Over 170 people still facing charges in Waco biker shooting

Over 170 individuals still have serious criminal charges to their names six weeks after the fatal shooting at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, according to the Wall Street Journal on July 3.

Members of rival biker gangs became involved in a fatal shooting on May 17, resulting in a huge amount of arrests. However, some of those arrested arrested, including military veterans, municipal employees, and another person who said he didn’t own a motorcycle, believe they are being held unjustly.

The gunfight resulted in the death of nine people and caused injuries to at least 18 others. As of June 30, six of the people who were arrested remained in prison.

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