it focuses it's perspective on the Cossacks and the Bandidos, while no boyscouts, and their clash over the "Texas" rocker argument. A matter I don't give a shit about. It's theme is that this was a shootout between biker gangs, not bikers shot and killed by cops.
It's strange to read this view of a police vs biker massacre which doesn't ask why police were surrounding a restaurant meeting, with SWAT and lots of markmen sharpshooters who aimed for the head (Correct me if I'm wrong, but 2 bullets center mass and re-evaluate... ain't that the police procedure far and wide? Supposedly?) and murdered and injured with furious shooting without a care for collateral injuries to restaurant staff. (bullets have a habit of going through windows and walls)
Read for yourself, let me know if you think it's extremely strange way to tell the facts (it's a news organization) about a slaughter, when it's 90% about the patches, and never mentions the # of dead.
However, over at AgingRebel.com, the details were found about some of the shooters. So far, Waco Swat has been given a pass, and though having killed at least 4 of the 9, aren't even going to be seeing the inside of a court room.
192 people who are not police officers will face prosecution, cops who killed won't.
A different aspect... the seizure of the bikes and vehicles...
" in the days after the arrests scores of vehicles were impounded, Most of them were released within a month, often because the people who drove or rode them to the restaurant that day didn’t have clear title to them.
“I received a 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle for possible forfeiture involving this case at Twin Peaks,” a Waco cop named Vincent Glenn wrote in June. “During my investigation, I discovered the motorcycle has a lien on it. I confirmed the validity of the lien through the lien holder, Unity One Credit Union. I released the vehicle on 6-10-15."
Four hundred eighty-five days after the event, Waco police are still holding 16 motorcycles and 10 trucks seized from people who have never been proven to have committed any crime."
The dash cam footage from one cop car has been released onto you tube