Alternate Headline = Waco Police Now Claim They Are Being Attacked By Clint Eastwood and an Orangutan Named Clyde. (ie. Waco PD Leak Security Bulletin To CNN)
♦ Waco Research Thread 1 – The initial Shooting As Reported
♦ Waco Research Thread 2 – LEO Affidavits Inconsistent With Spokesperson Claims
♦ Waco Research Thread 3 – The Waco Police Narrative Continues To Evolve
♦ Waco Research Thread 4 – CCTV Video Refutes Original 3 Days of Police Claims
♦ Waco Research Thread 5 – Listen to the Waco PD Radio Traffic
♦ Waco Research Thread 6 – 14 Officers Were Shooting – Report: “Thousands of rounds”
NEW – To fully understand the following discussion about threats to law enforcement you must first travel back to February 20th of this year to understand the backdrop.
Previously CNN’s Evan Perez reported on an explosive story about a report leaked to him via the Department of Homeland Security, and Perez reported on the content saying DHS claims right-wing terror groups known as Sovereign Citizens were a bigger risk to national security than ISIS.
[…]”from sovereign citizen groups as equal to — and in some cases greater than — the threat from foreign Islamic terror groups, such as ISIS”. (link)
What CNN was proclaiming -as content within the DHS report- was transparently helpful to an administration surrounded by increasing focus on ISIS terrorism, and ongoing ISIS brutality viewed on TV screens throughout the preceding several months.
The Perez claim seemed targeted to change the discussion and point the defining finger toward domestic white terrorism as a greater threat. Actually, that’s exactly what he said.
Immediately the moonbats at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and a host of nationally published media outlets picked up on the CNN/Perez report and began numerous outlines of the same and similar construct.
Knowing how CNN and the current administration seem to collaborate on messaging, and identifying that ONLY Evan Perez was interpreting this “leaked report”, and knowing the source document was never actually provided, we became suspicious and began researching the origin of this claim. (Perez refused to provide the source document despite numerous requests.)
It took a week but eventually we were able to get the report released so we could review the content therein for ourselves. As expected there was nothing within the report even remotely accurate to the interpretation as presented by CNN/Evan Perez.
To the contrary, the report factually stated in the first page that most sovereign citizens are nonviolent, and that it will focus only on the violent fringe within a fringe—the people it calls “sovereign citizen extremists,” or SCEs. CNN Lied.
The report describes their violence as “sporadic,” and it does not expect its rate to rise, predicting instead that the violence will stay “at the same sporadic level” in 2015. The author or authors add that most of the violence consists of “unplanned, reactive” clashes with police officers, not preplanned attacks. CNN Lied.
Of course, a week after the CNN propaganda the narrative of dangerous “Right-Wing Extremists” had already been embedded with the help of a liberal media. Ridiculously, the words “right wing” were never in the report in any shape or fashion. CNN Lied.
But, facts be damned – that was “old news” now….
So fast forward to yesterday; same outlet, CNN, same reporter, Evan Perez, and another explosive “leaked” media report about “Threats to Texas Law Enforcement”:
This latest leak, framed to provide sympathy to the Waco Police Department, claims that members of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club are arming themselves with “grenades and C4 explosives” and are plotting to kill “high-ranking law enforcement officials and their families with car bombs.” The “leaked bulletin” lists possible targets in Waco, Austin, El Paso, Dallas, Corpus Christi and Houston.
The alleged plots have been hatched to retaliate against police who shot “their brothers” as they emerged from the Twin Peaks restaurant last Sunday. The “leaked bulletin” based on information from an informant who cites members of the Bandidos and Black Widows Motorcycle Clubs as a source.
Except, there’s a problem.
Just like the violent sovereign citizens report, aka “right-wing extremists”, this latest claim of threats against law enforcement appears completely fabricated.
#1.) Eight of the nine dead Bike Club members were from the Cossacks group. The one other dead biker, 65-year-old Jesus Delgado Rodriguez -a former Marine who won a Purple Heart in Vietnam- was unaffiliated.
All killed by gunshot wounds, all outside the restaurant:
- COSSACKS MC ROAD CAPTAIN Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, of Waco TX
- COSSACKS MC ROAD CAPTAIN Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, of Arlington TX
- COSSACKS MC SERGEANT AT ARMS Richard Vincent Kirschner Jr., 47, of Kylie TX
- COSSACKS MC Matthew Mark Smith, 27, of Keller TX, formerly of Scimitars
- COSSACKS MC Charles Wayne Russell, 46, of Tyler TX
- COSSACKS MC Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, of Ranger TX
- COSSACKS MC Richard Matthew Jordan II, 31, of Pasadena TX
- COSSACKS MC Manuel Isaac Rodriquez, 40, of Allen TX
- and Unaffiliated Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, of New Braunfels TX
REPEAT: No-one from the Bandido’s club was actually killed; and additionally no-one from the club’s leadership has any idea where such an LEO claim would come from.
#2.) The Black Widows Motorcycle Club, while it might carry a looming scary name, is actually the fictitious group from a Clint Eastwood movie “Every Which Way But Loose“. There is no actual Bike Gang called “The Black Widows” anywhere in the South or Southwest.
REPEAT: It was a movie !
But like clockwork the MSM picks up on the CNN/Perez story and they’re off:
Members of the Bandidos biker gang who are in the military “are supplying the gang with grenades and C4 explosives,” according to a bulletin issued Thursday by the Texas Department of Public Safety and reviewed by CNN.
The bulletin warns of plots targeting high-ranking law enforcement officials and their families with car bombs. The bulletin is based on unsubstantiated information from an informant who claimed to have obtained it from Bandidos and Black Widows motorcycle gang members.
The Bandidos want to retaliate against police for shooting “their brothers” as they came out of the Twin Peaks restaurant, the bulletin says.
The gang has ordered a hit against Texas troopers and other officers, according to the bulletin. Among the threats are running over officers at traffic stops and the use of grenades and Molotov cocktails and firearms. (read more)
Reading this: “Members of the Bandidos biker gang who are in the military are supplying the gang with grenades and C4 explosives“, one might ask where are they getting this aspect from?
For that answer you need to go no further than a June 2014 DOJ report which investigated the relationship between “Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs” (OMG’s) and military members:
However, given all of the claims made by Waco PD Spokesperson W. Patrick Swanton over the past five days that have now been proven grossly exaggerated, massively inaccurate, or just flat out false – what would be the motive for Patrick Swanton to be claiming some kind of paranoid theory claiming non-existent threats from non-existent motorcycle gangs?
Guilty conscience = Paranoia?…. and/or the need for narrative sympathy?