The Twin Peaks Ambush: A True Story About The Press, The Police And The Last American Outlaws (Paperback)

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A year after the fact, the brief, deadly, biker brawl in the parking lot of the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas on May 17, 2015 remains a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. Nine people died and nineteen more were wounded. Numerous news outlets "explained" the event as a "real life Sons of Anarchy episode." Until now, that has been as insightful as writers for numerous national and international publications have dared to be. From the very beginning, local authorities in Texas have tightly controlled the narrative of what happened in Waco that Sunday in May in order to save themselves from embarrassment and criminal and civil liability. Almost two hundred people face long prison terms for conspiring to act criminally although so far local prosecutors have refused to state what each of those defendants actually did other than try to survive. The prosecutors' refusal to talk about the case has led to widespread and often wild speculation. Now, the shroud of propaganda and lies has finally been lifted. In the exhaustively researched The Twin Peaks Ambush: A True Story About The Press, The Police And The Last American Outlaws, Donald Charles Davis tells the true story of that tragic day to you. And what you read will surprise, touch and outrage you.

About the Author


Donald Charles Davis has written almost exclusively about the motorcycle outlaw counterculture for the last eight years. His previous books about this dark corner of America include Out Bad, The Aging Rebel, Framing Dave Burgess and The Twilight of the Outlaws. He has a well known website at www.agingrebel.com.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781533174925
ISBN-10: 153317492X
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: May 18th, 2016
Pages: 202
Language: English