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PostSubject: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Sun May 17, 2015 9:32 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 12:03 pm

Seems another media op.  No videos of the actual fighting.  No bikes knocked over.  Lots of cryptos hanging out.


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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 1:01 pm

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Seems another media op.  No videos of the actual fighting.  No bikes knocked over.  Lots of cryptos hanging out.


So are YOU Claiming there was no shootout?

Because We all know that rival gangs like the Outlaws and Hells Angels have never had beefs...

Glad youre on the case, Mr Wag. Way to go

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 2:25 pm

Thanks for that informative post, Walt.  That's really clears it up!

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 3:03 pm

Bandidos Motorcycle Club: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Published 9:35 pm EDT, May 17, 2015   Updated 12:45 pm EDT, May 18, 2015   3 Comments   By Tom Cleary
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A member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. (Getty)
Members of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club were among 5 gangs involved in a shootout in Waco, Texas that left 9 dead and 18 injured.
Two other gangs, the Cossacks and the Scimitars, who appear to be aligned, were also involved in the shooting. The other two gangs haven’t been identified.
Police said Monday morning that 170 people were arrested in connection with the shooting and will all face engaging in organized crime charges. The investigation is continuing.
The rivalry between the Cossacks and the Bandidos in Texas goes back to at least 2013.
According to the BigCountryHomePage.com, the president of the Abilene, Texas chapter of the Bandidos, Curtis Jack Lewis, was arrested in November 2013 on charges that he stabbed two members of the Cossacks during a fight outside a restaurant.
Here’s what you need to know about the Bandidos:


1. The Bandidos Were Formed in Texas in 1966 & Spread Worldwide

The motorcycle club was founded in 1966 by Vietnam War veteran Donald Chambers in 1966 in San Leon, Texas, according to one of its websites.
The gang’s motto is “we are the people our parents warned us about.” It’s patch is a man in sombrero with a machete and pistol.
It has spread to more than 100 chapters in the United States, and international chapters in Germany, Australia, Denmark, France, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Malaysia, Indoensia, Singapore, Costa Rica and Belgium.
There are more than 1,000 members in the United States.
The gang’s main rival has historically been the Hells Angels.
A gang expert told the Washington Post that the gang shootout parallels previous fights between the Bandidos and the Hells Angels, one of the world’s largest biker gangs.
The expert, Kansas City-area police officer Steve Cook, said the feud started because the Cossacks, backed by the Angels, challenged the Bandidos for control of Texas. Other gangs joined the battle with the Cossacks because they were angry over recent killings by the Bandidos.
“My perception is that the Cossacks have been flirting, if you will, with Hell’s Angels,” Cook told the Post. “If I’m a Bandido, my immediate reaction is: ‘These guys are going to try to make a move and bring an international gang into our state, which is going to cause a war.'”
Cook also told the Post:
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The Bandidos already knew that the Cossacks weren’t going to play ball, and when push came to shove and these guys weren’t cooperating, all hell broke loose. You can tell by the number of weapons involved that these guys came looking for a fight. They were prepared.

Bandidos vs. Cossacks: A History of Their Deadly Feud

The feud between two Texas biker gangs, the Bandidos and Cossacks, was at the center of a Waco shootout that left nine dead and 18 injured.
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2. The FBI Has Named Them as an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang


A member of the Bandidos motorcycle gang stands outside the Bandidos Berlin Eastgate club on June 24, 2011. (Getty)
The FBI has named the Bandidos as an outlaw motorcycle gang.
The FBI says of the gang:
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The Bandidos constitute a growing criminal threat to the U.S. Law enforcement authorities estimate that the Bandidos are one of the two largest OMGs operating in the U.S., with approximately 900 members belonging to 93 chapters. The Bandidos are involved in transporting and distributing cocaine and marijuana and are involved in the production, transportation and distribution of methamphetamine. The Bandidos are most active in the Pacific, Southeastern, Southwestern and the West Central regions of the U.S. The Bandidos are expanding in each of these regions by forming additional chapters and allowing members of supporting clubs, known as “puppet” or “duck” club members who have sworn allegiance to another club but who support and do the “dirty work” of a mother club – to form new or join existing Bandidos chapters.

Cossacks Motorcycle Club: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

The Cossacks Motorcycle Club members were among 5 biker gangs involved in a brawl and shootout outside a Waco, Texas restaurant that left 9 dead and 18 wounded.
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3. The Gang Was Involved in the ‘Great Nordic Biker War’ With the Hells Angels in the 1990s


Members and supporters of the motorcycle gang, Bandidos, of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany. (Getty)
The Bandidos were involved with what has become known as the “Great Nordic Biker War” with rival Hells Angels in Scandanavia from 1994 to 1997.
According to the website Gangsters Inc., the three-year war resulted in 11 murders and 74 attempted murders, with 96 people wounded.
The fighting included gun fights, car bombs and even an anti-tank missile fired at a prison cell holding a Bandidos member.


4. An ‘Internal Cleansing’ Led to a Mass Murder in Canada in 2006


An April, 2006 computer screen grab shows the site for the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. (Getty)
An “internal cleansing” led to the largest mass killing in Ontario, Canada’s history in 2006. According to CTV, eight men were fatally shot and stuffed into cars that were abandoned southwestern Ontario in April 2006.
Six men were convicted in the killings.

Scimitars Motorcycle Club: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Scimitars Motorcycle Club members were among five biker gangs involved in a brawl and shootout outside a Waco, Texas restaurant that left nine dead and 18 wounded.
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5. The Waco Shootout Was Called ‘One of the Worst Gun Fights’ in the City’s History


A Waco police officer leads a biker away from the scene of a shooting that left at least 9 dead and several others wounded. (Waco Police photo)
One officer called the shootout between the rival gangs “one of the worst gun fights that we’ve had in the city limits of Waco.”
Police told KXXV-TV that all of the victims were gang members who had gathered at the Twin Peaks restaurant. At least 18 others were, also all bikers, were injured. The extent of those injuries wasn’t immediately released.
Sgt. Patrick Swanton said innocent bystanders and officers somehow managed to escape injury, including a restaurant full of families just feet away from the one where the shooting started. Suspect
“Let’s just say it’s Sunday and someone was looking out for us,” Swanton said. “There were so many rounds fired from bad guy weapons here.”
Police said there were at least 100 bikers at the scene and at least five gangs involved. Swanton said the argument started over a parking issue.
More than 100 weapons were recovered at the scene.
“We were in marked cars. They knew we were here, they knew that we’ve been here at their past events. And it mattered not to them,” Swanton said at a news conference, which was posted online by KXXV. “That tells you the kind of level of people we’re dealing with.”
The police department’s spokesman, Sgt. Patrick Swanton, was clear about who the bikers are after a reporter said one of the bikers claimed that they are clubs, not gangs.
“They are a biker gang. We know exactly who they are,” Swanton said at a televised news conference. “A bunch of criminal element biker members that came to Waco and tried to instill violence into our community and unfortunately did just that.”
“These are criminals on Harley-Davidsons,” he said.

Waco, Texas Biker Gang Shooting: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

A shootout between rival biker gangs at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas left nine dead and 18 wounded in one of the largest gun fights in Waco history.
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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 3:12 pm

So Hell's Angels want a piece of TX just like the jews do?  Where could this go?

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 3:19 pm

Lawsuits

In 2009, the parent company of Twin Peaks sued a competitor in a Texas Federal Court. The plaintiffs alleged their competitor planned to open a chain of competing "breastaurants" named "Northern Exposure" which used waitress uniforms similar to those of Twin Peaks.[12]
In 2011, a number of former Hooters executives (including former CEO Coby Brooks) left Hooters to start a Twin Peaks franchise group. Hooters then filed suit against Twin Peaks and alleged the former Hooters executives had stolen Hooters trade secrets and management documents as part of their move to Twin Peaks.[7][12]


Waco, Texas motorcycle club gunfight

Main article: 2015 Twin Peaks shooting
On May 17, 2015, a gunfight among rival biker gangs broke out at a Waco, Texas Twin Peaks restaurant. 9 people were killed and 18 were taken to the hospital. A police spokesman expressed anger at the management of the local Twin Peaks, which he said had been less than helpful in dealing with gangs in the past.[13] The next day, Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced a 7 day suspension of the location's liquor license, while the corporate headquarters announced that it was revoking the location's franchise.[14]

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 7:46 pm

Jewish provocateur angle....


Waco Bikers Shooting Double Standards ?

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 8:15 pm

Where are the restaurant security cam vids?

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 9:46 pm

Cops killed most of the bikers - AR15s
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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 11:08 pm

170 people now in custody.
That number seems awfully high to me. Perhaps this is the next group to get crackdown after the militias. Strange that it also happened to be in Waco, of all insignificant places.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon May 18, 2015 11:10 pm

wag wrote:
Where are the restaurant security cam vids?

According to the articles I've seen, the restaurant owners were privy to what was coming and did nothing to stop it.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Tue May 19, 2015 10:42 am

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170 people now in custody.
That number seems awfully high to me.  Perhaps this is the next group to get crackdown after the militias.  Strange that it also happened to be in Waco, of all insignificant places.


Yep.

It's the easiest way to take down the Bandidos, who currently control TX, and coopt their revenue streams.  Plan a media op, arrest all their leadership (each has $1M bail).  Who would stand up for them?

Now, it appears that Bandido members of primarily Aryans, proud ones, biggest enemy of the jews.

But the key piece of evidence for me is all the bikes still standing, nicely parked after the "shooting".  You have to think that if your guys are getting clubbed, knived and shot, you'd want to both get the hell out of there fast and knock down all the rival bikes like dominoes. 

In my mind, another clear hoax.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Tue May 19, 2015 3:32 pm




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Mugshots of many of the roughly 170 suspected biker gang members who police say were involved in Waco shootout that killed nine. (NBC 5 photo)

You would think bikers would give a more animated mugshot.  Only one smiling is the jew in the bottom row?

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Tue May 19, 2015 7:17 pm

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Mugshots of many of the roughly 170 suspected biker gang members who police say were involved in Waco shootout that killed nine. (NBC 5 photo)

That's only 33 of them. There are over 5 times more.

As for Aryan leaders, I don't get my hopes up. Like most white Americans they have a hard time identifying the real enemy and are rather fighting amongst themselves.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Tue May 19, 2015 9:49 pm

What would happen were something even remotely similar to this to go down during the 'Jade Helm summer'... Kosher provocateurs come to mind
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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Tue May 19, 2015 10:06 pm

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What would happen were something even remotely similar to this to go down during the 'Jade Helm summer'... Kosher provocateurs come to mind

Stinks like a set up, for sure.  The numbers 9 and 18 made the initial headlines.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Wed May 20, 2015 9:23 pm

Cop snipers kill most of the motor cycle gang
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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Fri May 22, 2015 10:23 pm

Thats the word on this...cops opened fire.

Damage control the event afterwards. Fat Mexicans mostly but this was way out of line IF true and heads need to and will roll if proven true.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon Jun 01, 2015 1:47 pm

Jacob Gold wrote:
Cop snipers kill most of the motor cycle gang

TEXAS TYRANNY: WACO JUDGE AGREES TO LET MOST BIKERS GO – IF THEY SIGN A CONTRACT VOWING NOT TO SUE FOR WRONGFUL ARREST

http://washingtonweeklynews.com/texas-tyranny-waco-judge-agrees-to-let-most-bikers-go-if-they-sign-a-contract-vowing-not-to-sue-for-wrongful-arrest/
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PostSubject: Re: Bandidos, Cossacks and Scimitars in a TX shootout   Mon Jun 01, 2015 5:30 pm

I wonder what they gleaned from the operation?

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