From the Annals of the Shoot-outs – In 2015, members from the Bandidos and Cossacks motor cycle gangs and other bikers began fighting at the Twin Peaks restaurant off Hwy 6 in Waco. Police were monitoring the scene and after gunshots were fired a major shoot out commenced. As one of Red’s friends cynically reported at the time, “No one was injured – (sotto voce) – nine bikers were killed.” In fact, nine gang members were killed and twenty others injured. Unraveling the sequence of events has been challenging. It does appear that most of the dead were killed by police fire. More than 150 were arrested at the scene, but there has been but one trial of Bandido leader Jake Carrizal more than two years later. And that ended in a mistrial. The overall impression is that the McClellan County District Attorney’s office was overwhelmed with the extent of these cases and has badly bungled the investigation and prosecution of some who clearly committed crimes and others who did not.