Veterans and Bikers Crash Flag Burning Protest in New York City Park

Anti-police activists set out to protest racism in a New York City park Wednesday by burning the American flag. Instead, they “got a huge surprise from a group of veterans and bikers who sent the flag-burners scattering — and getting an exit escort from the same police they demonstrate against,” according to BizPac Review.

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WATCH: Arrested Waco Biker’s Full Press Statement

Matt Clendennen is one of the “Waco 170” — the 177 people arrested after the shooting incident outside a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas that made national headlines on May 15th. Here is his statement from a June 15th press conference, discussing what he saw at the restaurant, and his arrest and incarceration.

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Biker Thug or Innocent Victim of Waco Police? Watch & Decide!

The controversy over the Waco 170 continues as mre info comes out about the people who were arrested after the deadly May 15th shooting incident outside a biker event in Waco, Texas. Now with this exclusive interview with one of the arrested, you can make up your own mind.


Four Weeks Later: Waco Police Narrative Unravels

As bikers gear up for a planned peaceful protest on Sunday, while more of the bikers arrested after the deadly May 17th shooting incident outside a Waco Twin Peaks restaurant are released, and more details come out about the men and women detained and the circumstances of their arrest, more troubling unanswered questions remain about Waco police’s account of the incident.

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Waco Police Say Only Three Officers Fired at Twin Peaks Bikers

During his news conference Friday, Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman defended investigators’ decision to arrest the roughly 177 bikers following the shooting, and charge each with engaging in organized crime. “Those people who went to jail that night, there was probable cause for that arrest,” Stroman said.


Waco: Complaint Filed Against Official Who Set $1M Bonds for Bikers

More legal challenges are stacking up against Waco authorities in the wake of the May 17th shooting incident outside a Twin Peaks restaurant. After last week’s recusal motion, another attorney has filed a complaint with the Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct against Waco Justice of the Peace Walter H. “Pete” Peterson.