HEWITT — Speaking from the home of a biker jailed after the Twin Peaks Shooting, Clint Broden, an attorney for Matthew Clendennen, said a polygraph showed his client did not take part in any of the violence on that day.
Clendennen, a member of the Scimitars Biker Club and with his family by his side, told a room full of members of the media his reason for becoming a member of the Scimitars.
“The fact that every person that I talked to was a hard working individual, supported their families, were involved in charity events and giving back to the community.”
Clendennen said on the day of the Twin Peaks Shooting on May 17th he arrived at the restaurant and was waiting to order food. He said he heard a large group of bikers pull into the parking lot. He said after that there was some sort of commotion, a verbal argument and a short time later he said he heard the first gunshot.