Waco cops and the McLennan County DA’s Office are viewed as the most corrupt law enforcement agencies in Texas.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
July 27, 2015
Garfield, Texas – On Sunday, the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents (COC&I) met in Region 1 and raised at least $4,816 including a $560 check from the Brick House Bike Night, according to a video of a biker meeting that took place to discuss the May 17 Waco biker massacre by cops and it’s victims. The money in donations is being raised for the Waco biker victims who were wrongfully arrested and charged for organized crime. Many of the bikers have lost their jobs or have fallen into economic despair including their families for the wrongful arrests and $1M dollar bonds that kept about 177 bikers locked up for weeks. When in fact, most of the bikers were actually attending a COC&I bi-monthly scheduled meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant and were arrested by police after a small fight escalated from several shots being fired by the Cossacks M.C. members that struck at least one biker, he survived. Police, mostly rookies with automatic weapons who had the COC&I under surveillance quickly responded when the biker brawl brokeout and allegedly managed to kill at least nine bikers that included a member of the Bandidos M.C.
The COC&I Chairman, Jimmy Graves, aka, “Gimme” called upon all the biker clubs and independent groups to stand up and fight for their rights and declared action against the corrupt Waco cops and the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office for filing frivolous organized crime charges and $1M dollar bonds for most bikers who were attending a meeting in Waco. Graves says, that he will fight the Waco corruption with a bible in one hand and a copy of the U.S. Constitution in the other hand and called for bikers to join him in an equal rights war against corrupt public officials in Waco.
Graves said, that the COC&I has a budget of $160K, which $45K has been spent for the legal defense for members, including $60K collected in Texas for the Waco biker victims and their families. The money raised on Sunday will also go for bikers and their families that were arrested and are now facing economic despair for losing their jobs or livelihoods while they were held for weeks on a $1M dollar bond. At least 177 bikers and women were wrongfully arrested and charged.
Graves confirmed on Sunday, COC&I members that were arrested in Waco on May 17 will be included in a class action lawsuit to be filed against the Waco Police Department, Waco City officials and McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna and others involved in the massacre of nine bikers and Waco Police Detective Manuel Chavez for filing frivolous charges against the bikers.
Graves blames Waco police for the escalated gunfire at the Twin Peaks and says, police knew that the Cossacks were going to initiate a fight with members of the Bandidos and police didn’t take steps to prevent it other than to massacre fellow bikers.
Waco police and the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office have seal several surveillance videos from the Twin Peaks and Don Carlos Restaurants showing the actual biker massacre by Waco police and Texas Rangers involved. Authorities don’t want the videos exposed to the media and public because of damaging evidence against all the law enforcement officers involved.
The COC&I is now watching the U.S. v. Mongols M.C. case where several corrupt U.S attorney’s in California are attempting to declare that the Mongols colors or patch, the Motorcycle Club logo (registered trademark) should be confiscated to prevent members from wearing it as their right for association and free speech by declaring the M.C. is a criminal enterprised and members use the colors to commit crimes.
The corrupt feds are expected to lose the case, but if they succeed, then the Bandidos, Outlaws, Hells Angels, Pagans, Sons of Silence, Warlocks, Highwaymen, Free Souls, Vagos and other motorcycle biker clubs will also be targeted by the feds to confiscate their club vest logos for alleged criminal activity.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is well aware that the Waco police and the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office used frivolous charges against most of the Waco bikers that were arrested in May, but the DOJ have not launched any investigation targeting the alleged corruption by Waco police and McLennan County D.A. Reyna.
Video of Sunday’s COC&I Region 1 meeting in Garfield: https://youtu.be/gwMbtD5s_EI