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Soros-Backed DA Slammed for BLM/Antifa Agenda by Texas AG

Army Sergeant Facing Life in Prison for Self Defense Against BLM Radical

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has voiced strong support for U.S. Army Sergeant Daniel Perry, who was recently found guilty in the shooting death of an armed protester in Austin during anti-police demonstrations in the summer of 2020. Paxton asserts that Perry’s actions were in self-defense, and criticizes the “Soros-backed” Travis County DA José Garza for prioritizing the radical agendas of groups like Antifa and BLM over true justice.

“Self-defense is a God-given right, not a crime. Unfortunately, the Soros-backed DA in Travis County cares more about the radical agenda of dangerous Antifa and BLM mobs than justice,” Paxton said when interviewed by Fox News.

“This week has shown us how rogue prosecutors have weaponized the judicial system,” he added. “They must be stopped!”

 

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The incident involving Sgt. Perry took place during Black Lives Matter demonstrations nearly three years ago. Perry, who was stationed at Fort Hood, was driving for Uber in downtown Austin when he encountered a large crowd of protesters blocking city streets. Among the protesters was 28-year-old Garrett Foster, who was carrying an AK-47.

Sgt. Perry had his vehicle surrounded by protesters when Garrett Foster pointed the AK-47 at him. In self defense, Sgt. Perry took out his gun and shot the aggressor.

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Perry’s attorney, Doug O’Connell, previously stated that Perry had only a fraction of a second to defend himself, and made the decision to protect his life.

O’Connell also noted that while it may be legal to carry an assault rifle in downtown Austin, it is not necessarily a good idea, and that those who point firearms at others are responsible for the consequences.

 

After the shooting, Perry drove to a safe location and called 911 to report the incident. He was initially released by officers, but was later indicted for murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in July 2021. Perry now faces life in prison as he awaits sentencing.

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