A U.S. Army sergeant was convicted of murder for fatally shooting an armed protester in 2020 during nationwide protests against police violence and racial injustice, a Texas jury ruled Friday. Sgt. Daniel Perry was working for a ride-sharing company in July 2020 when he turned onto a street and into a large crowd of demonstrators in downtown Austin.
The same thing happened to James Fields in Charlottesville, Virginia, ending with his conviction for murder.
Perry, who faces life in prison, now awaits sentencing.
Perry’s attorneys said he had no choice but to shoot Foster as he approached Perry’s car with an AK-47 rifle, the Austin American-Statesman reported. Prosecutors said Perry could have driven away before firing his revolver.
What really happened may never be known, considering the witnesses were all Black Lives Matter/Antifa scumbags. Police heard two separate volleys of gunfire.
Perry survived the firefight, despite being vastly outgunned. But no regular American is likely to prevail against a jury in Austin, the libtard capitol of Texas.