New information surfacing regarding the Waco Twin Peaks Biker’s shooting with Texas law enforcement officers.
Stephen P. Stubbs, a Las Vegas, Nevada attorney is stating he has been approached by the motorcycle club to speak out on behalf of the bikers who want their true story told on what happened at noon May 17, 2015, at the now closed Twin Peaks Restaurant (4671 South Jack Kultgen Expy Waco, TX 76711).
Mr. Stubbs appeared on the Pete Santilli radio show and uploaded today, June 4, 2015:
Waco Biker Club Lawyer Tells All About Illegal Police Shooting
I’ve also located Stephen P. Stubbs YouTube Channel..he has also uploaded his clients’ perspectives on the Biker incident:
Twin Peaks Waco What the Video Will Show (as soon as it is released) Biker Witnesses’s Perspective
“Witness in the Cossacks inner circle claims that a police officer infiltrated the Cossacks Motorcycle club (named “Voodoo”) and that Voodoo was the driving voice in favor of the Cossacks going to Twin Peaks for a “show of force”.
So where is Biker Voodoo who appears to have incited some Cossack uninvited members to show up who may have initiated the patio shootout against the Bandidos?
True Story, Waco, TX Twin Peaks May 17, 2015- Boozefighter a Hero
Also, the video showing “everything” was from the Don Carlos Restaurant who shared the same complex as the Twin Peaks Restaurant, continues to be withheld by enforcement authorities.
In addition, Don Carlos Restaurant has filed a legal claim against the Twin Peaks franchise for $1,000,000 (Don Carlos Lawsuit pdf). The suit alleges “thousands of bullet rounds were fired by law enforcement officials and gang members” at the complex.
Attorney Stubbs mentioned in the video a couple were disembarking their pickup truck and were not part of the chaotic scene, were nonetheless arrested, and now being held for $1,000,000 bond and branded gang members. This couple are known as honorably discharged, ex-military Sgt. William English and his wife Morgan (source: washingtonweekly)
The nine victims of the shootout, including one Purple Heart medal recipient, are:
- Richard Matthew Jordan II, 31
- Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65
- Charles Wayne Russell, 46
- Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44
- Wayne Lee Campbell, 43
- Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39
- Richard Vincent Kirschner, Jr., 47
- Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40
- Matthew Mark Smith, 27
The Purple Heart recipient was an innocent 65-year-old bystander, motorycycle enthusiast, named Jesus Rodriquez, (aka “Mokawk). He was a decorated Vietnam Veteran with no criminal record that simply showed up to an organized political meeting.
According to the preliminary autopsy results, all nine men killed in the violence died from gunshot wounds either to the head, neck, or torso, and each death is listed as a homicide.
Autopsy final report will not be updated online. Copies of the final report are made to the immediate family members only. Should the fee for each copy of the report be paid and made available to the public, I will try to update it here.
Further, we’ve learned that Twin Peaks Restaurant is ending “bike night” at each of its 76 locations around the country.
Be safe. Be blessed.