BREAKING: Greg Abbott vows to pardon Sgt. Daniel Perry after murder conviction in death of BLM rioter

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On Saturday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said he was working to pardon Daniel Perry, the  former Army sergeant found guilty of murder on Friday for the shooting of Garrett Foster during a 2020 Black Lives Matter protest.

“I am working as swiftly as Texas law allows regarding the pardon of Sgt. Perry,” Abbott said and clarified in a statement that in Texas he is limited to only grant a pardon after receiving a recommendation from the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. Abbott said he had requested that the Board “expedite its review” and pass on their recommendation.

Perry was driving Uber at the time and encountered an armed BLM group that had taken over the streets of Austin, Texas during a riot on July 25, 2020. 

Perry was found guilty of one count of murder and not guilty of one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. 

Austin Police Department’s description of the incident stated that a car turned onto Congress Avenue near 4th Street at 9:51 pm and then protestors who were marching in the area surrounded the car.

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