So a bunch of middle-aged bikers get into a row at a restaurant in Texas. Next thing you know, the fists are flying, then the boots, then the knives and chains come out and then the guns, as a brawl turned gun battle rages inside a busy restaurant and spills into the parking lot at a strip plaza at the intersection of two busy streets at high noon.
Miraculously, the only persons killed or hurt were a bunch of middle-aged bikers.
If you want some insights into how the Bandidos take care of business, google Shedden massacre. That involved the murder of eight bikers in a power struggle at the Canadian branch of the Bandidos MC. Did these guys go to a busy restaurant at high noon to sort out their differences?
No, they took care of business far away from the public. That's the way it's done.
Something doesn't add up in that Waco story.