Jun 13, 2015

Police: Suspects fired most shots in Texas biker melee

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Texas officers involved in a deadly shooting outside a biker gathering in Waco had disabled the automatic setting on their rifles, and most of the dozens of shell casings found at the scene were from suspects' guns, police said Friday. Only three of the 16 officers outside the Twin Peaks restaurant fired their weapons after gunfire erupted following a dispute between two...

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