Jail and court officials are working overtime to process those arrested in the Waco melee, while trying to keep rival gangs separated for safety concerns. All this, while law enforcement continues the task of analyzing evidence, forensics, and statements of those involved – including eye witnesses. There is no way to know how long that will all take.
In the meantime, NPR’s John Burnett joins the Texas Standard to share the latest from Waco.
And later, family members of some of the bikers arrested are coming forward. They claim many individuals were caught up the situation, and had nothing to do with the deadly brawl. Katherine Rhoten, a wife of one of the bikers, tells her story.