The Associated Press reports that it’s “reviewed more than 8,800 pages of evidence related to the May 11 confrontation [at the Twin Peaks bar in Waco, Texas], including many police reports, and viewed dash-cam video and photos and listened to audio interviews.” That would be some of the evidence protected from public view by a judge’s gag order. There’s every reason to believe the info comes from the prosecutor’s office – indicating that the Waco Powers-That-Be want to get the cops’ side of the story into the papers before the gag order’s lifted, an alternative version of the Waco homicides emerges, cops are implicated and the excrement hits the rotating air circulation device. Think I’m a tin-hat wearing anti-cop cynic, and this late Friday info dump is just coincidental timing? Here’s the AP’s take . . .
Back in June, Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman said three officers fired a total of 12 shots, but police have never said whether those bullets struck anyone, fatally or otherwise.
Officer George Vrail was assigned to a special detail to cover the meeting and wrote in the incident report that he saw two officers during the shootout who “had multiple suspects down …read more
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