Posts Tagged ‘Waco Biker murder coverup’

The Aging Rebel has covered this clusterfuck from day 1,he even wrote a book about it.

This case is .gov/police state abuse of power run amok,there’s so much wrong with the case that it’s insanity that those arrested the day of the police state instigated and committed the “Waco Biker Massacre”,or “Outlaw Biker Gang War” or whatever bullshit MSM name that’s been bandied around about this clusterfuck,have not yet had their day in court.

(How’s that for a run on sentence?)

“The great mystery of this case has always been who the federal agents were who contrived this intelligence gathering Mongolian Charlie Fox. Someone other than the witnesses who were arrested conspired to manufacture the confrontation at the Twin Peaks. Somebody thought quarantining the area with militarized police and surrounding the restaurant with video cameras might help ongoing federal investigations into both the Bandidos and Cossacks Motorcycle Clubs.

The most important thing about Sparks’ ruling Tuesday may be that now no one will ever know who that was.”

RTWT @ The Aging Rebel here

 

Via The Aging Rebel here

How all of Waco must laugh at the Constitution. How all its bolo tied mandarins must giggle at the men who have died and suffered in the last 240 years for the silly notion that the natural condition of man is to be free.

This morning, a mere 47 days after Dallas Attorney Clint Broden filed a motion to remove a buffoon named Walter H. “Pete” Peterson from presiding over any further proceedings involving his client, Matt Clendennen, a retired judge named Joe Carroll, photo above, granted the motion.

In his motion for recusal, Broden argued that the buffoon had violated the law when he rubber stamped 177 criminal complaints that were identical except for a blank space that could be used to fill in any name – like Benedict Arnold or Charles Manson or Daffy Duck. Peterson broke the law when he allowed the charging officer, a piece of work named Manuel Chavez who wouldn’t have known any of the men he accused if he fell over them, to just swear that a full ream of affidavits was the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Oppressive

Broden argued that the $1 million bonds Peterson set for all the defendants were oppressive and unreasonable. Broden also complained that the August 10 date Peterson set  for Clendennen’s “examining trial,” comparable to what most states call a probable cause hearing, essentially undermined the whole point of an examining trial – which is to see if probable cause exists to prosecute. Peterson later refused to expedite Clendennen’s examining trial without explanation.

Broden also complained that Peterson is “not neutral and detached.” He wrote, “It appears that Judge Peterson was at the scene of the alleged incident related to which Mr. C1endennen was arrested. Indeed, upon information and belief, Judge Peterson,
a former Department of Public Safety Trooper, may have injected himself into the law enforcement investigation.”

Broden also accused Peterson of colluding with the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office in choosing the date for Clendennen’s examining trial.

Bottom Line

Peterson is self-evidently biased. He told both the Waco Tribune Herald and the Los Angeles Times that he set all the bonds at $1 million to “send a message” because many of arrested “were from out of town.” And, his actions arrantly violate the Cannons of Judicial Ethics. Broden has filed a complaint against Peterson with the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.

And the result of this seven week long legal dance is nothing. C1endennen’s examining trial was not rescheduled this morning. It is still scheduled for the second Monday in August. A regional judge named Billy Ray Stubblefield will now decide who will preside over it. Perhaps he will select Judge Roy Bean or Popeye the Sailor Man. Clendennon and Broden are still forbidden to publically discuss Clendennon’s case. And today’s ruling will have absolutely no effect whatsoever on the cases of the other 176 defendants charged by Peterson.