The first trial for a biker indicted in the Twin Peaks shootout started on Wednesday afternoon with the testimony of a witness who said she suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after the incident.
Nine bikers died and dozens were injured following the shooting outside the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco in 2015.
Christopher Jacob Carrizal who was the vice president of the Dallas chapter of the Bandidos when the shooting happened faces charges of directing activities of a criminal street gang, engaging in organized criminal activity that lead to murder and aggravated assault.
In opening statements, McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna told jurors evidence will show the Twin Peaks incident was not an isolated act of violence but it came from conflict brewing between the Cossacks and Bandidos.
“Twin Peaks on May 17th 2015 did not happen in a vacuum. The evidence will show you that it was a crescendo of conflict that had been occurring for over a…
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