Last Updated on April 7, 2023
US Army Sergeant Daniel Perry has been convicted of murder for a 2020 shooting in which he killed an armed BLM rioter who was part of a mob attacking his vehicle, as he drove for Uber in Austin, Texas to make extra money. The Soros-funded prosecutor in Travis County brought the case to trial and secured a conviction from a left-wing jury pool despite police finding the shooting justified in their official investigation.
Austin Police confirmed in 2020 that two people fired shots during the altercation, which was captured on video footage and shows a mob surrounding and attacking the car of active-duty Army Sergeant and part-time Uber driver Daniel Perry. Among those attacking the vehicle was Garrett Foster, a prolific white BLM rioter who had previously had armed run-ins with local citizens as part of the George Floyd riots.
The shots that were fired at Perry though, did not come from Foster. According to authorities, they came from another armed rioter, indicating that Daniel Perry was surrounded by a violent BLM mob that included multiple armed individuals who were ready to take his life. One of those armed individuals shot at him and the other, Garrett Foster, who Perry killed in self-defense, brandished an AK-47-style rifle at him.
The mob surrounding Perry’s car was so large, and in such an attack mode, that police found 24 separate sets of fingerprints on his vehicle.
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None of this mattered to Jose Garza, the Soros-funded prosecutor in Travis County, Texas, who brought the case before a grand jury pulled from a deep-blue jury pool and eventually to trial, in spite of the aforementioned police investigation that ruled that Perry had acted in self-defense.
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Now a convicted murderer after an obvious case of politically motivated prosecution, Daniel Perry was remanded into the custody of law enforcement immediately after the guilty verdict was read in court. His sentencing hearing is slated for next Tuesday.
Perry is expected to appeal the conviction and online, citizens are calling for Texas Governor Greg Abbott to prove he has some credibility left by issuing a pardon to Perry.
Watch video footage that captured the shooting below:
#Video footage shows Daniel Perry surrounded by a riotous BLM mob and under gunfire in Austin, TX in 2020 when he used his God-given right to self-defense. Now he's been convicted of murder by a #Soros-funded DA. pic.twitter.com/5fL7q18XQD
— Frankie Stockes – Reporter (@stockes76) April 8, 2023