Former Army Sergeant is Indicted on Murder Charges for Shooting Armed BLM Terrorist Mobbing His Vehicle
Daniel Perry, a former Fort Hood Army sergeant, has been indicted on murder charges after he shot a Black Lives Matter (BLM) terrorist who was menacing his vehicle with a rifle during the George Floyd summer of 2020.
“It is important to note that the standard of proof required for an indictment is significantly less than the standard of proof required for a conviction,” said Perry’s attorney Clint Broden in a statement to the Associated Press.
Before the fatal encounter, the BLM thug Garrett Foster could be seen speaking about his support for left-wing terror while armed at the sprawling protest in Austin.
Video evidence seems to clear Perry and show that he was acting in self-defense:
Travis County district attorney José Garza is a member of the radical Left who is affiliated with the Democratic Socialists of America. He is likely prosecuting Perry as a message to the common people that the low IQ mob is untouchable and the rule of law is no more under the new diverse and multicultural regime.
Big League Politics reported on the instance shortly after it happened as the streets devolve into war zones due to the work of the BLM terror movement:
“Another shooting occurred at a Black Lives Matter protest in Austin, Texas on Saturday night.
Footage of the event showed shots ringing out as protests blocked a public roadway. One vehicle was surrounded by the mob of the protestors, and some have suggested the shots could have come from the car’s motorist…
It’s still unclear what set off the shooting, but reports indicate that one protestor was critically wounded in the incident. The video suggests that two weapons were fired, making it possible that there was an exchange of gunfire between two individuals…
Austin Police confirmed that the individual who was shot in the exchange later died, and that he was carrying an AK-style rifle when he approached the vehicle seen in the camera footage of the incident.
It’s unclear to what extent the roadblocking protestor may have targeted or threatened the driver who engaged him. Preliminary reports indicate that the driver stepped out of his blue vehicle, shortly before gunfire was exchanged between the two men.
Roadblocking riots and protests continue to lead to tragedies on an almost predictable basis, as armed scofflaws block the public roadways without any fear of accountability from law enforcement.”
Perry deserves to be acquitted, but the jurors will likely be intimidated by the mob to prosecute him as well. The rule of law is dead. This is the United States of Somalia now.