Here's something that will ruin a good brunch.
At least nine peope are confirmed dead in a shooting around noon Sunday at Twin Peaks restaurant, said Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton.
All of the fatalities are members of biker gangs. No patrons, servers or less enforcement officials were killed, Swanton said.
Amazingly, the fight involved "at least" three biker gangs. It must have been quite a scene. Even more amazingly, Twin Peaks management wanted the gangs to frequent their establishment even as they knew trouble was brewing, Swanton told WacoTrib.com.
Good call, idiots.
The TV report below says the fight started over a parking space, but how that could be the catalyst for a multi-biker gang shootout eludes us.
All we know is these lowlifes were endangering the lives of innocent people with their infantile rage and weaponry. There's your cherished clientele, Twin Peaks.
The good news is the deceased at least got to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights before they died.
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