Soros DA EXPOSED-Buried Evidence to Convict Former Soldier of Murder for Self Defense During BLM Riots

Soros-backed District Attorney Jose Garza was accused of burying evidence by lead detective David Fugitt in connection with a murder trial during the 2020 BLM riots.

Sgt. Daniel Perry, an army soldier and current Uber driver. Perry’s lawyer, Perry, was driving Uber in  Austin in July 2020, amidst the BLM riots, when rioters mobbed his car. PErry’s lawyer, Clint Broden, argued Perry’s actions were in self-defense after the BLM activist, Garrett Foster, who was shot and killed, pointed a gun at him.

District Attorney Jose Garza


It should be noted that Foster had a history of named threats at BLM protests and that fingerprint evidence backed up the idea Foster was doing the same thing the night he was shot.

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However, that didn’t stop Soros-backed DA Jose Garza from indicting Perry on a murder charge in 2021. Perry was ultimately convicted of murder.

However, the lead detective in the case, David Fugitt, filed a shocking affidavit over the weekend.

According to Fugitt, District Attorney Jose Garza and his office had him remove 100 pages of evidence that would have helped Perry’s case in. Fugitt claimed that he felt that he had no choice in the matter.

“On more than one occasion, I was directed by the Travis County District attorney’s office to remove exculpatory information 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 felt I did not have any other options but to comply with their orders.”


Fugitt also said the DA’s office had him shorten his presentation of the evidence from 158 slides to just 56 slides.

In his affidavit, Fugitt claimed that this behavior was unethical and criminal, calling the requests witness tampering.

“In my mind, after this directive from Jose Garza, is when the conduct of the District attorney’s office when [went] from highly unethical behavior to criminal behavior. “I firmly believe the District Attorney’s Office, acting under the authority of Jose P. Garza, tampered with me as a witness. Often witness tampering is subtle. In this case, there were foreseeable consequences if I did not comply and tailor my Grand Jury presentation as directed and failure to do so would adversely affect my working relationship with the District Attorney’s office for the foreseeable future. I was afforded no choice but to comply with the directives that were issued to me by Jose Garza through his assistants.”


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On Saturday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott resolved to seek a pardon for Perry. Abbot wrote, “Texas has one of the strongest ‘Stand your Ground’ of self-defense that cannot be nullified by a jury  or a progressive District Attorney.”

While Abbott cannot pardon unilaterally, as other executives can, he’s pushing the Board of Pardon and Paroles to put the pardon on his desk for signature as quickly as possible.

Abbot also wrote that he is looking into options for reigning in Rogue District attorneys, an issue that’s popped up nationwide.

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