Killer bikers could still be walking free in Waco, Texas, according to the county's top prosecutor.
McLennan County District Attorney Barry Johnson on Tuesday dropped all remaining charges related to the biker shooting in 2015 that left nine men dead and another 20 injured. Johnson told The Daily Beast he dropped the charges against 24 people because he claims his predecessor botched the case. As a result, he said, some people who may be responsible for murder may never face justice.
“I don't think we can conclude who shot who,” said San Antonio attorney Alfonso Cabanas, whose client's case was dismissed in May 2018. “I don't think we're ever going to find out.”