Daniel Perry Wiki – Daniel Perry Biography

Although US Army Sgt. Daniel Perry was found guilty of murdering Garrett Foster, he was acquitted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. United States Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Perry was convicted Friday of murdering Black Lives Matter protester Garrett Foster in 2020.

According to a press release from the Travis County District Attorney’s Office (TCDA), the jury found Perry guilty of murder but acquitted him of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following the July 25, 2020 shooting at a protest. by George Floyd in downtown Austin.

Daniel Perry Age

The age of Daniel Perry is not declared.


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Daniel Perry charged with murder

The prosecution argued that Perry provoked a group of marching protesters when he ran a red light and was driving toward them during a demonstration, according to CBS Austin. “Garrett Foster had every right to walk up to him and see what the hell was going on,” the prosecutor claimed. “And he had every right to do it with a deadly weapon, his rifle, because [Perry] was in a deadly weapon, his car.”

Perry’s attorney argued self-defense, claiming that Foster, 28, raised his AK-47 rifle first, the Austin American-Statesman reported. Witnesses testified that Foster never raised his gun before Perry fired five shots, hitting Foster multiple times. The defense responded, “It’s perfectly fine to feel sorry for Garrett Foster, but Garrett Foster made a decision that night. He came in ready for a war, not a protest,” according to CBS.

The prosecutor presented evidence refuting Perry’s claim that the crowd invaded his car, as well as his social media posts expressing disdain for protesters and discussing how someone could get away with shooting them in Texas.


Garrett’s father, Stephen Foster, said outside court that his family is “happy with the verdict and also very sorry for (Perry’s) family,” according to the Statesman. A charge of deadly conduct against Perry remains pending, according to TCDA.Read More……

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