WACO — The Twin Peaks surveillance video will not be shared to the public. Judge Matt Johnson said Tuesday morning that he will allow the defense to view video but a protective order will be placed on it. Johnson went on to say that the video cannot be viewed by the public in any way, shape or form.
The city of Waco was in court on Tuesday morning to fight the release of the surveillance video.
During the hearing, it was argued that the video should not be released due to the potential interference during the Waco Police Department’s investigation.
Matthew Clendennen’s Attorney Clint Broden argued that he needed the video for his case.
Judge Johnson entered a gag order in the case, which will limit only the defense and state attorneys from discussing the case in the media.