There’s a happy ending to this story, but I still think it’s important to pay attention. I’m very picky about where I live, because I think it’s important to pick the juries, judges, police and district attorneys that reflect Constitutional values. Let’s look at a story about someone who thought it was fine to live and work in a far-left Democrat county. But don’t worry, this story has a happy ending.
Fox News reports:
The shooting involving Sgt. Perry occurred during Black Lives Matter demonstrations that erupted across the Texas state capital and the rest of the United States nearly three years ago.
Perry, who was stationed at Fort Hood at the time, was driving for Uber to make extra money in downtown Austin on the night of July 25, 2020, when he encountered a large crowd of protesters. They were illegally blocking city streets that night, according to police, as protesters in Austin and elsewhere had done during the weeks of rioting.
Among the protesters was 28-year-old Garrett Foster, who was carrying an AK-47. Perry’s defense team says that the demonstrators encircled and starting pounding on his vehicle and that Foster raised the firearm at Perry, prompting him to open fire with a handgun he legally carried for self-defense.
“When Garrett Foster pointed his AK-47 at Daniel Perry, Daniel had two tenths of a second to defend himself. He chose to live,” Doug O’Connell, an attorney for Perry, perviously told Fox in a statement.
[…]Perry drove to a safe location away from the scene and called 911 to report what had happened. Officers spoke to Perry that night and released him, but a grand jury returned an indictment for murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon one year later in July 2021.
Travis county is famous for being very far to the left. They always side with criminals against law-abiding people. It was a very poor decision by Perry to live in Travis county, and take the chance of facing far-left police, district attorneys, judges and juries.
But fortunately, Travis county is in Texas, and Texas has an amazing Republican governor.
Fox News reports:
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, R., looks at pardoning Perry, tweeting Saturday, “I am working as swiftly as Texas law allows regarding the pardon of Sgt. Perry,” adding that the state’s Board of Pardons and Paroles must recommend pardons, but that he made the request and urged the board to expedite its review.
Other state officials, including Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, support the move to pardon Perry. Patrick joined Fox News’ Lawrence Jones on Saturday to break down the case.
“This DA, like a lot of the George Soros-supported DAs across the country in our big, blue cities, seemed to let criminals go free and go after the innocent,” he said.
The case’s lead detective, who maintains Perry acted in self-defense, is considered the “best” in the city of Austin, according to Patrick, who also reiterated claims that Garza instructed the detective to remove any exculpatory slides from his 158-slide presentation of evidence from the case.
“He says he believes that the evidence he [the detective] would’ve presented to the grand jury would have possibly led to them not even indicting [Perry],” Patrick said.
The detective maintains that Garza’s conduct was not only unlawful, but bordered on criminal conduct of witness tampering.
This is a good time for Americans to think about how the far left handles issues of crime and self-defense. If you live in a blue city in a blue state, you should consider what might happen to you if you have to defend yourself. Right now, we are seeing left-wing public schools turning out hundreds of mentally disturbed children. The law enforcement is calling law-abiding citizens “domestic terrorists”, while treating real BLM and Antifa criminals leniently. It would be a mistake to put yourself under the power of the secular left. There might not be a governor there to pardon you, if you get into trouble with them.
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Secession. Let them stew in their own libtard juices.