Widow of Biker Killed During Waco Shootout Sues Restaurant for Negligence

The widow of a biker killed in a shootout between cops and members of two motorcycle clubs in a Texas restaurant's parking lot has filed a negligence lawsuit against the chain's parent company. Mary Rodriguez, whose husband Jesus Delgado Rodriguez died after he was shot multiple times during the May 17 incident, claims that Waco's Twin Peaks restaurant was negligent in allowing a biker meeting to take place because they disregarded law enforcement warnings that tensions were rising between the clubs, the Associated Press reported. Just after the shooting, Rodriguez' son, Vincent Ramirez, told NBC News that his father was "in the wrong place at the wrong time." Rodriguez, a veteran of the Vietnam War, was regularly invited to charity runs, Ramirez said.

Contact Us