Target: Texas Department of Public Safety
Demand: End motorcycle gang violence by arresting leaders.
After nine people were killed in a violent shoot-out in Waco, Texas police are cracking down on motorcycle gang violence. However, new threats have been reported against law enforcement.
Allegedly, leaders of the Bandidos motorcycle club have been given weapons, including grenades, by members who are in the military. The gangs are now threatening law enforcement officials and their families, saying that car bombs and other explosives will be used against them in retaliation for killing their club members.
This cannot be allowed to happen. Urge authorities in Texas to arrest leaders of these biker gangs to prevent more violence against civilians and law enforcement.
Dear Texas Department of Public Safety,
New threats have emerged since the deadly shooting in Waco involving rival motorcycle clubs. Now, though, the threats are against law enforcement. Allegedly motorcycle club leaders have threatened police and their families with explosives provided to them by members of the club who serve in the military.
Police are the ones that are charged with protecting the public so these threats must be taken very seriously. This violence must end. We the undersigned urge you to investigate and arrest the leaders of the motorcycle clubs who are making these threats in order to maintain public safety.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Craig Howell