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Texas Soldier Who Shot BLM Protester Indicted On Murder Charge – Multiple Videos Reveal That He Is Acting in Self-Defense And Is Innocent


A Travis County grand jury has indicted an active-duty former Fort Hood Army sergeant on charges of murder, deadly conduct and aggravated assault in the 2020 shooting death of an armed Austin protester.

Perry, who was stationed at Fort Hood, was working for a ride-sharing company and just dropped off a customer when he turned onto a street filled with people protesting police brutality.

He stopped his car, honked, and seconds later, police said Perry drove his car into the crowd, The Texas Tribune reported.

But videos show that he was under attack contradictory to the police reports!

The man who defended himself against BLM rioters was indicted today a year after the incident is yet another example of how illegitimate our justice system is.

Army Sgt Daniel Perry was driving Uber when rioters mobbed his car and pointed a gun towards him

Below is the video that is widely shared by thee mainstream media:

When the crowd surrounded the car Perry encountered Foster, a 28-year-old Air Force veteran, who was holding an AK-47 rifle. The rifle was legal under Texas open carry laws.

The media describes mobbing his car and pointing a gun towards him as “motioned with the assault rifle for Mr. Perry to lower his window”.

Shortly before being killed Garrett made it clear why he was there as you can see in the video below:

Also, the media or the police in their court documents never mentioned that another BLM rioter shot at Perry shortly after he defended himself. Perry then fled and immediately called the police upon getting to safety.

Image below:

Side-by-side video with both angles, you can see Perry come to a complete stop before having to defend himself from the mob and Garrett Foster

Perry’s attorney, Clint Broden, said Perry had dropped off a passenger near Congress Ave. in downtown Austin and was waiting for more clients when he encountered the group of protesters.

According to the press release from Broden, “when Sgt. Perry turned on Congress Avenue, several people started beating on his vehicle. An individual carrying an assault rifle, now known to be Garrett Foster, quickly approached the car and then motioned with the assault rifle for Mr. Perry to lower his window.”

Broden said Perry believed Foster was with law enforcement and complied. Perry then fired the handgun after Foster raised his assault rifle toward him.

After Perry fired his handgun, a member of the crowd began firing on Perry’s vehicle, according to Broden.

Broden said Perry never left his vehicle following the shooting but immediately called police upon getting to safety.

Perry turned himself into the Travis County Jail on Thursday.