna wake enough people up tp get this mess out in the open.

    And keep sharing these stories, people…we have to be our own media when it’s just-us.

    FTF / FTP

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