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AG will not accept case because it is weak. Reyna urged a Texas Ranger to withhold evidence in Bandido Carrizal’s case

By James ” Hollywood” Macecari

By the looks of it Reyna is starting to be exposed for what he really is, a corrupt, power hungry POS. This dude would fit in real good with the ” Chicago Democratic Machine” up here in my neck of the woods. The Texas Attorney General has refused to help Reyna’s office with prosecutions related to the “Twin Peaks” incident.

Here is my question, being from Chi-Town, I know how bad corruption can really be when it comes to politicians, especially District Attorneys. But how in the hell is this guy not been recalled or charged yet? Where is the FBI on all this? Multiple law enforcement agencies have already stated the fact this guy is corrupt. Now it’s being learned that Reyna urged a Texas Ranger to withhold evidence in Carrizal’s case? This is one of those WTF moments. Even if any convictions are secured through this circus, how the hell are any of them going to be held up in appeal with the stench of this guys hands on them?

The best and most realistic outcome for this whole circus should be all parties cases be dismissed on the count of prosecutorial misconduct. An internal affairs investigation started on the actions of the police that day, the FBI get off it’s ass and finally do something for the people of this country and take a POS like Reyna down. Why would the citizens want to continue to pay millions for something Reyna did out of corruption and political gain?

I often am amazed by the left’s ability to protest when they feel something is not right. Sometimes I will blast them for it, but you have to give them lefties some props, least they will get out there on the streets and protest, scream and yell until something gets done. Where is all the protest? Where is all the outrage in the streets? The internet can only do so much, it takes getting on the streets, raising hell to get these so called politicians to listen. It will also take the citizens of McLennan County to get off the internet, contribute in the effort to get people like Johnson and Boozefighter Jedi elected to office. If you cannot volunteer then give a couple bucks to their campaigns, this is the chance for the biker community to come together and right a serious wrong. If we don’t take that opportunity, then we have nothing to bitch about. Just sit back and continue to watch things like Waco happen time and time again, until finally, we loose everything we stand for because we were to stupid to stand and fight.

Source: Coalition Of Independent Riders (C.O.I.R.) Region 2 Dallas/Fort Worth Metro

The Texas Attorney General’s Office will not help McLennan County prosecute a Twin Peaks case McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna recused his office from last week.

Hours before a hearing in which Reyna had been subpoenaed to testify, he dismissed 13 cases that had been pending almost three years, refused prosecution in eight others that had not been indicted and recused his office in the Twin Peaks shootout case involving Billy Jason McRee, a former Cossack from Seagoville.

Judge Ralph Strother of Waco’s 19th State District Court thought the county could save money by asking the AG’s office to take the case instead of having to appoint private attorneys to prosecute the case.

Strother received a letter Tuesday from Lisa Tanner, chief of the AG’s criminal prosecutions division, who said the state lacks the resources to accept the request, “largely due to nine death penalty prosecutions” the office is involved in that are set for trial this year.

The letter states the division has more “active, large-scale cases than we have ever had,” including capital murder, murder and sexual abuse cases.

“Quite simply, we currently have no qualified prosecutors whose caseload will allow them to take on a case of this magnitude,” Tanner wrote.

Strother said Tuesday he now will ask if three Houston attorneys who were appointed in November to handle another Twin Peaks case Reyna recused his office from will handle McRee’s case.

Reyna recused his office in Matthew Clendennen’s case in late October, and Senior Judge Doug Shaver, of Houston, appointed Brian M. Roberts, Brian Benken and Feroz Merchant as special prosecutors in the case. Strother’s office had not heard back from the attorneys Tuesday afternoon.

Fort Worth attorney David Conrad Beyer, who represents McRee, said the AG’s office might be reluctant to take the case because he has indicated he is going to call Assistant Attorney General Christopher Lindsey as a witness in the case.

Lindsey, who served as liaison between state agencies and Reyna’s office during the first Twin Peaks trial involving Jacob Carrizal, was secretly taped by Carrizal’s attorney, Casie Gotro. Carrizal’s trial ended in a mistrial, with most jurors leaning toward acquittal.

Lindsey can be heard on the recording telling Gotro that Reyna urged a Texas Ranger to withhold evidence in Carrizal’s case and said he thinks Reyna is “deluded” and cannot be trusted.

Besides Lindsey working for the AG’s office, Beyer said he thinks the AG will not accept the case because it is weak.

“I know that the AG’s office is a very large organization, and the fact that they can’t find anybody to handle these cases is pretty indicative of their opinion of the prosecutability of these cases,” Beyer said. “We are trusting that whoever they appoint to this case will do what justice requires.”

 

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Source: Waco Tribune

The Texas Attorney General’s Office will not help McLennan County prosecute a Twin Peaks case McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna recused his office from last week.

Hours before a hearing in which Reyna had been subpoenaed to testify, he dismissed 13 cases that had been pending almost three years, refused prosecution in eight others that had not been indicted and recused his office in the Twin Peaks shootout case involving Billy Jason McRee, a former Cossack from Seagoville.Judge Ralph Strother of Waco’s 19th State District Court thought the county could save money by asking the AG’s office to take the case instead of having to appoint private attorneys to prosecute the case.

Strother received a letter Tuesday from Lisa Tanner, chief of the AG’s criminal prosecutions division, who said the state lacks the resources to accept the request, “largely due to nine death penalty prosecutions” the office is involved in that are set for trial this year. The letter states the division has more “active, large-scale cases than we have ever had,” including capital murder, murder and sexual abuse cases.

“Quite simply, we currently have no qualified prosecutors whose caseload will allow them to take on a case of this magnitude,” Tanner wrote. Strother said Tuesday he now will ask if three Houston attorneys who were appointed in November to handle another Twin Peaks case Reyna recused his office from will handle McRee’s case.

 

Reyna recused his office in Matthew Clendennen’s case in late October, and Senior Judge Doug Shaver, of Houston, appointed Brian M. Roberts, Brian Benken and Feroz Merchant as special prosecutors in the case. Strother’s office had not heard back from the attorneys Tuesday afternoon.

Fort Worth attorney David Conrad Beyer, who represents McRee, said the AG’s office might be reluctant to take the case because he has indicated he is going to call Assistant Attorney General Christopher Lindsey as a witness in the case.

 

Lindsey, who served as liaison between state agencies and Reyna’s office during the first Twin Peaks trial involving Jacob Carrizal, was secretly taped by Carrizal’s attorney, Casie Gotro. Carrizal’s trial ended in a mistrial, with most jurors leaning toward acquittal.

Lindsey can be heard on the recording telling Gotro that Reyna urged a Texas Ranger to withhold evidence in Carrizal’s case and said he thinks Reyna is “deluded” and cannot be trusted.

 

Besides Lindsey working for the AG’s office, Beyer said he thinks the AG will not accept the case because it is weak.”I know that the AG’s office is a very large organization, and the fact that they can’t find anybody to handle these cases is pretty indicative of their opinion of the prosecutability of these cases,” Beyer said. “We are trusting that whoever they appoint to this case will do what justice requires.”

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