Abel Reyna Appointed Pope

December 22, 2017

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Abel Reyna Appointed Pope

Yesterday, Judge Homer David Peeples, also known as Judge David Peeples (Peeples is the giant, cartoon head above) decreed that, in honor of American justice, Abelino Reyna, The Elected District Attorney of McLennan County, Texas is preserved from the possibility of error whenever any lying, self surviving nonsense falls out of his mouth as long as he is performing his official duties as The Elected District Attorney of McLennan County, Texas. Like the Pope is infallible when he speaks ex cathedra.

The new doctrine of Elected District Attorney infallibility arose out of Peeples dismissal of a Texas Court of Inquiry.

Last October, a Dallas judge named Teresa Hawthorne “found probable cause to believe that” either Reyna or Waco Police Detective Manuel Chavez committed perjury or aggravated perjury at a hearing held on August 8. Hawthorne concluded this after reading a transcript of that hearing.

Defense attorney Clint Broden had questioned Reyna and Chavez under oath to determine which of them was responsible for writing a form affidavit that authorized the arrest of 177 witnesses to a state sponsored mass murder at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco on May 17, 2015.

What Truth Means

During that hearing Reyna testified that Chavez “a lot of input” into the drafting of the legal basis for the mass arrests. Reyna testified the detective had “a lot of the input – that’s what I was telling you about the hole from communication. There was a gap in communication between what was going on at Twin Peaks and what was going on at the convention center. And I remember getting the affidavit and it was, I believe, a draft somewhat of it. And I remember the draft made its way to Manny Diaz…I mean, Manny Chavez. And Manny said something like… to the effect of, this looks good. But at that point in time, I cautioned him and told him, Manny, you need to read every single line and word in this affidavit and if you cannot swear to it, then you need to go back out there and get on the phone and call the people at Twin Peaks and make for sure that you can swear to everything in this affidavit.”

“And I…I told him that,” Reyna elaborated, “and I stressed it to him. And he says, no, okay, I will. And I said, that’s a draft. We’re working on it. You better make sure that you can swear to everything in that affidavit. And you need to go back out there and talk to the people at Twin Peaks. You need to talk to the people that had the Intel leading up to it,• the people that were…that were sitting out there watching these guys try to kill each other. You need to know every single bit of it. And he said, I will, I will.”

Chavez remembered their collaboration differently. He said Reyna had simply presented him with “the final copy” of the affidavit and told him to sign it. Broden asked Chavez, “Do you ever recall Mr. Reyna saying words to the effect, now, Mr. Chavez, you need to make sure that everything in here is true and I need you to call people and make sure it’s true before you sign your name because you’re signing your name? Did any conversation like that take place?”

“ I never spoke to Mr. Reyna that night,” Chavez testified.

Since Hawthorne ordered the Court of Inquiry to convene, additional witnesses have stated that Reyna and Chavez never spoke the night the probable cause affidavit was drafted.


Peeples, who is currently the presiding judge of Texas’ Fourth Administrative Judicial Region, decided to cancel the inquiry. After all, what would be the point? If someone is The Elected District Attorney of McLennan County, Texas then common sense dictates that he cannot lie.

“I have decided to dismiss the Chavez/Reyna court of inquiry,” Peeples wrote. to the parties. “My decision rests on two separate and independent bases. First, I conclude that the evidence of perjury is insufficient and does not justify continuing the court of inquiry. Second, I continue to have serious prudential concerns about procedure.” Peeples promised to issue an order, or possibly an encyclical, next year that “elaborates on my reasoning.”

Reyna issued a statement that read: “I am very pleased that Judge Peeples has seen that the Court of Inquiry was baseless and just another attempt by the biker defense attorneys to personally attack me in an effort to distract attention from the truth of what occurred at Twin Peaks.”

Broden issued a statement that read: “I believe I fulfilled my ethical responsibility by bringing this scientifically impossible contradiction in testimony to an impartial judge to determine if a Court of Inquiry should be initiated. I am disappointed that this process was not completed as contemplated by the Code of Criminal Procedure. Having fulfilled my ethical responsibility, I consider my role in this matter to be concluded. Of course, it will be up to any other attorneys aware of the scientifically impossible contradiction in the testimony at the August 8, 2017 to determine whether another Court of Inquiry should be requested so that a decision can be made after a judge takes testimony and evidence on the matter. Likewise, it will be up to the public to compare the testimony from the August 8, 2017 and come to their own conclusions.”

Also from now on fire will be called “algebra” and the holiday previously known as Christmas will be called Halloween.

Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius.


23 Responses to “Abel Reyna Appointed Pope”

  1. david Says:

    As the attorneys say, “at this point in time”, it is scientifically impossible for Loser Reyna to speak the truth. The people could replace the POS in the near future by vote.

  2. Filburt Says:

    Real Eyes, Realize, Real Lies. Self preservation first.

  3. Phuquehed Says:

    Fuck you Peeples, you shit-stain on the face of this nation. If you were any more corrupt, they’d just casll you ‘Don’ Peeples. Go test the warning label on a plastic bag, you useless fuck.

  4. Griz's Gal Says:

    Nobody Important, ditto.


  5. Hero Says:

    Reyna the true Teflon don strikes again. Man I can not stomach the lack of justice in the justice system. Had it been you, me or Joe blow we would be under the jail. This guy is just a billboard for the corrupt system. Justice is supposed to be blind, not the judges and proscuters.

  6. jay Says:

    the ‘good ol boy’ network strikes again….

  7. Gandalf Says:

    @TN “They create an atmosphere where crime is a necessary element of seeking justice.” Yes… it’s been that way for awhile in the USA. (esp Waco) They cheat, so you MUST cheat. Following their rules and Laws is the kiss of death.

  8. Dasein Says:

    Nobody Important: Thank you. I withdraw my remark. Perhaps Texas can take care of its own here and boot Reyna in the ass.

  9. Nobody Important Says:

    As a Texan, I feel compelled to state that everyone else in Texas hates Waco.

  10. TN Says:

    They create an atmosphere where crime is a necessary element of seeking justice. Much like what you see when governments are overthrown… Just saying.

  11. Dasein Says:

    Texas is a failed state.

  12. Iron Rider Says:

    @ Stlrzfan

    Gotro was talking about Federal court cases like the ones the Bandidos are facing. In Federal court in order for the defense to subpoena issued they have to ask the judge to approve their motion for a subpoena to allow someone to be served.

    In state court it is way easier for the defense to get a subpeona

  13. Iron Rider Says:

    Wow. That must have been quite the hand job that Reyna gave Peeples to get this dismissed. Here is the thing though Peeples didn’t even hear evidence even though the there was contradiction btwn Reyna and Chavez and who said what, Peeples had no desire to hear what transpired and just outright washed it away.

    There must have been some pretty good politicking going on behind the scenes, I will say this the effort that has gone into making sure that the Twin Peaks mess stays covered up and the truth keep away from the bikers and their counsel is nothing less than astounding. Everyone knows there is a lot wrong with the Twin Peaks cases from Law enforcement to other Lawyers to the public yet there is no desire for the truth to be had and for a very corrupt D.A. in Reyna to be punted from office.

    If you had a glimmer of hope that maybe the Texas justice system would want to get to the truth about Twin Peaks that glimmer is slowly slipping away even more. I fee sorry for anyone who has to go to court in McLennan county because the fix is in.

  14. MtPockets Says:

    @ Millie

    To get Reyna booted is, of course, a start in the right direction. The problem is becoming more and more apparent all the time in that the whole damn just s system in Texas is corrupt.

    How can that judge possibly look at what was said and toss it?
    Because the while system is corrupt, thats how.

    No other explanation.

    Merry Christmas, everyone!


  15. Millie Says:

    Abelino has a challenger in the Republican primary. And a Democrat opponent in the general election. I bet both of those gentlemen could use some contributions.

  16. Stlrzfan Says:

    Cassie Gotro said, On “reasonable Doubt”, something to the effect that you can’t even subpoena these people unless they say they will allow it. Something like that. What the actual fuck!? No wonder the prison-industrial complex is thriving. Talk about a stacked deck.

    The Revolution Will Be Televised.

  17. Gandalf Says:

    … and Justice will be served as it always has been. Later and away from the public.

  18. Gandalf Says:

    Merry Christmas everyone. No worries. There are so many bullets flying at Reyna and so many guns pointed at Him something’s gonna hit. Don’t let this story ruin your Holidays. Don’t give them the satisfaction. Fuck them. 99% of Y’all ain’t never going to see a Trial. The rest ain’t never gonna get convicted. Reyna is a paper Tiger and He knows it. This shit was over the second Jake took the stand. Cossacks&Co are protected by LE and the rest are protected by God. Happy Holidays.

  19. Stlrzfan Says:

    Decided on…The Friday before Christmas. And the other bullshit will be released on the Friday before (pick a holiday). These “people” (lizard like) really have no respect for commoners. “Well hell, Billy Bob, we’ll just float that out thar. Ain’t a one of these idjits gonna notice”
    The revolution Will be televised.

  20. Paladin Says:

    Members of the Society of St. Tammany were mere neophytes compared to the Wicked of Waco. If bikers could cover their asses as well as Reyna continues to cover his, none would ever see the inside of a courtroom.


  21. Paula Carroll Swann Says:

    I REALLY WANTED THIS TO BE HEARD. Reyna committed perjury on the 6th day of August 2016.
    Every one of those local yokes committed perjury along with the they can’t remember. My guess is they have friends across Texas all in high places in the Judicial System here.
    Such a shame to destroying so many lives to benefit a career on. Have any of these people any heart or even a soul.
    Well I will continue to pray that God will see it through or perhaps a big serving of KARMA to effect those of whom did the destroying and their families, just as they did to these 248 families and may that KARMA hit these destroying, covering up with a wicked that’s 3 time greater.

  22. Jim Jones Says:

    A little piece of advise to all the folks in Texas (advise is worth exactly what it costs, which is nothing), why do Texans keep paying legislators to make laws, cause Judges (in Texas) don’t pay much attention to them anyway!

  23. MtPockets Says:

    Do the citizens of McLennan County Texas view their court system the way that the rest of us do?

    In reading the story, both on here (thank you, Rebel) and in the Waco Tribune, the inquiry got dismissed because the Judge who initiated it was NOT from McLennan County.
    What kind of fucked up bullshit is that?
    It’s pretty clear that SOMEONE perjured themselves but since the Judge who initiated it is ‘not from around here’ it must be ok???


    I never knew that those in Texas had such a shallow understanding of reality or of right from wrong.

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