Texas Gov Abbott Pardons Sgt. Daniel Perry For Fatally Shooting Armed BLM Rioter in Self-Defense


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Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott made a decision that brought a ray of hope and justice to the life of Sergeant Daniel Perry.

The sergeant had been facing an incredibly daunting sentence of 5 to 99 years in prison for an incident that occurred in 2020. However, on a Thursday, following a unanimous recommendation by the Board of Pardons and Paroles, Abbott granted Perry a pardon that would change the course of his life.

The incident in question involved Perry shooting a BLM-Antifa protester in self-defense, during a time when tensions were running high in 2020.

What made his situation even more challenging was the fact that he had been targeted by a Soros District Attorney who sought to prosecute him aggressively. The involvement of political motivations added layers of complexity to an already fraught situation.

Abbott wasted no time in addressing the injustice that had unfolded, particularly criticizing the Soros District Attorney for his actions.

In a statement resonating with clarity and conviction, Abbott highlighted Texas’ robust ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws which safeguard an individual’s right to self-defense.

He emphasized that no jury or progressive prosecutor should have the power to undermine these fundamental rights. The message was clear – justice had prevailed with Perry’s pardon.

Joining Abbott in condemning the unjust treatment faced by Perry was Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Paxton did not mince words as he criticized the Soros-backed prosecutor for attempting to subvert the constitutional right to self-defense.

He underscored that every American is entitled to protect themselves, and such rights cannot be selectively enforced based on political affiliations or motives.

The saga surrounding Perry’s case unveiled disturbing revelations about the conduct of the Travis County District Attorney’s office under Jose Garza.

Lead detective David Fugitt shed light on how exculpatory evidence was suppressed and presentations were manipulated to fit a predetermined narrative.

Such actions raised serious concerns about potential criminal behavior within the DA’s office, casting a shadow over the integrity of the legal proceedings.

Perry’s lawyer, Clint Broden, played a crucial role in advocating for his client’s innocence. He articulated…


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