WACO – The grim reality of what happened at Twin Peaks during the biker shootout was made clear to the jury on Thursday as the trial for Bandido Jake Carrizal rolled into day 12. Prosecutors showed video from inside and outside the restaurant after the shooting ended and the crime scene was still fresh.
The video showed an empty restaurant with dead bodies sprawled out everywhere, and blood smeared all over the floor. Amber Richardson, City of Waco crime scene technician, walked through the Twin Peaks shooting video of the scene right after the deadly shootout. Everything from bloody bandanas to guns, brass knuckles, and multiple dead bodies. Richardson was called to Twin Peaks around 2:30 p.m. on May 17, 2015, and was assigned to the patio and interior area of the restaurant.
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Backyard drug labs are popping up ever more frequently throughout Australian suburbs – but what many people don’t know is the toxic trail they leave behind.
A Current Affair was given an inside look at the police squad that spends its days busting the bad labs in Aussie neighbourhoods.
One bust showed a seemingly normal suburban house – a sprinkler on the lawn, a normal interior.
However, police will allege the ensuite bathroom included a selection of equipment used for drying drugs.The alleged cook was charged with numerous offences.Police will allege there were enough precursor chemicals to produce $8 million worth of MDA.
In the spare bedroom, next to a huge Lego collection, police claim they found a similarly designated area.
“They had sufficient laboratory equipment to produce great quantities of MDA,” Detective Inspector Denzil Clark of the Queensland Police Drug Squad said.
He said police would allege there were sufficient precursor chemicals to
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The clip, shot using state-of-the-art 360 degree camera technology, shows the teams working inside a New York City house that played host to a shocking murder late last year. Blood stains cover the floor in almost every room of the house, painting the staircase and hallway in a chilling dark red carpet.
Men dressed in yellow biohazard suits package up items left in the rooms to be disposed of, before moving on to the next to begin the arduous task of cleaning.
HORROR SHOW: A crime scene clean up worker deals with the grisly aftermath of the killing
In one of the final shots included in the video, the camera is positioned inside the room 25-year-old Carolyn Bush’s body was found showing the horror of the scene that unfolded.Bush was killed by her roommate, 26-year-old
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