Waco Gets A Bill

March 8, 2017

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Waco Gets A Bill

Remember that blatant miscarriage of justice in Waco, Texas that started with “the biggest biker brawl in history?” You can be forgiven if you have forgotten about it because McLennan County prosecutor Abelino Reyna has done everything he can to cover up what actually happened and to keep the brawl’s victims in legal limbo.

Remember Morgan English?  She was the pretty blonde from Brenham, Texas who went to a Confederation of Clubs and Independents meeting at the Twin Peaks that day with her husband, William “Piddle” English. The probable cause for her arrest on a charge of “engaging in organized criminal activity” was that she was wearing an article of clothing that day that described Mrs. English as “property of Piddle.” She, along with 177 other, mostly innocent people, was held on one $1 million bail. The bail amount was blatantly and admittedly intended to be punitive. Probably no episode in recent history better illustrates the devolution of the United States into a sadistic state – a state that has lost its ability to do much of anything except punish people. So punishment comes to be seen as an end in itself.

When Morgan English was finally released and reunited with her husband, she threw herself at him and wept.

All Perfectly Legal

And, what happened to Morgan English was all perfectly legal – at least as sadistic Waco defines “legal.” A judge named James Morgan who was either stupid or corrupt or stupid and corrupt determined that there had been probable cause to arrest both the English’s despite their actual actions during a bloodbath that appears more likely by the day to have been instigated by federal, state and local police: To gather evidence that a fruitless, then two-year-old racketeering investigation into the Bandidos Motorcycle Club had not been a complete waste of millions of taxpayer dollars. What Morgan English actually did that day was cower against a wall and pray that she would not be killed. What William English actually did was shield her with his body.

Judge Morgan based his ruling that the young couple were probably to blame for the violence on the testimony of a Texas Department of Public Safety Lieutenant named Steven Schwartz. Schwartz identified their riding club, called the “Distorted,” as a “support club” for the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. Schwartz called  the Bandidos a “criminal street gang.” Schwartz, incidentally, appears to have been one of the Maxwell Smarts who instigated the confrontation that erupted into violence that day. Do you know what Schwartz did to stop that violence? He erected a pole camera outside the Twin Peaks that day, more than five hours before the anticipated confrontation, so he could watch what he knew was going to happen over and over and over again.

Punch Line

To every thing there is a season.

This morning in federal court in Austin, Morgan English filed a $350 million lawsuit against “the City of Waco, McLennan County, McLennan County District Attorney Abelino Reyna, individually; Waco police chief Brent Stroman, individually; Waco police officer Manuel Chavez, individually; and “John Does, individually.”

The lawsuit, filed by Houston attorney Randall Kallinen, continues: “Plaintiff also seeks exemplary damages against each individual Defendant of at least $100,000,000 – $1,000,000 for each of the first 100 innocent individuals and their families who have suffered and had their entire lives ruined by the Defendants’ actions by being falsely arrested and jailed, saddled with an unjust $1,000,000.00 bond, falsely prosecuted for, so far, 22 months and publicizing accusations of being involved in mass murder throughout the World.”

Press Release

A press release announcing the lawsuit states:

“Plaintiff Morgan English is from Brenham, Texas, and was not wearing insignia representing either club. Prior to Twin Peaks, Morgan had never been arrested in her entire life.  She was a bank teller at Chase Bank, and a graduate of Stephen F. Austin University where she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. She accompanied her husband William in their car with two friends. Before they could even enter the restaurant, shots rang out and they took cover. After the shooting Morgan and William freely spoke with police present.”

“This is especially outrageous because a perjured arrest affidavit was issued for a young lady who arrived at the restaurant parking lot minutes before the shooting began,” said Randall Kallinen, Houston civil rights attorney representing Morgan in her civil case. “Morgan English has now been portrayed all over the world as involved in a mass homicide. Her lawsuit is very different from others that have been filed following the melee nearly 22 months ago,”

“‘When I first met Morgan, she had been held in custody for 13 days. My first efforts were to get her released and removed from the suspicion of criminal behavior,’ said Paul Looney, the attorney who represented Morgan in her criminal case.  ‘Only after the authorities made that an impossibility did I finally decide there was no choice but to use a lawsuit to change the prosecutorial environment in Waco once and for all. This lady is, was and always will be virginally innocent of any criminal behavior that occurred at Twin Peaks. What happened to her, however, is a cruel and excruciating crime not of her own making and $350,000,000 is an appropriate figure for this case.’”

“You used to laugh about, everybody that was hanging out,” didn’t you Waco? How does this feel?

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32 Responses to “Waco Gets A Bill”

  1. rw Says:

    I smell more of these suits coming in the next few days

  2. IcemanB&W Says:

    Perhaps we could get all the defendants in her suit incarcerated indefinitely. That seems to be the way they do things down in Waco.

  3. Neuro Says:

    Once upon a time you dressed so fine/threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn’t you? People used to call, say “Beware,Doll” you thought they were all, kidding you. You used to laugh about, everybody that was hanging out…..

  4. Dutchboy Says:

    To all worried a about footing the bill as taxpayers, we already foot the bill as citizens with a corrupted judicial/Leo system. Ever been stopped because “you look like a X MC criminal”? Ever got a BS ticket and found out even if you prove innocence you still gotta pay? I have. To quote Big Dan T “it’s all about the money boys!”. As for the insurance, no company covers WILLFUL CRIMINAL CONDUCT. Don’t be surprised if Waco et al gets sued by their own insurance providers. HANGAROUND, love your last line. No forgiveness indeed.

  5. Rebel Says:

    Dear Docb,

    I believe the insurance limit is $500,000.

    Rebel

  6. Docb Says:

    Waco has insurance for this kind of stuff. In 2000 two of their insurance companies went to court to settle which one had to pay for a liability created by the Jail system. One company insured the police and the other had a law enforcement exclusion in it’s policy. This case is not important here it just shows that the city of Waco has police insurance from at least one company. There are probably loss limits to this insurance. Point being somebody’s got to pay but it won’t likely hurt the tax payers in Waco.
    If these guys are sued individually I’m guessing the City of Waco Insurance won’t pay, but it will put these individuals in the poor house. The city is somewhat self insured but will only stand behind these government employees to a certain limit. If any of these plaintiff win a judgement it will set a whole chain of ugly events in motion. One case after another for years unless they just settle out of court.

    Fuckin Hope Springs Eternal
    R\
    Doc

  7. Mercyful Fate Says:

    Ahahahaha! Fuckin’-A right!

    Hey Reyna/Swanton/Waco – Hear that? That’s the sound of the slowly grinding gears of justice about to tear you a fucking new one and it’s just the start of the avalanche to come your way. Make no mistake, one day soon, you dumb fucks WILL get what you DESERVE, you fucking pieces of shit.

  8. Robert Says:

    Boxer killed. Killer of Bandido killed. Twin Peaks. Three nationals indicted. 10 year old murder solved. Why the fuck they killed nut-job wanna-be Hells Angel is mysterious. Of course, Rebel, somebody snitched. Some BROTHER snitched. Some 1%er snitched. Obvious to me. Love you Brother

  9. TX_Biker Says:

    I hope they relegate Waco to a ghost town, and take Baylor with it.

  10. Phuquehed Says:

    Tear those shit-stains a new asshole Miss Morgan! Those pieces of shit and the whole just-ass system there in Waco deserve it up their asses and I hope someone is there taking pictures of the cunts crying over it when it happens to them!

  11. david Says:

    According to her original filed COMPLAINT, Stroman,Chavez,Reyna and John Does, are being sued ” individually “. Not a suit in which each can defend to, as a group of shit-heads.

  12. FF Says:

    We’re all pulling for you, Morgan.

  13. Nags Says:

    If only the people who initiated this cluster fuck (L.E.) could be found personally accountable. The burden shouldn’t fall on the tax payers. If the shit bag L.E.O.s had to pay outta pocket for these massive miscarriages of justice you can bet your sweet ass it would significantly reduce the frequency of them taking place.

    T.O.S.I.A.R.

  14. Desdicado Says:

    Shed no tears for the poor tax payers of Waco, the state of Texas et. al. Who is ultimately responsible for the wretched disgraces that pass as civil servants, law enforcement, truth and justice in this state? We the people!!!! Finally , the courageous few are beginning to rise up and try to set things right. We all owe them our Thanks and support. Sic semper Tyrantis!

  15. Tom Barker Says:

    This case will bring down the Waco House of Cards.

  16. Austin Says:

    Couldn’t happen to more deserving defendants!

    You & I John Q. Citizens’ve paid all along. Paid for this travesty with blood, bikes, tax money, reputations, livelihoods, jobs, children, time… We all paid for those federal instigators, those poor jethro’s in local law enforcement, the corrections officers, and holding facilities and the judges and the clerks in the court, and the media, and the bankruptcies, and the franchise and the loss of political power of the COC, and I could keep going.

    It will be nice to hear when Reyna et.al. are ordered to begin paying restitution every month until the end of time…

  17. RLG Says:

    Waco will settle for a few mil and a non-admission of guilt. But this would sure make an interesting jury trial!

  18. Iron Rider Says:

    This will be the first of many lawsuits to come for the fiasco that Law Enforcement perpetrated that day in Waco. I dont blame anyone one bit that will be filing because Reyna and Co wanted to make the 6’o clock news.

    There was a lot wrong that went down in Waco that day and continues to be many wrongs being perpetrated by those on the Law Enforcement side. The amount of settlements that will have to be doled out will have our children’s grand children paying the tab.

    Reyna and Co are so fucked they have no choice but to plow ahead and delay and deny they did anything wrong. I hope that all those effected get every penny they deserve.

  19. LoneWolf Says:

    FUCKIN A…sue the SOBs til they go bankrupt….All hells to pay…Put that in your pipe Reyna you fuckin fuck…

  20. david Says:

    Having viewed attorney Kallinen’s writing on behalf of Morgan, points 52 and 56 are outstanding on the 4th. Amend., point 59 is spot on concerning Chavez PERJURY during his ARREST AFFIDAVIT oath swearing, and point 74 concerning Reyna NOT being entitled to prosecutorial immunity.

    See addendum No.2 for law references stating the 4th. Amend. does NOT, recognize guilty by association.

    Federal civil case will not be tried in Waco. Outstanding legal work by Randall L. Kallinen.

  21. Travelin Says:

    you go girl

  22. Va.Bob Says:

    They fucked up when they arrested a sorority alumna.

  23. Nobody Important Says:

    I’m torn. On the one hand, I wish her well. On the other hand, since I live in Texas, I’m gonna be paying for that…

  24. Paladin Says:

    The true test will come when Reyna and Co. file a motion for summary judgment. If denied, Reyna will do whatever it takes to have the civil suit tried in Waco, knowing full well that the citizens of Waco won’t vote themselves into everlasting indebtedness.

    Paladin

  25. Hangaround Says:

    Go Morgan!!
    I especially like this part “Plaintiff also seeks exemplary damages against each individual Defendant of at least $100,000,000″

    Seems to me a while back that Reyna was in court arguing with Clint Broden and stating that he did not have a personal interest in this case because he himself was not liable and so he should not be recused.

    Weeeeelllllll looks like that changed!!

    Since she didn’t have any support gear either their does not seem to be a valid reason to delay her suit until after the criminal part of the trial “never” concludes.

    Hey Reyna don’t forget

    God Forgives, Zeta Tau Alpha doesn’t!!!!

  26. Gandalf Says:

    For those of us who like to read Legal Stuff the Original Complaint is on this link. GIVE THEM HELL MORGAN! U2 Mr.Kallinen. U got this!
    http://www.kcentv.com/news/local/bank-teller-sues-for-350-million-in-twin-peaks-case/420879133

  27. Joe S Says:

    Unfortunately…if anyone pays it will be mostly the taxpayers of Waco/Texas/etc. Maybe even you and I, indirectly, as our federal dollars help fund their police actions.

    I think The Sheriff in Waco should be help responsible for this mess. He called SWAT. He had snipers at the ready. A real Buford T. Justice backwater S.O.B.

  28. NCRider Says:

    My respects go to Morgan English. Abel Reyna and company are not indispensable. Just maybe their time is slowly but surely running out. Waco, TX..they have made a disgrace out of you.

    Respectfully to those who still care,

    Cathy

  29. Cookie Says:

    Hope they make they make these fuckers pay!

    Cookie

  30. Neuro Says:

    …Now you don’t talk so loud, Now you don’t seem so proud, About having to scrounge for your next meal.
    How does it feel to be without a home, like a complete unknown ??…

  31. donny brasco Says:

    About time the chickens came home to roost! I hope she bankrupts an already bankrupt system in Waco! These fucker’s need to pay!

  32. Griz's Gal Says:

    Dunno ’bout Wacko, but it makes me feel pretty darn good!

    GG

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