A Soros-funded prosecutor in Austin, TX charged, tried and convicted a former Army sergeant of shooting and killing an Antifa thug pointing an AK-47 at him during a 2020 riot there.  The verdict, seen my many as a gross miscarriage of justice by many, including Texas Governor Greg Abbott has initiated calls for a pardon.  Along those lines, Abbott is working to expedite a pardon.

It’s just another example of those Soros-funded prosecutors prosecuting the law-abiding while turning a blind eye to the criminals rape, robbing and pillaging their neighborhoods.  

From the Post Millennial on the conviction:

On Friday, a jury found Daniel Perry guilty of murder for the shooting of Garrett Foster during a 2020 Black Lives Matter protest.

Perry, a former Army sergeant who was driving Uber at the time, encountered an armed BLM group that had taken over the streets of Austin, Texas during a riot on July 25, 2020. According to KXAN, Perry faced one count of murder and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The jury did not find him guilty of the second charge.

Austin Police Department’s description of the incident stated that a car turned onto Congress Avenue near 4th Street at 9:51 pm. Protestors who were marching in the area surrounded the car, and Foster, who was part of the group, was armed with a rifle.

“I made a wrong turn, a guy pointed a freakin weapon at me and I panicked. I don’t know what to do. I’m just an Uber driver. I made a wrong turn; I’ve never had to shoot someone before. They started shooting back at me, and I got out of the area,” Perry told a 911 operator that night.

Here’s more:


And then there’s the matter of prosecutorial misconduct

A jury in Travis County, Texas found Army Sgt. Daniel Perry, 33, guilty of murder on Friday, nearly three years after he shot a BLM protester who had a history of threatening people with rifles, after a Soros-funded DA withheld nearly 100 pages of exculpatory evidence from the grand jury according to the lead investigator in the case.

Here’s the interview someone did with the boogaloo boy shortly before he ran up against someone else with a gun who didn’t cotton to getting bullied by a thug with an AK… And the shooting itself from two angles.

Here’s the latest on Abbott working to expedite the pardon process.


Let’s say a word of prayer for Sgt. Daniel Perry’s quick release from jail.

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  1. Remember this case well. Clear case of self-defense in a very chaotic situation. The only real criticism of Daniel Perry I have is that he put himself in danger with his chosen side-hustle in a liberal hell-hole. Not his fault, but I would personally do everything in my power to not ever put myself into that situation in the first place.

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