Friday, April 14, 2017

23 months ago, May 2015, in Waco, Texas, cops killed members of several motorcycle clubs. They still haven't had a trial to provide evidence of why sharpshooters were taking headshots

The news said that the 1st case will go to trial on Monday, April 17, 2017.

Next Monday.

The next one follows in June, with seven cases alternating between Judges Strother and Johnson each month.

Another news source says it will be delayed, because of a change in lawyers, or and that May 22nd was to be the first trial, but now there is no given date for the trial to begin (Same newspaper and writer)

Judge Ralph Strother, of Waco's 19th State District Court, released a panel of 186 potential jurors Friday, who had reported to fill out questionnaires for the trial. Christopher Jacob Carrizal was set to be the first biker tried

Northcutt said Friday he might have to seek another continuance because he still is waiting for the McLennan County District Attorney's Office to provide him with more discovery materials in the case.

"We will have to see, but when you don't have your discovery, it is hard to have a trial," Northcutt said. "We are still waiting, and there is just so much that I don't have at this point."

9 dead guys, 150 charged, and 23 months go by before anyone gets a day in court.

WTF? Are they purposely delaying a trial so cops can retire with benefits before they get their testimony examined as to why they shot people who weren't handling weapons, and why they had sharpshooters surrounding a restaurant ready willing and ipso facto going to kill people

Federal authorities prosecuting top national officers of the Bandidos motorcycle group in San Antonio have information that relates to the May 2015 shootout at Twin Peaks in Waco, but they will not share it with McLennan County prosecutors until after the federal trial, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas said.

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