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. BMW Says:

    28 USC 1983 (28 USC was quoted in the Rebel article about the Mongols patch case,and reminded me of this) provides a process for a fight to preserve civil rights:
    Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer’s judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was violated or declaratory relief was unavailable. For the purposes of this section, any Act of Congress applicable exclusively to the District of Columbia shall be considered to be a statute of the District of Columbia.”


  2. Wolfenlover Says:

    FAGGITS! BEANS&BLEAD er I mean BACON served daily,hehehehehe

  3. Wolfenlover Says:

    xplor, are you a MORON or what? The CLUB name is BANDIDOS MC. You come here
    posing your rhetoric, but can’t spell properly? Just taking stupid shit from
    the MSM?! I’m not a BANDIT, but I take offense at your spelling. I’m starting
    to see that you are trying an exploration into depths you don’t have the fuckin’EQUIPTMENT for. You are “fishing” with NO BAIT & NO POLE. If you aren’t smart enough to spell their name correctly, SEVERAL TIMES, then I say FUCK OFF EAT SHIT AND DIE! I’m noticing a boat-load of citizens trying to ingratiate them-selves with a bunch of “lawyer speak”! If they have OUR best interest at heart,
    WHY aren’t they posting on F-B & other media? Why preach to the choir, here?
    Just my nickle(due to inflation,f’n Obozo)

    RESPECTS Rebel & to the real regulars.

  4. XYZ Says:


    You may be right – he doesn’t want to battle on two fronts at the same time, or, the lawsuit may have already served its purpose, for now. Who knows?

    The only thing I know for sure about any of this is that if a law enforcement agency is so concerned as to have 20+ heavily armed soldiers waiting in a parking lot in a busy strip mall at high noon on a Sunday, they probably should have done more before hand to avoid the confrontation in the first place.

    To me it is like the local school resource officer receiving info that the opposing high school’s football team had gone nuts, and will be at the next game with weapons to fight it out over some perceived grievance.

    Do you: A) Wait until they arrvive in the parking lot of the high school, and jeopardize dozens or perhaps hundreds or innocents; or, B) Pull a couple over for legitimate traffic violations after they leave their respective driveways and check them for illegal weapons, etc, and, maybe drop a hint that you are on to them?

  5. Tommy Says:

    There is so much stupid shit in that daily collar article that I had to stop reading….

  6. don-o Says:

    Thanks xyz – Perhaps Broden has his hands full right now?

  7. XYZ Says:



  8. XYZ Says:


    While not recognized as a criminal gang, the Infidels Motorcycle Club, founded in 2006, has attracted the gaze of the ATF after it hosted a pig roast “in defiance of the Muslim holiday of Ramadan.”


  9. don-o Says:

    It appears the Clendennen Federal lawsuit has been dismissed by Clendennen.


    Appears? Source?

  10. Mama G Says:


    Posted 8 minutes ago.
    Undue burden……..

  11. XYZ Says:

    Thanks Jim Fry!

    That is great stuff. I really like Broden’s work.

  12. Jim Fry Says:

    The two Legal Filing PDF files linked here are worth the read, to understand just how deeply some players are electing to obfuscate the discovery process.


  13. WJL Says:


  14. XYZ Says:

    It appears the Clendennen Federal lawsuit has been dismissed by Clendennen.


    Fed. R. Civ. P. 41 (a)(1) provides that, before an opposing party files either an answer or summary judgement in an action, a plaintiff may file a notice of voluntary dismissal without any action being required by the Court and further provides that the dismissal is without prejudice to the
    Plaintiff’s right to refile the action at a later date.

    Based on this Rule, Plaintiff, Matthew Alan Clendennen hereby gives the District Court and the parties notice that, pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 41(a)(1)(A)(I), he dismisses this pending action against all parties without prejudice.

  15. Mama G Says:

    I just found this in a Waco Tribune article.

    The incident at Twin Peaks apparently was not captured on video by any innocent bystanders or it already would have surfaced, as in the case of the McKinney pool party where teenagers filmed former police officer David Casebolt flinging a girl to the ground and drawing his gun on other teens who did not obey his orders.

    If videos — other than squad car or business surveillance footage — captured the events in Waco, they may exist on the bikers’ cellphones, which were confiscated along with weapons, vests and motorcycles.

    Lies. Lies. Lies.

  16. xplor Says:

    Why did so many Banditos travel so far to a Region 1 meeting of the CoC&I that had been moved from ,Austin to Waco? Who was in charge of region 1 ?
    Blackett Arms MC = bandito colors
    Los Pirados MC = Bandito colors
    Tornados MC = ?

    Was it a move on the Coosacks ?
    Why were most of the folks arrested living outside the central state region 1 ? Why was there so much interagency cooperation with the feds.

  17. Brad Milch Says:

    @ Xplor & supporters:

    I thought a little bit deeper on what I said to you & I’d like to add this:

    We all have a lot in common. None of us chose our parents. None of us asked to be here. With few exceptions, all of us are the result of a fuck between at least one male & a female. None of us that visits Rebel’s home were at Waco when 9 people were murdered.

    We all have our opinions. We all live under the Stars & Stripes. The people that created the constitution are all dead. Some of them had slaves. They weren’t perfect. Neither are we.

    If you’ve ever had occasion to observe what goes on in a crab tap, you will notice some similarities between Waco II & that trap. Once the hungry crabs free themselves from the urge to feed, they seek exit from the trap. The other crabs hold them back from escaping.

    You & I did not murder anyone at Waco in May, 2015, Xplor. Some people did.

    Although we see the events that transpired differently, we do have common ground.

    With respects,

    Brad Milch

    PS: I would not help Waco Bacon any more than I would help the killers of Nicole Simpson, Ron Goldman, Caylee Anthony, JFK, RFK, MLK, Malcolm X & the little angel that recently washed up on shore on the east coast in a trash bag. All of them deserved better & all of them have killers that sleep well at night. I suspect, though misguided, you feel the same way.

    Stop off in Waco sometime & spend sometime there. let the natives explain to you that a hot threesome involves a goat & a dog. Then reassess your current feelings.

    Peace out

  18. XYZ Says:

    “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!”

    And…We have a winner.

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