Waco Biker Massacre Prosecutions Continue To Fall Apart..(this Should Not Happen In America)

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  1. IBME

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    I have my dislike of gangs.......but we have a criminal system, and criminals have rights, this in my opinion is an outrage that this happened. And I fear this could be a possible future for America.

    I hope the city of Waco is sued and looses, and goes bankrupt paying hundreds of millions of dollars in damages for wrongful incarnation, violation of civil rights, etc..


    I don't care nor do I know if they are guilty, you simple do not lock people up, and indict them without just cause and evidence sufficient to prosecute. They may be the scum of the earth, but they have rights.

    Waco Biker Massacre Prosecutions Continue to Fall Apart as Last Set of Original Indictments Dismissed
    Special prosecutor involved in dropping charges says, "I do have a very serious problem as a lawyer with the wholesale charging of people without an investigation" in the case.


    The whole article here...... https://reason.com/blog/2019/02/26/waco-biker-massacre-prosecutions-continu

    Nearly four years ago, over 170 people were arrested after a violent altercation outside a meeting of motorcycle club members at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas, was swarmed by police, who had already surrounded the meeting before anything untoward occurred. Nine people were killed and 18 wounded in the melee. This week, the last of the initial set of charges was dropped after a special prosecutorial team didn't like what it saw.
     
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  2. Sonofliberty

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    What a bunch of crap. Law enforcement definitely went too far here. I agree most of the bikers are probably scum, but that is no excuse. Remember, many lefties think we are scum too.
     
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  3. IBME

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    I have been following this from day one.........what is hush-hush is that the city of Waco (Government and Municipal officials) is extremely corrupt, and nearly everyone is part of the same family or in-laws.
     
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  4. Sonofliberty

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    Good to know. I will make sure that part of Texas stays of my list of relocation areas.
     
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  5. TENNGRIZZ

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    I'm home has long has bikers stick to killing other bikers no different than Crips and Bloods killing each other none of my concern really.S/FI
     
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  6. Morgan101

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    I'm with you on this one, Sourdough. Usually I would side with the police, but there is, or there is supposed to be, due process in this country; Innocent Until Proven Guilty. A massive round-up and wholesale arrests sounds like something that would happen in China or North Korea.
     
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  7. Brownbear

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    In the UK Waco is only known to us for the "Waco Massacre" many years back. I guess that is the power of the media for you. When I read this thread I couldn't help linking the two events together as some sort of injustice and, of course, there is a wholly different reality behind the initial impression.
     
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  8. IBME

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    I had read someplace shortly after this biker shootout, which was likely close to a total "Set-up" given that the police (local and federal) were in elevated and ground level positions, well before the start.

    Anyway the point is that there is some direct connection between Waco, Texas and The United States Dept. of Justice. I think I had read that the connection is through the "Family" that runs Waco, TX.. And that the Federal Government is footing the total cost for this legal "Goat Rope", including the incarceration costs.

    All of which if valid........should scare the shit out of those prepping for a massive SHTF event, and speculating as to how the Government might respond, or is predisposed to respond.
     
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  9. TMT Tactical

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    Just one more reason for me to NOT be part of a MAG / prepper community. If the shtf and the government is hunting dissenter / preppers, I don't want to be on that list. I plan to be off by myself. Think back to the 'Revenuer" days back in the hill country. Out of site, out of mind and no still to track down.
     
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  10. lonewolf

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    I am probably well know to the authorities due to my time on prepper forums and I am definitely on some list, whether any sort of round up of so called dissidents is possible post SHTF depends on if its a slow burn event or a fast one, if a fast one they will have their hands full without me.
     
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