Waco Day 537

November 3, 2016

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Waco Day 537

Five more victims of the Great Twin Peaks Massacre Coverup filed suit Wednesday against former Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman, Waco police detective Manuel Chavez, McLennan County, Texas District Attorney Abelino “Abel” Reyna and John Doe, “an employee of the Texas Department of Public Safety that is” as of Wednesday “unnamed.”

Twenty-two civil rights lawsuits for false arrest and imprisonment have now been filed against Stroman, Chavez, Reyna and Doe.

The new complainants are Walter and Ester Weaver, Michael and Sandra Lynch and Julie Perkins.


Ester Weaver, a member of the women’s only Queens of Sheeba Motorcycle Club was arrested with her husband Walter, a civilian employee of Fort Hood who belonged to no motorcycle club. Weaver later told the Killeen Daily Herald that both were  “clueless about why they were put in jail.” Walter told the paper that when he asked a McLennan County corrections officer why he was in jail he was told to “Shut up.”

Mike and Sandra Lynch were both members of the family oriented Los Pirados Motorcycle Club. Lynch rented space at the Twin Peaks restaurant to host a regional meeting of the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents, an advocacy and lobbying group that acted on behalf of motorcyclists. Sandra Lynch was well known in Waco for her charitable work. Two days after her arrest and imprisonment, Sandra Lynch accepted a proclamation from the Waco City Council “in absentia.”

Julie Perkins was a member of the family-oriented Distorted Motorcycle Club.

All five complainants are represented by Dallas attorney Don Tittle. All 22 lawsuits and any additional suits will be adjudicated by Federal District Judge Sam Sparks in Austin.

The Twin Peaks Ambush

False Arrest

One hundred seventy-seven witnesses to a gunfight and brawl that left nine people dead and 18 injured were arrested, charged with “engaging in organized criminal activity” and held on $1 million bond each.

Tittle and his clients complain:

“Despite possessing video from numerous angles showing the complete lack of involvement of most of those arrested and hours and hours of interviews with the arrested individuals in which no evidence of a conspiracy was uncovered to support their ‘theory’ of pre-planned violence, Defendants willfully, intentionally, and recklessly charged 177 individuals with the identical first degree felony of Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity with the Intent to Commit or Conspire to Commit Murder, Capital Murder, or Aggravated Assault.

“To clarify, the decision to arrest and charge Plaintiffs and the other individuals with crimes despite video evidence, and statements from hundreds of witnesses, that directly contradict the existence of probable cause, or any reasonable belief thereof, can only be characterized as willful, intentional, and/or reckless. Based on the very specific information known by Defendants at the time their decision was made to arrest, including CLEAR and UNAMBIGUOUS video evidence directly at odds with Defendants’ theory of a mass criminal enterprise engaging in organized crime, it is impossible to believe Defendants’ conduct and decisions were anything other than willful, intentional, and/or reckless. Defendants’ decision to ignore contrary and exculpatory evidence in favor of a theory unsupported by the facts or the law was consciously made and therefore willful, intentional, and/or reckless. Investigative reports and DPS witness summaries provide specific proof of the facts alleged herein.”


The gunfight, in which at least four people were killed by police, was quickly sensationalized by the world press as a real life episode of the cable television soap opera Sons of Anarchy. CNN was still pursuing the same fatuous angle about what had happened in Waco a year later in a “Special Report” hosted by Ed Lavandera and titled “Biker Brawl: Inside the Texas Shootout.”

In the days after the arrests, police spokesman W. Patrick Swanton made numerous misleading and inaccurate statements about what had happened. The national and world press gobbled up the official nonsense. That gullibility contributed to the ruination of numerous victims of the official excess that followed the bloody brawl.

In the complaints filed yesterday, Tittle writes:

“Perhaps the most misleading characterization of the events was made days after the incident by Defendant Reyna when he implied that those arrested were guilty because ‘if they’re victims, then they shouldn’t have any problem coming to law enforcement and cooperating… and, at least in the first round of interviews, we ain’t getting that.’ This is blatantly false. A review of investigators’ records documenting the interviews that were conducted with the detained bikers clearly establishes that the vast majority, including Plaintiffs, were completely cooperative during interviews, and voluntarily submitted to questioning and requests for forensics (volunteering DNA samples and gunshot residue testing) from law enforcement. Defendant Reyna knew of these facts at the time he made the above described public statement.”


16 Responses to “Waco Day 537”

  1. chasra Says:

    Sue them until their eyes bug out….. still want to know why the fuzz was there and in position long before the meeting was scheduled to start.

    Red boots = implant = entrapment

    It’s going to go on for years and sadly, none of the actual perpetrators will be incarcerated.

    Keep up the fight!

  2. Paladin Says:

    Regarding the shooting of non combatants; There is a phenomenon that is referred to as contagion fire, where one armed individual, among other armed individuals will fire his or her weapon, causing others to fire their weapons. I think this will come out at trial and will be a key factor in any wrongful death civil suit.


  3. Bone Head Says:

    IronRider; well spoken.

  4. rw Says:

    Don’t want a class action suit. If u go that route they don’t have to defend the case but once. If it stays individual they have to defend each case.

  5. Neuro Says:

    If it was a cop round then it was a miss. Wasn’t the guy just smoking a cigarette ? Damn those things are bad for you….

  6. Neuro Says:

    Actually Gandalf, he flew backward into the rail and sank.Perhaps Paladin or a knowledgeable fella can weigh in; it seemed like the known victims of officer Bucher dropped like rocks, hit by a .223 AR variant. I am under the impression that when hit by a large hand round 38/40/44/45 etc.the victim is shoved, somewhat.The nation really missed it. This is a huge mystery thriller of our day, and no one even gaf. Back to Gandalf, just before first dude gets it, bearded guy standing right next to him bows up hard and takes a half step toward the lot, tnen BOOM…. It is like someone yells Fuck You Motherfucker or something, check it out..then it’s on. Poor dead dude caught a stray round, it would appear. There is a ton of evidence showing the entire scenario and Porky Stinking Pigsnout won’t let us see it. I am speculating here. Some authority has written the guy was hit by a police round but I don’t think that is correct.

  7. Gandalf Says:

    What PCS said is true. I would be VERY interested to know what type of bullet was found to have killed that 1st man on the Patio Video. It seems to me that it was the 1st shot taken. The man is just standing there and drops like a rock 1st…. Then all Hell breaks lose.

  8. PJ Says:

    How many people does it take to get a class action lawsuit rolling?

  9. Paula Carroll Swann Says:

    if you watch the patio video and keep your eyes on those standing on the sidewalk you can see a guy fall to the ground as he was shot twice. THEN you see everyone take off running. He was just standing there he wasn’t a target this proves negligence on the cop’s and that they committed PRE-MEDITATED MURDER.

  10. Phuquehed Says:

    @Sieg – Damn straight, brother!

    All those defendants named hopefully will get a big devil’s walking stick up their asses (without any lube) when prosecuted for their heinous crimes against innocent civilians by their corrupt selves.

    Get ready for it Reyna et al, you air-wasting, useless fucktards!!

  11. Sieg Says:

    Filings are fine…now let’s get the rope.


  12. rw Says:

    I suspect there will be a truck load of filings on May 16th next year

  13. Shyster Says:

    Keep the lawsuits coming. There is plenty of room left to spare for Reyna, et al to take it deep.


  14. BMW Says:

    @Ironrider: good writing, better than I could do. You said it!

  15. IronRider Says:

    So Swanton was the major mouth piece that day in Waco and he was the only source talking to the media. One has to remember that the media were kept far far away from the 177 people arrested that day.

    There was no story from witnesses, no story or comments from the 177 people that day and the over reaching gag order on the defendants and their counsel is one that is unprecedented to this day. Law Enforcement made sure that the media didn’t get to talk to any witnesses out of the 177 people or staff or patrons of the surrounding businesses so they could control the narrative of the story THEY wanted the media to have.

    The mere fact that Swanton continued to propel the danger is imminent myth and the tale of how more bikers were on route to Waco for revenge was all part of the plan to keep the assembled media from talking to ANYONE that wasn’t in Law Enforcement and asking them what they may have seen take place.

    This has always been the case with the Twin Peaks incident that Law Enforcement made sure to control the media and put forth their version of events to the media and keep the media away from anyone in the vicinity that day that may have had a different perspective of what they saw take place that didn’t jive with Law Enforcement’s story.

    Think about it, Law Enforcement kept and charged 177 people and many many innocent of any crimes locked up, they seized all video or surveillance footage not only from twin peaks but any business where their surveillance cameras may have got any part of what occurred. The staff and other patrons at twin peaks and other businesses were all interviewed which would have given the cops time to hear their version of what happened and then send them on their way with a we will contact you or get their statement and then conveniently lose it.

    The myth that more bikers were on their way to Waco armed and out for revenge that Swanton put forth to the media (that the media swallowed like a ten dollar hooker looking for a crack fix) and funny yet Law Enforcement nor the media never saw this imaginary horde of armed bikers anywhere on any highway or interstate towards Waco all intended to keep the media at bay any only getting their information from Swanton, coincidence I think not.

    Now you have Reyna and co trying to dodge any efforts of disclosure and answering questions about how and why 177 people were charged with next to no evidence, how Reyna’s pal Johnson has managed to stall and stifle defendants legal and constitutional rights, and how two cops who killed 4 people without any justification and shot into a crowd of tens if not hundreds of civilians that day and got an official pass on being charged or found of any wrong doing when any one will tell you, that you never ever fire into a crowd… Christ in basic training you are told that. How 2 cops can fire into a crowded melee and be exonerated is beyond comprehension.

    The silence about the crimes that were perpetrated by Law Enforcement that day is deafening, no sane person could buy the story that Law Enforcement was selling that day or continues to sell to the public and the fact that 2 cops could kill 4 people and fire into a crowd and be cleared shows you just how much the blue wall is in effect and alive and well

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