Texas: Soros-Funded D.A. Indicts Army Sergeant Who Shot Armed BLM Protester in Self-Defense

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Soros-funded, Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza had Army Sergeant Daniel Perry, who was working for Uber, indicted for fatally shooting Garrett Foster, a Black Lives Matter militant who was carrying an AK-47. As Perry’s car was mobbed and beaten, Foster allegedly approached and raised his rifle at Perry during a “protest” in downtown Austin one year ago. Perry was released by police without charges. But DA Garza is trying to criminalize self defense. Perry now is charged with murder and aggravated assault. -GEG

Soros-funded Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza on Thursday had Army Sgt Daniel Perry indicted for fatally shooting AK-47-toting Black Lives Matter “protester” Garrett Foster after he approached Perry’s car and allegedly raised his rifle at him during a “protest” in downtown Austin one year ago.

Perry was let go by police without any charges after the July 25, 2020 shooting but D.A. Garza is working to turn Austin into the next St. Louis by criminalizing self-defense.

From The Texas Tribune, “Army sergeant indicted on murder and aggravated assault charges after fatally shooting Austin protester Garrett Foster in 2020”:

A Travis County grand jury on Thursday indicted Army Sgt. Daniel Perry on charges of murder, aggravated assault and deadly conduct after he shot and killed Garrett Foster, an armed protester in downtown Austin last year.

The former Fort Hood soldier turned himself into the Travis County Jail and was shortly released after around 2:30 p.m. Thursday on a combined $300,000 bond, according to Kristen Dark, a spokesperson for the Travis County Sheriff’s Office.

[…] Clint Broden, a Dallas-based attorney for Perry, expressed disappointment at the indictment but repeated his client’s claim of self defense and said he was confident that Perry would be acquitted.

“It is important to note that the standard of proof required for an indictment is significantly less than the standard of proof required for a conviction,” he said.

Broden said the prosecutors in the Travis County District Attorney’s office refused to allow Perry’s attorney to present written evidence to the jury.

“This refusal is unusual in Texas and begs the question of why the District Attorney’s Office would not allow this,” Broden said. “We understand the political motivations of the District Attorney, however, when this case is presented to a jury at trial and the jury gets to hear all the evidence instead of a one-sided presentation, we have every confidence that Sgt. Perry will be acquitted.”

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Angela
Angela
4 months ago

I live near Houston, have family in Austin. Have seen horrible results of “bond reform, justice reform” whatever they want to falsely label the “criminal lives matter” failure. Austin used to be a nice town.

Tom Ball
Tom Ball
4 months ago

Defending your life against a “person of color” is “racism.
Presumably this rule applies only to white men, provided of course one is “Jewish ‘white'”, in which case one is free to do as he pleases , to ANY person of “color” , “white” or otherwise.

Tom Ball
Tom Ball
4 months ago

District Attorney Jose Garza looks awfully “crypto converso” Morano to me, even if his name is Hispanic, which would totally explain his ruling.