Dozens of cyclists engaged in an emergency shooter who left nine dead outside of a Waco, Texas, will scold all charges, a report said Tuesday.
About 200 bicycles were arrested after the massive melody between Bandidos and Kosacks gangs outside the Twin Peaks restaurant in May 2015.
But the former McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna had only taken conspiracy charges against 155 of the alleged participants – despite the death and more than 100 guns, knives, clubs and brass clips that recovered from the stage.
The first case ended in a mistake in November 2017, and Reyna never took any of the others to trial.
Later, Reyna released charges against all but 24 of them and failed to relocate, according to the Waco Tribune-Herald.
Now, his successor, McLennan County District Attorney Barry Johnson, says he is releasing the remaining allegations, as Reyna's case is weak, the report reported. 659002] Gangbangers could have faced murder, assault, and weapons charges if Reyna did his job ̵
"In my opinion, this measure had been the subject of one it would have, and should have resulted in, many judgments and imprisonment against many of those who participated in the Twin Peaks brawl," he said.
"For the next three years, the former district attorney failed to take that action for reasons I do not know today."