Anniversary

It’s been a year since the shootout between the Bandidos and Cossacks at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco. It almost seems like it’s been longer than that, so much has happened since. I posted about it HERE.

I remember hearing the news with horror, like everybody else in the country. That’s a terrible loss of life under brutal circumstances.

I also remember a certain Waco flake-O trying to get us to believe that her bone-breaker buddy Bo died in that scuffle, as well as three of her closest friends, one of whom was like a father to her. But when presented with a list of names of the fallen (thank you Naaman-Brown) and asked to identify which one was Bo, she backpedaled. She never said he died in the shootout, she insists. She just said he died that day.

Uh huh.

The fact is that she’d threatened so many people with the fictitious Bo that it was either put up or shut up. She couldn’t produce him, of course, because he never existed. But she did what she always does, threatening people. When she didn’t have a real man to do it for her, she invented one. Ever the bully, Bo threatened everybody, including former authors, models and associates – he even wrote a scorching email to me. But that was a mistake. It took me about 5 seconds to expand the header and identify that it came from her own IP.

oops.

The only thing she could do at that point was kill him off.

I’m not going to say that it’s lucky that shootout happened. Too many people died and were injured for it to be lucky on any level. But being the opportunistic wretch she is, she jumped on it and used it to her own advantage as the perfect way to kill Bo off. Even though she had previously established that he was out of the country on some covert opp. I think that’s how she originally intended to kill him off. But when the Bandidos, the club she keeps insisting she’s a member of by way of her daddy, were involved in such a public event, she couldn’t resist injecting herself (and her fictional Bo) into the mix.

To me, that truly disrespects the dead. She wanted us to “show some respect” but she, herself, used them to further her own personal agenda.  Disgusting.

Now, a year later, CNN looks back. CNN’s Ed Lavandera gains exclusive access to major figures of the Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs – including Jeff Pike, President of the Bandidos. There will be graphic footage and in-depth surveillance video that you won’t see anywhere else. So if you want a look into what REALLY happened, rather than some whack-job’s selfish agenda, the show airs tomorrow night (May 16, 2016) at 9pm est.

I’ll be watching with interest to learn the real story.

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8 thoughts on “Anniversary

  1. Without putting too much out there, besides the interview about the Banditos, I actually got a surprise from the documentaries on the other MC’s.

  2. Holy cow. There were 480 weapons recovered at the scene. And those were just the ones that were dropped or thrown down. That doesn’t include the ones that got carried away on surviving bikers. That’s a STAGGERING number of weapons.

    Something tells me that these people didn’t show up for burgers and beers. SOMEbody was looking for a fight. And they got one.

    From the look of it, though, it was the police that did most of the killing. Cops shooting from the perimeter took down more bikers than they did each other.

    Still watching.

  3. Update:

    As of June, 2016, Tabetha Jones has no publishing companies in operation that we know about, so our investigation of her has been halted. The point of examining her in the first place was to advocate for authors that reported no royalties and other related abuse from her. If she’s not involved with publishing anymore, that job’s done.

    The posts about her remain in public view in case she starts a new one in the future.

    If more publishing concerns about Tabetha Jones (Willis, Farmer Hoover, Saulters, etc) – AKA Zooey Sweete, Emerald Rai Fleurs, et al – arise in the future, we will post relevant updates. But for now, we’re focusing on happier topics.

    Peace.

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