Twin Peaks biker groups come face to face for the first time since deadly shooting

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WACO - The two biker groups involved in the Twin Peaks shooting a year and a half ago met again last night at the Harley Davidson store in Waco. 
 
Police were called to the location on South Jack Kultgen Expressway by the store's manager around 8 p.m. Thursday.  
 
This was the first time the Bandidos and the Cossacks have been seen publicly in the same place since the deadly shooting. 
 
Channel Six news reporter Chris Rogers spoke with police and they said there were certainly tense moments for store managers and witnesses on the scene. According to police however, the two groups left the store without any incidents. 
 
Witnesses say the incident was uneventful. 
 
The Bandidos and Cossacks have had a historically bitter relationship. Their past includes a 2013 brawl that led to a stabbing outside the Logan's Roadhouse in Abilene. They were also involved in a gang battle in a bar in Fort Worth in 2014. This violent and bitter relationship was what eventually led to the notorious Twin Peaks shooting in 2015 that left nine dead and several others injured.
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