Report of Waco Police Affidavit/Warrants Inconsistent With Initial Public Claims By Same Police…( & absolutely no one is surprised.........)
- Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, died of gunshot wounds of the head and trunk.
- Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, died of gunshot wounds to the neck.
- Richard Vincent Kirshner, Jr., 47, died of gunshot wounds but the report did not specify where he was shot.
- Richard Matthew Jordan, III, 31, died of gunshot wounds to the head.
- Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, died of gunshot wounds to the head and trunk.
- Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, died of gunshot wounds to the head.
- Matthew Mark Smith, 27, died of gunshot wounds to the trunk
- Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40, died of gunshot wounds but the report did not specify where he was shot.
- And Charles Wayne Russell, 46, died of gunshot wounds to the chest.
From the outset the police description of events at the Twin Peaks (Waco) Gang Shooting seemed oddly self-serving, super efficient/fast, and unusually specific for a mass casualty event outlined in under 3 hours. It was *as if* they wanted to get out ahead of something.
One of the original claims, that was still maintained by officials last night, was the origin of the gang violence beginning in a restroom of the bar/grill and spilling outside.
Additionally, the police originally stated that all gang member gunfire was inside the building, and all the deceased were shot inside the restaurant.
However, a report outlining the 500 page construct of the police affidavit and arrest warrant(s) claims that all events happened outside in the parking lot:
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