The Twin Peaks @ Waco Texas Incident:
Latest Updates as of 24 August 2015
Texas Judge Declares Twin Peaks Gag Order Still in Effect
On Thursday 16 August 2015 the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled the 30 June Gag Order will remain in effect while both sides make their arguments for and against the order.
McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna and Dallas-based attorney Clint Broden have 30 days to file briefs before a hearing determines whether the gag order will be lifted or not.
Broden is representing local biker Matthew Clendennen, one of the 177 arrested in the shooting.
This week Reyna filed a motion to keep the order in place after a judge ruled last week that the McLennan County District Court "abused its discretion" by issuing the order on June 30th.