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Waco, Texas / Bikers Shootout / Police Interview #1083832

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 18, 2015
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(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Waco: Nick Valencia) The deadly battle in Waco, Texas, between rival motorcycle gangs & law enforcement featured; scenes shown from outside the Twin Peaks restaurant; details given about the arrest of 170 bikers. [Waco police Sgt. Patrick SWANTON@- comments on this fight, the police returning fire; states the business could have done more; notes the arrests are for organized crime.] The threat of more violence from biker gangs, who might target police, & a restaurant statement quoted discussed.

(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) The statement from Swanton shown. [SWANTON - talks about the gunfire.] [In live interview, SWANTON - says there is a possibility of more bikers coming into the area; comments on the evidence in the shooting, how it is difficult to process 170 bikers.]

(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper; studio: Jeffrey Toobin) The difficulties in prosecuting so many people or of prosecuting the restaurant owner discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Valencia, Nick;
Toobin, Jeffrey

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