Skip to comments.UPDATE: Waco “Twin Peaks” Shootout – All Charges Dropped, Not a Single Successful Prosecution…
Posted on 04/02/2019 9:16:00 PM PDT by Paladin2
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“The sad thing here....the amount of money that just dissolved away to support the cases.”
No, the really sad thing here was what this malicious prosecutor did to those whom he arrested’s lives. These guys didn’t work on Wall St., they had jobs that they lost by reason of what Whacko did to them. In a just world, Whacko owes them all reparations in seven figures.
Nine murders by law enforcement, corruption and lies by them, prosecutors, and judges, and no one held accountable. This is not justice. This needs a serious independent investigation and charges for murders, for corruption, for false imprisonment, and everything. They all need to go to jail. Maybe even execute a few guilty murderers. Nine people dead, more than 177 people entrapped, falsely jailed, persecuted, and mostly bankrupted. They need justice.
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Take advantage of the Personal Freedom that we still have.
>>I do think that law schools ought to develop an entire course around the Twin Peaks episode and talk about the need to assess complex cases early on, and have a written plan or list of objectives.
You can’t teach that in law school and even if you could, the law students would forget it all by the time it became relevant.
Contrary to what is actually alleged here and elsewhere, I really don’t think the cops shot anyone who wasn’t firing a weapon. Does anyone making that claim have ANY evidence showing that? What I heard immediately after the incident was that the cops stood down and were criticized for that. Later, they were accused of killing the bikers — i.e. the exact opposite of what was alleged before. I don’t think everything was done correctly here (quite the opposite) but murder is a huge stretch. A cop drives up, sees a shootout, and just starts firing his weapon into it. That doesn’t make a whole lot of sense for several reasons:
— a cop is trained to cover first; you can’t shoot if you’re already shot; covering takes time and this shootout didn’t last long
— the cop doesn’t know that the DA is going to make a mess of the case and cover his actions up
— internal affairs still exists over and above the DA; the cop at the scene has no idea how his actions will be judged
— there’s video literally everywhere and cops know that; they knew this back then; this isn’t 1970; they aren’t going to shoot into a crowd thinking there MIGHT be a video recording that
And the ones financially ruined.
If the cops expected trouble why were they not on the inside in full uniform instead of outside in basically sniper positions? If the cops where inside this insanity would not have happened. The real question to me is who planned this operation and why it was planned in this manner?
Calling Weasly Clark...
You did good!!
1997!!!...and your curious still!!!
My guess still is that it was Abel Danger who wanted a textbook operation case to present at the upcoming Waco located meeting of the Midwest Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Investigators Association.
#11. Where Reno is, there are no phones. Pitchforks, yes. Phones, no.
I want a complete timeline from all of the videos and sound data collection. Note that the cops had plenty of such AND THAT THEY TOOK ALL OF THE SMART PHONES ON SITE TO DELETE THOSE DATA.
Total coverup since that has not been produced.
But its a helluva lot more than that.
Classic, I need to document this very well.
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FloridaPoser hides from these threads, now.
Not even any point in pinging him.
His petard is brutally hoisted and he now trolls other threads, being a bitchy PITA.
They’re “subhuman” bikers [TG again] and “good” people do not give a flying feck.
You didn’t know that?
/this crap contributed to the Bikers For Trump, believe it
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