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The Waco Prosecution’s Case

June 12, 2017

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The Waco Prosecution's Case

The never ending criminal cases against 192 men and women, so far – cats and dogs may be next, who stand accused of Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas on May 17, 2015 continues to crawl like a garden slug. The slime trail continues because in the United […]

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The Waco Shuffle

June 5, 2017

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The Waco Shuffle

A couple of bush league judges in the Waco Twin Peaks case keep shuffling trial dates like a deck of marked cards. The judges. Ralph Strother and Matt Johnson, and the district attorney in the case Abelino Reyna, and Reyna’s assistant imps and goblins and the local police and the city newspaper and the local […]

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Waco Day 737

May 22, 2017

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Waco Day 737

If it quacks it is a duck. The Aging Rebel has always assumed that the extensively video-recorded Waco Twin Peaks bloodbath two years ago was essentially a federal operation gone wrong. The pole camera erected that morning five hours before the shooting started did not just happen to be there. It was there to collect […]

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Twenty More Waco Lawsuits

May 16, 2017

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Twenty More Waco Lawsuits

Another 20 men filed suit against Waco and McLennan County, Texas late yesterday afternoon. All 20 men were members “of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club at the time of” the Waco Twin Peaks biker brawl two years ago. Their names are Marshall Mitchell, Blake Taylor, Christopher Rogers, Richard Benavides, Brian Brincks, Rene Cavazos, Juventino Montellano, Jason […]

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Broden’s Press Release

May 16, 2017

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Broden's Press Release

The height of journalistic sloth is to run some guy’s press release. On the other hand, “a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines.” And, tomorrow is the second anniversary of the Waco Twin Peaks biker brawl. Dallas attorney Clint Broden has been among the most […]

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Still More Waco Lawsuits

May 15, 2017

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Still More Waco Lawsuits

Dallas Attorney Don Tittle has filed 45 more civil rights lawsuits stemming from the Waco Twin Peaks biker brawl two years ago. The suits were filed last Friday in the Austin Division of the federal Western District of Texas. The full list of defendants in the latest round of false arrest suits includes: Former Waco […]

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About That Waco Bar Fight

May 9, 2017

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About That Waco Bar Fight

According to witnesses who were there, almost everything that Waco police spokesman Patrick Swanton alleged and that the Waco Tribune-Herald reported about that alleged biker fight in the Chapter 11 Club early Sunday morning was inaccurate. The lead sentence in the Waco paper’s story was, “Waco police are investigating an incident in which members of […]

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Waco Jumps Circling Sharks

May 8, 2017

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Waco Jumps Circling Sharks

It has been all very good so far for the city of Waco in McLennan County Texas. The city, county and the whole, damn Klavern for that matter have been fighting lawyers like Clint Broden and Paul Looney to a standstill for two years. Now a very media savvy law firm named Brent Coon & […]

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Waco Sniper Rifle

May 8, 2017

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Waco Sniper Rifle

The news out of Waco this morning, as reported by Tommy Witherspoon of the Waco Tribune-Herald, is that, “Waco police are investigating a Sunday morning incident in which members of a Bandidos motorcycle gang support group assaulted a man before the victim pulled a gun, started firing and ran away.” The source for this news […]

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Lowball Waco Lawsuit

May 3, 2017

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Lowball Waco Lawsuit

William Isaac Richardson, one of 15 men hospitalized with gunshot wounds after the Twin Peaks biker brawl two years ago, filed suit yesterday in the 74th District Court in Waco. The 74th District is a court of general jurisdiction that handles civil cases. Richardson, 63, is a mechanic with Texas A&M University who lives in […]

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Waco Defendant Ticketed

May 1, 2017

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Waco Defendant Ticketed

Aaron Baker Carpenter, who was the founding president of the Coryell County chapter of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club was arrested last Thursday for evading arrest on a motorcycle. Carpenter also had a gun and a pretty woman named Ashley Annette Danlyn Beeson on his bike. Police took her into custody because a warrant had previously […]

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Untangling Reyna’s Deceptive Web

April 29, 2017

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Untangling Reyna's Deceptive Web

In case you hadn’t noticed, there is a significant propaganda campaign underway in Waco, Texas that is intended to indefinitely postpone several pending trials in the Twin Peaks biker brawl case. It is based on provable lies told by McLennan County District Attorney Abelino Reyna. The propaganda asserts that there may be exculpatory evidence, evidence […]

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Flash! Secret Waco Newz Revealed!

April 25, 2017

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Flash! Secret Waco Newz Revealed!

Another couple of angry motions got filed in the courts of Waco’s two super judges yesterday. Apparently, some of the lawyers in the Twin Peaks case are still all bent out of shape just because, as it turns out, McLennan County District Attorney Abelino Reyna, 19th District Court Judge Ralph Strother and 54th State District […]

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