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UPDATE: City of Waco requests subpoena for Twin Peaks surveillance video be blocked


UPDATE: A hearing has been set for Tuesday at 9 AM to address the City of Waco's motion to quash the subpoena. Matthew Clendennen's attorney also filed a motion to have sanctions implemented against the City of Waco.

The Dallas attorney for Waco biker Matthew Clendennen plans to file a motion Friday morning asking 54th State District Judge Matt Johnson to order the lawyer for former Waco Twin Peaks franchisee to comply with the subpoena for video of the biker gang shootout.

Clendennen's attorney, Clint Broden, also plans to ask the Court to impose sanctions against the City of Waco for filing a motion to quash that subpoena.

On Monday, a McLennan County District Clerk filed a subpoena to obtain surveillance video taken by the Waco Twin Peaks restaurant the day of the biker shooting.

The subpoena was served on Patrick Keating, the lawyer for the Waco Twin Peaks franchisee, on behalf of Waco biker Matthew Clendennen, who is the defendant in a case brought by the State of Texas.

Clendennen's attorney claims that Patrick Keating was willing to turn over the video, but that the City of Waco is trying to block that effort.

The city says that Clendennen has no right to obtain the video from anyone other than the State of Texas, citing a protective provision.

You can read the official documents submitted by both Clendennen's attorney and the City of Waco.

Click here to view the quash from the City of Waco.

Click here to view the response by Clendennen's attorney.

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