New Evidence In Ft. Worth Bar Raid

Fort Worth police have released more information about the raid of the Rainbow Lounge. According to the report, police returned to the bar two days after arrested a departing patron for public intoxication.

That weekend, officers returned to the lounge with TABC officers for a bar check. A police radio recording revealed that an officer called for help after they went inside the Rainbow Lounge. “I need help in here,” he could be heard saying. “I’m by the restroom.” That call came when officers said a customer blew a kiss at the officer, and then struggled with police as they tried to arrest him. The customer told News 8 his arm was injured. In police records, officers also said a woman’s hips touched an officer in a sexually explicit way. The reports also said Gibson tapped an officer’s genitals. “[It] didn’t happen,” Gibson said. “It’s a big lie.”

In records, a Fort Worth officer admitted involvement in the physical struggle with Gibson inside the bar, which ended with Gibson on the ground as they arrested him. At some point, Gibson suffered a brain injury. “We’ve got a guy, alcohol intoxication,” an officer could be heard saying in a recording. “Also, a bruised head.” The big question is whether the injury happened inside with Fort Worth officers or outside with TABC agents. TABC agents said Gibson fell on concrete. Pictures show Gibson covered in vomit outside and his head bleeding. The sudden nausea, his family said, is evidence the injury happened inside the bar.

Somebody blew me a kiss! Send in a SWAT team!