Twin Peaks Biker Hearing Puts Waco District Attorney on Hotseat

Lawyers for three of the bikers at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas, filed legal documents to have the district attorney recused from their criminal cases. On Monday, a hearing on their motions put the McClennan County District Attorney on the hotseat. D.A. Abel Reyna, the police chief, and other law enforcement officials, were all placed on the stand to testify during the hearing.


Top Bandidos Arrested in Texas

Three of the highest ranking leaders of the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Organization (OMO) were arrested in Texas on Wednesday.

Urteile im Geraer Bandidos-Prozess erwartet

Waco Biker Shooting Victim was Purple Heart Recipient Who Served in Vietnam

One of the nine bikers killed outside the Twin Peaks Restaurant in Waco, Texas served in Vietnam, and was a Purple Heart recipient. Although some news accounts have claimed all nine of the slain bikers belonged to criminal gangs, he was not even a member of a motorcycle club, and had no criminal record.

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‘Criminal Meeting’ of Bikers in Waco was Actually Organized Political Gathering

Despite the characterization by police that the afternoon gathering at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas that led to Sunday’s bloody shooting incident was a gathering of criminal biker gangs with violent intent, the meeting appears to have been a legitimate, organized gathering of motorcycle riders meeting to discuss political issues.


FBI Report: Bandidos Biker Gang Allied with Los Zetas Cartel

Long before the Bandidos motorcycle gang became an international headline for taking part in a fierce turf war at a Waco restaurant authorities had been able to link the outlaw motorcycle gang with the violent Mexican cartel known as Los Zetas.

NGIC Report - Gang Affiliations