More video surfaces of deadly Twin Peaks shootout
A Nevada lawyer has posted a series of videos on YouTube that show the deadly May 17, 2015 shootout at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant.
Stephen P. Stubbs, a tax attorney in Henderson, Nev., says he does not represent any of the bikers charged in the shootout.
He told KWTX Tuesday he posted the videos, which he said were obtained from a variety of media sources he refused to identify, in hopes that the truth about the shootout will be reported.
The videos were recorded by security cameras inside the restaurant and law enforcement cameras outside the building.
Nine bikers all of whom were members of either the Bandidos or the Cossacks, died of gunshot wounds.
Another 20 bikers were injured.
Officers arrested 177 bikers, all of whom were initially charged with engaging in organized crime and were ordered held in lieu of $1 million bonds.
Since then another 15 have been arrested after they were named in sealed indictments.
More than 150 bikers have been indicted.
Ballistics reports obtained earlier show four of the bikers were killed by shots from .223-caliber rifles, the only type of weapon fired by police during the melee.
Two had wounds from only that kind of rifle; the other two were also struck by shots fired from other guns.
The five other bikers who were killed only had wounds from other guns.
It's not clear whether any bikers had .223-caliber rifles.