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1096 Days Later

May 17, 2018

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1096 Days Later

May 18, 2015 A shoving match in a bathroom at a Confederation of Clubs meeting in Waco, Texas exploded into a war yesterday. Nine people were killed, 27 people were injured, 17 were hospitalized, two are listed in critical condition, and 160 men were arrested following a brawl at a chain restaurant in a shopping […]

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Eight More Waco Dismissals

May 16, 2018

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Eight More Waco Dismissals

County prosecutors in Waco, Texas have dismissed charges against eight more defendants so far this week. At the request of McLennan County District Attorney Abelino Reyna, the two criminal court judges in Waco, Ralph Strother and Matt Johnson, dismissed indictments for participating a criminal of conspiracy to murder and assault against Thomas Paul Landers, Noe […]

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Why

May 10, 2018

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Why

Three years into the perversion of justice that began at the Waco, Texas Twin Peaks “breastaurant,” the fundamental, obvious question, the – for want of a more appropriate turn of phrase – satorical question remains unchanged. Why? Why did the Twin Peaks Mass Murder happen? Why didn’t the police stop it? Why did police take […]

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Waco Day 1088

May 9, 2018

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Waco Day 1088

This story was published on May 9, 2018 and corrected on May 10. The earlier version said that only the charges against defendant Matt Clendennen had been dismissed with prejudice, meaning they could not be refiled. Charges against defendant George Bergman were also dismissed with prejudice. The Aging Rebel regrets the error. The McLennan County […]

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Sixteen More Never Minds

May 4, 2018

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Sixteen More Never Minds

The McLennan County District Attorney’s Office moved to dismiss criminal charges stemming from the Twin Peaks Mass Murder against 15 members of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club yesterday and announced it would decline to indict another suspect. District Attorney Abelino Reyna and new to the case prosecutors Robert F. Moody, Hilary LaBorde and Gabrielle Massey are […]

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Waco Day 1079

April 30, 2018

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Waco Day 1079

Three years after his life was forever diminished by a lynch mob of rogue cops, corrupt politicians, fatuous prosecutors and gullible reporters, the booboisie who run Central Texas finally got around to telling former Scimitars Motorcycle Club member Matthew Alan Clendennen, “never mind.” Next thing, Waco Tribune-Herald Opinion Editor Bill Whitaker will run an editorial […]

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Rats Flee Sinking Ship

April 18, 2018

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Rats Flee Sinking Ship

Michael Jarrett, McLennan County’s $121,000 per year First Assistant District Attorney is apparently abandoning criminal law after trying for more than two years and failing to secure a criminal conviction against Dallas Bandido Christopher Jacob Carrizal. Waco Tribune-Herald courthouse reporter Tommy Witherspoon reported yesterday that Jarrett’s next job will be with the Texas Farm Bureau […]

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Wait Until He Dies

April 3, 2018

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Wait Until He Dies

Senior Federal District Judge Sam Sparks told the 136 plaintiffs who are suing various government defendants, and in four cases the Waco Twin Peaks restaurant, to patiently wait for justice while federal prosecutors in San Antonio try to stitch together a case against former Bandidos Motorcycle Club president Jeffrey Pike and former club vice-president John […]

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Punishment By Revenge Porn

March 29, 2018

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Punishment By Revenge Porn

Since about a half century after the fall of Rome, since the year 529 when the Byzantine Emperor Justinian issued a series of decrees collectively known as Corpus Iuris Civilis (roughly translated as the Big Book of Civil Laws) human beings in the civilized world have been considered to be innocent until they are proven […]

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Waco Day 1326

March 22, 2018

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Waco Day 1326

It doesn’t seem likely that there will be another trial in the Waco Twin Peaks Mass Murder case until at least January 2, 2019. That will be 1,326 days after lame duck District Attorney Abel Reyna “helped” police with their investigation, as Waco Police Public Information Officer Patrick Swanton put it at the time, and […]

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Nothing To See Here

March 16, 2018

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Nothing To See Here

The trial of former Bandidos Motorcycle Club president Jeff Pike and vice-president John Portillo has been in recess since last Friday and will probably not resume until March 20. Other than one court order authorizing a $10 per day payment to jurors, there have been no publically available documents filed in the case since March […]

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The Silence About Waco

March 13, 2018

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The Silence About Waco

There was a second dismissal of an entirely bogus case against a Twin Peaks defendant yesterday. After Assistant District Attorney Michael Jarrett (posturing above) dismissed the charge of participating in an organized criminal conspiracy against former Cossack Motorcycle Club member Cody Ledbetter he waited a few hours and then dismissed an identical case against former […]

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Ledbetter Case Dismissed

March 12, 2018

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Ledbetter Case Dismissed

The Twin Peaks Mass Murder coverup continues to crumble like Mexican concrete. This morning, McLennan County Assistant District Attorney Michael Jarrett asked Judge Matt Johnson to get him out of a pending confrontation with Houston defense attorney Paul Looney (above right). Looney’s client, Cody Ledbetter (above left with his mother) was scheduled to begin trial […]

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