A Tribute to Spaz…. The Bandido Who Didn’t Really Run Away…

Funeral services for Mr. James Kenneth ‘Spaz’ Anderson, 53, of Henderson, were held at 2 pm Saturday, September 12, 2015 at the Rusk County Youth Expo Center in Henderson with Jason Taylor and Kevin Haygood officiating.  Interment followed at Millville Cemetery under the direction of Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home.

Tribute Video

Mr. Anderson died Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 in Nebraska. He was born March 28, 1962 in Pasadena, TX to William Anderson and Jerry English Anderson Duncan. Mr. Anderson served his country in the United States Army. He was an electrician for Flanders and also was a member of Bar None Cowboy Church..


James “Spaz” Anderson was a proud member and officer in the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. He held the position of Sargeant at Arms in the Longview Chapter. He was very well known and highly respected. His Love, Loyalty, and Respect for his Brothers and Club was incredible .His wisdom and Brotherhood will be sorely missed. He was truly a giant among men. Everyone that knew James knew how much he loved his mom. He talked about her all the time. He was always bragging on her cooking and talking about their adventures together.


He was preceded in death by his father, William Anderson. He is survived by: mother, Jerry Duncan of Henderson; brother, Doug Anderson and wife Michelle of Bossier City, LA; uncle, Joe Duncan and wife Carolyn; and two nephews, William David Anderson, and James Alex Anderson.

Condolences may be made online at:

A beautiful wreath made by his sister-in-law

Spaz’s Obituary


An early morning motorcycle ride for a group of bikers ended in the worst possible way early Thursday morning south of Chadron.

The Nebraska State Patrol says that 53-year-old James Kenneth Anderson of Longview, Texas was riding north on Highway 385 shortly before 6 a.m.

Anderson struck a deer that was in the roadway, causing his Harley to slide into the east ditch, resulting in fatal injuries.

A second motorcyclist – 39-year-old Richard Smith, also of Longview, TX also crashed into the east ditch. Smith was transported to the Chadron Hospital by ambulance with minor injuries.

A third motorcycle, driven by 43-year-old Shanne L. Miles, age 43, of Big Sandy, TX, also collided with a deer however the driver was able to safely stop and was uninjured.

Two other northbound motorcycles avoided the deer and subsequent collision. Helmets were in use.

Source for Accident Article
Spaz’s Memorial Service

Tribute to Bandido Spaz | Online Slideshow by Slide.ly //cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js

The authorities aren’t letting up on their Bandido onslaught, not even to allow them to go to the funeral of a brother who died in an innocent accident in another state.

“Prosecutors told our lawyers they would be monitoring the funeral and if we were there we would be arrested for bond violations. Thanks for what ya’ll are doing. We really do appreciate it.’

‘This shit sucks. We were told by prosecutors we would be arrested on sight if we showed up at funeral. Club told me not to go, or they’d be feeding me in Waco for the next few months.’


Spaz and Waco

As if the family and brothers of Spaz haven’t been through enough.. Waco is spreading lies on him! This story in kwtx is wrong on about nine levels…

WACO (September 11, 2015) A bullet removed from the arm of an East Texas biker killed in a motorcycle accident has been sent to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for analysis, which authorities think will link the man to the deadly Twin Peaks shooting.

James “Spaz” Anderson, 53, of Henderson, was killed on Sept. 3 when his motorcycle struck some deer on a highway about three miles south of Chadron, Neb.

On Tuesday, a search warrant was issued authorizing removal of the bullet and on Wednesday the bullet was removed from his upper left arm at the funeral home in Henderson that’s handling arrangements, a source close to the investigation said.

Authorities think Anderson, a member of the Bandidos motorcycle gang, was present on May 17 when gunfire erupted between rival biker gangs and officers at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant, but think he escaped without being identified.

This story is NOT the truth. Spaz didn’t run away and escape… The media posted this photo of him sitting around with everyone else… He was in the hospital under armed guards.


One of his brothers tells this story..

“They are trying to say he fled before being identified at Twin Peaks. He was hospitalized for 2 days in Waco under guard before being released. They want the bullet probably to justify one of their shootings. Spaz said he was trying to prevent 2 Cossacks from shooting a couple of different Bandidos. One was attempting to shoot and he had his right hand under the gun, holding it upward away from the crowd. The other, he could not get his hand under, so he was trying to push the gun down, when the guy pulled the trigger and shot him in the shoulder. The bullet was not removed in Waco while he was alive, and it was not removed locally, because it would have caused more damage to do so than leaving it alone. I ask that you not use my name, since we are not allowed to speak about the incident.

Another collaborates that he was in the hospital…

One thing he told many of us was that they swabbed for GSR after they had been prepped for surgery, scrubbed already by the hospital. He thought that was stupid.


He also wasn’t the only one treated this way.. Cossack Philco was also shot and hospitalized then allowed to go home, and allegedly had a cop bullet in him. There is no pattern or reason to the injured that the cops chose to arrest or set free that anyone can tell.

It’s wrong to try to paint this hero as a coward. His club brothers describe a man who really didn’t drink, never caused trouble.. He loved fiercely and he laughed often. Most of them paint an average guy, one who didn’t seek fame or fortune, but instead happily existed for the simple pleasures of his life and his club. He was the kind of man who would give you the shirt off his back. Anyone who spends much time around bikers can tell you that the average guys are usually the ones who hold their clubs together as they exhibit day after day what brotherhood truly means… They search not for a name for themselves, but for a way to be there for others. They embody the motto ‘never leave a brother behind.’

Condolences, prayers, and respects to the Bandido nation for this sad loss.

Special thanks to Jenny for the photos in the slideshow and several on this post.


Spaz is a GREAT man and Brother! The day my wife and I got married (at our Birthday Run in Tyler) he asked me,
“Didn’t you just get married?”
“Yes” I told him.
“Well why ain’t you with her?!” He asked with raised eye brows. There was a handful of us Brothers left at the party sight and just doing what we do, hangin out an enjoying each other’s company.
“I’ve been with her over 4 years, and she won’t miss me,” I told him.
He just shrugged but within 10 minutes he had to question me again. “She’s good Brother, she went to get something to eat.”
Another 10 minutes and he TELLS me, “you know Brother, I don’t like being an asshole but you néed to get the hell outta here and go be with your wife!”
That wasn’t the last time I got to see my Brother but it’s a time I will forever remember him for.
I love you Brother! I miss you, but will see you again.
BFFB Until the mother fucking toe tag!!!


According to a search warrant filed this week, first reported by the Waco Tribune, investigators extracted a bullet Tuesday from the arm of deceased Bandido James “Spaz” Anderson.
Anderson, 53, died last week in a motorcycle accident in Nebraska where he and other hit deer in the highway.
The search warrant says a Longview police detective received information that Anderson was involved in the Twin Peaks shooting and found him recovering from his wounds at a home south of Longview. The search warrant makes no time reference.
Longview police refused to answer any timeline questions, citing standard practice of not commenting on an active investigation by another agency.

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WACO — A wounded biker who escaped authorities during May’s shooting at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco is dead and a bullet has been removed from his body.

The Bandidos member was killed in an unrelated motorcycle accident in Nebraska last week and local authorities wanted the bullet fragments stuck inside his body for evidence.


“Now they have found another victim,” said KCEN legal analyst and former Dallas County prosecutor Liz Mitchell.

The deadly biker brawl left nine dead and 18 injured, or so was thought: at least one more biker was hurt, and he escaped, bringing the total number of injured to at least 19.

“This was a person who fled the scene before he was able to be identified or arrested,” said Mitchell.

While he survived the May 17th shooting, Nebraska State Patrol spokeswoman Deb Collins confirmed the biker died around 6 a.m. on September 3rd in a motorcycle crash on State Highway 385 in northwest Nebraska when a group of bikers ran into a group of deer. According to his obituary, James “Spaz” Anderson, 53, was the Sgt. of Arms for the Longview, Texas Chapter of the Bandidos. Anderson had been riding under the radar since being shot in the upper left arm at Twin Peaks, and local authorities wanted that evidence.

“With those fragments, the state will be able to do the testing that shows the weapon that that bullet came from and ultimately strengthen a case against someone they already know about, or someone who was arrested but a case didn’t quite exist against that person just yet,” said Mitchell.

Mitchell said the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office is investigating this case from all angles.

According to a search warrant from DA investigator Jason Chambers signed by Waco Judge Ralph Strother Tuesday, Anderson was, at some point, recuperating in Longview when a Detective for Longview PD found him, then tipped off local law enforcement about his death and involvement in Twin Peaks.

“It is just one more named person for an indictment that trumps up the already existing engaging in organized crime charges,” said Mitchell.

Mitchell said the fragments taken from Anderson’s arm will be sent to the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives for ballistics testing which will include “test firing.”

“Those fired fragments will be compared with the fragments from this individual’s arm under a split microscope to compare striations and other identifying markers that will show that those fragments were fired from a particular gun,” said Mitchell.

Mitchell said the process is lengthy and expensive, but this case lies in those results. She also said it was likely that every weapon seized from the scene would be tested.

Anderson’s body was at Crawford A. Crim funeral home in Henderson Thursday, his funeral is scheduled for Saturday.

KCEN reached out to the funeral home for more details on the search warrant, and the Longview Police Department’s Detective for more details but neither would comment.


2 Responses to “A Tribute to Spaz…. The Bandido Who Didn’t Really Run Away…”

  1. Geezus Amy, and some dickweed from DFW is making comments that Spaz was a rat BECAUSE he was flying under the radar. His behavior is consistent with a solid 1%er that was not giving shit to the cops.

    My condolences to the Bandidos Nation.

  2. Thinking of you. Tomorrow wont be the same without you.

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