Waco Day 1790

April 9, 2020

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Waco Day 1790

Yesterday, a federal district judge and part time birthday clown named Alan Albright in Waco, Texas ruled that it is all perfectly legal to indict scores of people on identical, mimeographed charges and hold them on bail conditions that amount to summary, six figure fines as long as they are signed by an admitted liar with only hearsay knowledge of the accusations he swears to be true.

The plaintiffs in the case allege that the city of Waco, McLennan County, and various local government and police officials flagrantly and maliciously conspired to deprive the lawsuit complainants of their constitutional rights after a very violent brawl at the Twin Peaks restaurant n Waco on May 17, 2015.

The respondents in the case include former police chief Brent Stroman; former district attorney Abelino Reyna; assistant police chief Robert Lanning; Waco gsng expert Jeffrey Rogers; Waco police public information officer Patrick Swanton; Department of Public Safety Lieutenant Steven Schwartz; DPS special agent Christopher Frost; and Manuel Chavez, who admittedly committed perjury when he signed 177 criminal complaints he knew nothing about after being ordered to do so by Reyna.

Legalese

The complainants allege violations of their constitutional rights under the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments. The individual respondents argued their freedom from the consequences of their actions under a legal doctrine called “qualified immunity” which is a sort of get out of jail free card for cops.

Judge Albright ruled that the complainants could not allege violations of their liberty under the Fourteenth Amendment but could complain that their Four Amendment right “to be free from arrest unless the arrest is supported by either a properly issued arrest warrant or probable cause,” could be asserted.

Albright also ruled that it had not become possible to seek relief under a claim of a Fourth Amendment violation for deliberate fabrication of evidence until four months after the complainants filed their suits. Consequently, technically, the plaintiffs couldn’t sue.

Albright’s 23-page ruling is worm eaten with that sort of sophistry as if justice is a petty game. Albright is a Waco local and by his words he appears to be a vital member of the local political criminal enterprise.
Casualties

In all, Albright dismissed lawsuits filed by 45 survivors of the Twin Peaks Ambush; the widely publicized “Twin Peaks Biker Brawl” that occurred when members of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club ambushed members of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club as they tried to park before attending a meeting of the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents.

Police and officials began hiding evidence and propagandizing news of the incident minutes after it ended. There is strong circumstantial and anecdotal evidence that the tragedy was instigated and abetted by local, state and federal police to advance a federal investigation into the Bandidos. When the ambush turned out to be worse than its inept planners intended it to be a vast coverup began and the casualties of that coverup were far more numerous than the casualties of the brawl.

After Albright’s ruling, Todd Brandt who is the lawyer defending both the city of Waco and Reyna told Tommy Witherspoon of the Waco Tribune-Herald that the ruling was a “harbinger” of “future rulings involving cases filed by other bikers who also were indicted.”

“We are thrilled with this ruling,” Brandt told the Tribune-Herald. “We think the judge got it right and we think we will win on any appeal.”

Don Tittle, who represents many of the Twin Peaks survivors, remained optimistic. He told Witherspoon, “Ultimately, this was always going to be determined by the Court of Appeals. The only thing the judge’s ruling really changes is whether we are the party bringing the appeal or the one responding to it. Either way, the ruling was going to end up on appeal.”

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9 Responses to “Waco Day 1790”

  1. citizen M.F. Says:

    And that cocksucker Abel Reyna just wanders off into the sunset.

  2. Mr Nobody 1%er Says:

    I’m saddened by the bike club members who believe that this would not go to the Supreme Court.If your not prepared to fund that endever you are wasting money. U are fighting a enemy with all the cards. The Supreme Court is stacked with good old right winger Bible thumpers. They believe in their will not free will. Sadly I have been thru it first hand.
    In the 80z clubs would openly say it’s a 1%er problem not ours. But with the growth of M.C. everywhere poping up like they where couple years ago.The Fact With clubs sewing on a Diamond just because they deem they are? You need to know. This is just another day living the dream in a 1%ers life. We already know the outcome. But fight we will.I say this with no disrespect. U all think the system is going to help u? It’s designed to destroy you and your club. Waco just was to visable for the real enemy. Next time you won’t see pole cameras. Happy Easter Rebel

  3. Stevo Says:

    Let’s be real here fellas, these motherfuckers are the same vermin molesting under age kids in their Skull & Bones clubhouses, rubber stamping each others back hand bullshit and sharing their Stepford Wives with each other on bridge night, of course they got each others backs. As my old pal Sieg would agree, TOSIAR.

    Stevo

  4. Bone Head Says:

    I don’t think this (including the day at Twin Peaks) is over yet.

  5. Freebird Says:

    @ Ed

    If he has a soul it’s trading lower than a barrel of oil

    My advice to him is

    Reap the whirlwind mother fucker…….

  6. Gordo Says:

    “qualified immunity”

    “The end justifies the means”????

    Prosecutorial misconduct????

    Legal expletive!!!

  7. Freebird Says:

    If at the end this stands

    The untouchables movie was a documentary…..

    Either way not going to change who I am and how I live life

  8. ed Says:

    ….and I’ll say it. You can thank Justin Forestor for all that shit. He was working for the feds at that time and was given the heads up on that shit long before it happened. All that could have never happened.

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