Daniel Perry has been convicted of murdering a BLM domestic terrorist who pointed an AK-47 at him while he was driving in Austin. This is a ludicrous conviction prima facie. Now, it’s being learned that potentially exculpatory evidence was withheld from the grand jury.
According to Ryan Founier:
“I firmly believe the District Attorney's Office, acting under the authority of Jose P. Garza, tampered with me as a witness.” pic.twitter.com/FBctPyPx6V
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) April 8, 2023
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Conservatives on Twitter are outraged:
The lead detective in the Daniel Perry case was ordered by the CORRUPT SOROS OWNED DA to REMOVE evidence that would prove his innocence. This is unconscionable. This injustice needs to be FIXED NOW!! pic.twitter.com/IZhAi5OO17
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) April 8, 2023
Tucker Carlson Calls on Texas Governor Greg Abbott to Pardon Military Veteran Daniel Perry https://t.co/QCFfK4bumR
— Jeff P (@jsp92103) April 8, 2023
Lead detective: I didn't arrest Daniel Perry because self-defense was possibilityhttps://t.co/KcbaL81LPI
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) April 8, 2023
Sgt. Daniel Perry exercised his God given right to self defense.
He was wrongfully convicted and should have NEVER been put on trial.
Sgt. Perry served his country and his country betrayed him.#JusticeForPerry pic.twitter.com/TaEy3g7Wle
— Kyle Rittenhouse (@ThisIsKyleR) April 8, 2023
Texas AG @KenPaxtonTX says that Soros DAs “must be stopped” and that “self defense is a God-given right.”
I look forward to seeing what Ken and @GovAbbott will do to rectify this unjust outcome. pic.twitter.com/zd8CqqnO5v
— Marina Medvin 🇺🇸 (@MarinaMedvin) April 8, 2023
According to The Gateway Pundit:
David Fugitt, the lead detective in the case, accused Soros-backed District Attorney Jose Garza of witness tampering saying he told him to “remove exculpatory information.”
Fugitt said, “It became clear to me that the District Attorney’s office did not want to present evidence to the grand jury that would be exculpatory to Daniel Perry and/or show the witnesses statements obtained by the family of Garrett Foster and/or their attorneys were inconsistent with prior interviews such witnesses gave the police and/or the video of the incident in question.”
The affidavit states:
“Prior to the grand jury presentation in this case, I had several conversations with the district attorney’s office regarding the presentation of exculpatory evidence related to Daniel Perry. It became clear to me that the District Attorney’s office did not want to present evidence to the grand jury that would be exculpatory to Daniel Perry and/or show the witnesses statements obtained by the family of Garrett Foster and/or their attorneys were inconsistent with prior interviews such witnesses gave the police and/or the video of the incident in question. I had also wanted to present previous statements from the Complainant in Count 2 where she never once suggested that Daniel Perry intentionally and knowingly threatened her with imminent bodily injury by driving a motor vehicle in her direction. The District Attorney’s Office also made me remove an animation from Daniel Perry’s driving the night of the incident coordinated with his cell phone records that would have refuted the deadly conduct charge ultimately returned by the grand jury.
On more than one occasion I was directed by the Travis County Attorney’s Office to remove exculpatory evidence that I had intended to present to the grand jury during my testimony. At that point, I specifically asked if there would be “ramifications” if I did not do so. I was told by assistant district attorney Guillermo Gonzalez that he would ask elected District Attorney, Jose Garza, what would happen if I refused to agree to the limitations I was being ordered to comply with. I was later sent an email simply reaffirming the exculpatory evidence subjects I was forbidden from mentioning during my testimony. Of my original 158 slide PowerPoint presentation, the presentation was reduced to 56 slides with almost all of the exculpatory evidence ordered removed. I felt like I did not have any other options but to comply with their orders.
In my mind, after this directive from Jose Garza, is when the conduct of the District Attorney’s Office when from highly unethical behavior to criminal behavior.”
Full affidavit from the lead detective:
In the wake of the news, people called on Texas Governor Greg Abbott to pardon Daniel Perry and for the District Attorney to be removed.
It was clear following the verdict that Governor Greg Abbott should pardon Daniel Perry because he was acting in self-defense. This new bombshell makes it impossible for Abbott to let the conviction stand.