Here is one of hopefully many, videos from cameras at the Twin Peaks in Waco during the biker shootout.
From the beginning, the bikers were incorrectly categorized as “biker gangs” by the media and law enforcement rather than “motorcycle clubs”. Next, the majority of the 177 bikers jailed were incarcerated without probable cause and held on $1M fill-in-the-blanks/blanket bonds. Those involved in the justice system tried to rationalize the mass arrests as necessary “to preserve the public’s safety” and the Justice of the Peace stated it was to, “set an example”.
Later autopsy reports that would show how many of the bikers killed or wounded were truly from law enforcement weapons were withheld. Additionally, until yesterday, all of the videos were withheld. Even with the release of this one video of the shooting in Waco, there is a lot more information and videos that need to be made public. To help make this happen, the ACLU recommends these contacts:
Send written complaints to (Texas and Out-Of-State Residents):
Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, Texas 78711-2428
Here is a more detailed article on what happened during and after the Waco Biker Shootout.