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Attorney Says Waco Cops Made False Claims About Biker Brawl

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WACO, Texas -- It's a story that peaked our interest. Wednesday night, Twin Peaks hosted its Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest. These girls were serving up way more that suds.

Hey, now this is the national attention Twin Peaks is used to.

But, it was last month's deadly biker brawl in Waco that really created a buzz. Nine people died, over a dozen more were injured, and a whopping 177 guys were jailed after the shootout.

Now an attorney for one of the biker clubs at the center of that crime claims Waco P.D. is 'feeding false information to the public.'

In a statement, Bandidos attorney Stephen Stubbs demands the department release all video collected from surveillance and body cameras. What's more, he wants autopsy reports in order to, as he says, show what really happened.

The Bandidos claim they were at the restaurant to attend an organized political meeting and didn't know other groups would also be there.

They also claim their weapons were legal and they didn't start that deadly shooting.

But Waco P.D. fired back with this statement:

"Some think we can release everything at this point but that is simply not the truth. This is real life and not a made-for-TV movie,โ€ Waco P.D. Sgt. Swanton said.

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