Members of Texas CopBlock have requested a Call Flood on behalf of the 170+ bikers who were arrested and are being held at the McLennan County Jail, with $1M ransoms being demanded for each, after the May 17th shootings at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, TX. (See below for more details.)
Call Flood Details – June 10th, 2015 4:00 PM CDT
Waco (TX) Police Department
Online Contact Form: http://www.waco-texas.com/cms/forms/contactus.aspx
Chief Brent Stroman: http://www.waco-texas.com/cms/forms/contactus.aspx?name=Brent%20Stroman
Phone Number: (254) 750-7500
Waco City Attorney: Jennifer Richie
Online Contact Info: http://www.waco-texas.com/attorney.asp
Phone Number: (254) 750-5680
McLennan County District Attorney: Abel Reyna
Phone Number: (254) 757-5084
Waco Police Association (Police Union)
Online Contact Form: http://www.waco-pa.com/contact-us/
Texas CopBlock has requested this call flood as a result of the unfair treatment, excessive bail demands, and unsubstantiated arrests of bikers who were not actually involved in either the shootings themselves or even the altercation preceding the shootings. As of yet, charges for the majority of those arrested have either not been filed, or have not been made public. In addition, those being held have been given the option of signing a waiver of their right to sue in exchange for being released. This is both a violation of their civil rights and an indication that the police do not have solid evidence against them, but are attempting to coerce them into giving up those rights.
Most of the bikers being held have been arrested for merely being in the same building. All told, nine lives have been lost and 18 people have been injured. Many people, including witnesses present at the incident have been questioning the official story and casting doubt upon the legitimacy of the actions by the police, including the extent of police involvement during the incident, how many of the dead and injured were actually shot by the police, and whether the police had provocateurs that intentionally helped to escalate the incident.
The Facebook invite for this event can be found here:
Additional Information/Eyewitness Accounts
Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs, a Las Vegas attorney who has been featured several times on CopBlock.org in the past (here, here, here, here, here, here, and here), is well known as an advocate for civil rights and specifically for defending motorcyclists, especially those that have been targeted by the police and/or government agencies/departments. Because of his past reputation for supporting the rights of bikers, he has garnered trust and connections within that community, as well as an understanding of the inner workings of motorcycle clubs, beyond the typical hype and myths.
Below is a series of videos he has released on his YouTube channel discussing the case itself, as well as the many unanswered questions, wrongful arrests, excessive bail amounts, and illegal lawsuit waver demands. Many of the details he discusses in those videos consist of inside information, provided by eyewitnesses or those who have spoken directly to people that were in attendance during the Twin Peaks shootings in Waco.
Wrongfully Arrested Bikers Have to Sign Lawsuit Waiver to be Released
The Truth About the Twin Peaks Shootings in Waco, TX.
Eyewitnesses’ Perspectives on the Waco Biker Shootings
True Story of a “Boozefighter” Hero
Are the Bandidos Really Ninjas?
Kelly is a lifelong resident of Las Vegas, who’s been very active in local grassroots activism, as well as on a national level during his extensive travels. He’s also the founder/main contributor of Nevada Cop Block, served as editor/contributor at CopBlock.org and designed the Official Cop Block Press Passes.
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