Driver Released From Custody After Killing Terrorist Garrett Foster in Texas BLM Riot Chaos

Black Lives Matter terrorist Garrett Foster was shot dead after he and a group of rioters surrounded a motorist who drove through an Austin, Tex. street occupied by protesters on Saturday.

The driver who shot Foster has been released as the investigation continues. Foster was attending the event with his fiance Whitney Mitchell, 28, who is a quadriplegic black lady. Foster was carrying an AK-47 and menacing the car alongside a mob of rioters while he was shot. It is unclear if he fired his rifle before being shot dead.

Law enforcement has received conflicting reports on what exactly happened that night. Video appears to show Foster brandishing the weapon in front of the car shortly before he was shot dead.

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Law enforcement have confirmed that the driver called police to report what happened shortly afterward. The driver’s identity has not been released publicly by police.

“We are heartbroken over the loss of Mr. Foster last night,” said Austin Police Chief Brian Manley at a Sunday news conference. He also noted that the driver said Foster pointed the AK-47 rifle at his car before he discharged his pistol.

Both the driver and the BLM terrorist were lawfully carrying their weapons at the time of the fatal encounter. It has yet to be determined if Foster was brandishing his weapon, and there have been reports that either Foster or another individual discharged a gun before the driver returned fire.

Right now, Austin police are reviewing all the available video footage and various witness statements “to determine the precise actions of those involved.” They are calling on anyone with additional information to submit it immediately so they can get to the bottom of exactly what occurred.

Patricia Kirven, Mitchell’s mother, said she begged Foster and her daughter not to attend the rally as she feared something terrible would happen with left-wing violence spreading across the country.

“I told her not to go. I was afraid something would happen,” Kirven said. “She said, ‘I don’t feel like I’m doing enough. I want to do more.'”

“She physically is OK, but mentally she is not. ‘Inconsolable’ is the only word I can think of, because she’ll talk for a bit and then break down,” she added.

Sheila Foster, Garrett Foster’s mother, painted her son in the best possible light she could following his shooting death.

“He was going to these protests because he was fighting against police brutality,” Foster said. “He was pushing her wheelchair across the intersection when this happened. Thank God she didn’t get hit.”

However, Garrett Foster in his own words showed he was a BLM thug who hated police, cheered on violence against cops, and dared his enemies to retaliate against the terror movement that he supported.

“They don’t let us march in the streets anymore, so I got to practice some of our rights,” Foster told an interviewer shortly before his death.

“I mean, if I use it against the cops I’m dead. I think all the people that hate us and want to say shit to us are too big of p-ssies to stop and actually do anything about it,” he continued.

The video can be seen here:

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Foster’s story is a painful lesson that stupid actions can have major consequences. Joining an anti-American terror movement and larping as a communist revolutionary can be fatal.