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When/if this is proven – this DA should be fired/removed immediately from office.
Soros-backed DA behind Army veteran’s murder conviction accused of witness tampering, withholding evidence
Story by Taylor Penley • Yesterday 9:00 AM
An Austin court recently convicted Army Sgt. Daniel Perry of murder for the 2020 shooting of an armed Black Lives Matter protester that coincided with violent protests nationwide, despite the lead detective on the case claiming Perry’s actions were justifiably self-defense — and despite accusations against District Attorney Jose Garza of witness tampering and withholding evidence and witness tampering. Now the fate of the Sergeant,
The Texas governor working to pardon Army sergeant convicted of murdering armed BLM protester.
Now, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, R., looks at pardoning Perry, tweeting Saturday, “I am working as swiftly as Texas law allows regarding the pardon of Sgt. Perry,” adding that the state’s Board of Pardons and Paroles must recommend pardons, but that he made the request and urged the board to expedite its review.
Other state officials, including Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, support the move to pardon Perry. Patrick joined Fox News’ Lawrence Jones on Saturday to break down the case.
GREG ABBOTT WORKING TO ‘SWIFTLY’ PARDON ARMY SERGEANT CONVICTED OF MURDER IN BLACK LIVES MATTER RIOT
“This DA, like a lot of the George Soros-supported DAs across the country in our big, blue cities, seemed to let criminals go free and go after the innocent,” he said.
Perry, who was driving an Uber in downtown Austin when the incident took place in July 2020, encountered a crowd of protesters, including 28-year-old Garrett Foster, who was carrying an AK-47. Perry’s defense team maintains that rioters closed in on the vehicle and that Foster raised his weapon at Perry when the latter decided to open fire with a handgun he carried for self-defense.