FILE - In this Oct 13, 2016 file photo, McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna appears in court in Waco, Texas. Prosecutors have narrowed the scope of a the case stemming from a May 17, 2015 shooting left nine bikers dead, 20 wounded and nearly 200 arrested outside a Twin Peaks restaurant, in Waco. Problems with evidence and the lead Prosecutor's damaged credibility could get in the way of any convictions.
FILE - In this Oct 13, 2016 file photo, McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna appears in court in Waco, Texas. Prosecutors have narrowed the scope of a the case stemming from a May 17, 2015 shooting left nine bikers dead, 20 wounded and nearly 200 arrested outside a Twin Peaks restaurant, in Waco. Problems with evidence and the lead Prosecutor's damaged credibility could get in the way of any convictions. Waco Tribune Herald, via AP, File Rod Aydelotte
FILE - In this Oct 13, 2016 file photo, McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna appears in court in Waco, Texas. Prosecutors have narrowed the scope of a the case stemming from a May 17, 2015 shooting left nine bikers dead, 20 wounded and nearly 200 arrested outside a Twin Peaks restaurant, in Waco. Problems with evidence and the lead Prosecutor's damaged credibility could get in the way of any convictions. Waco Tribune Herald, via AP, File Rod Aydelotte

Cases against bikers struggle 3 years after Waco shootout

May 17, 2018 07:33 PM