Texas Parole Board Board Recommends Full Pardon for Army Sergeant Convicted of Defending Himself

AUSTIN, Texas - May 17, 2024 - PRLog -- Daniel Perry, a US Army Sergeant, convicted of shooting and killing an assailant during the 2020 BLM Riots in Austin, Texas, was rightly pardoned today by Governor Abbot.

"Overzealous prosecutors have been lenient on those breaking the law and unethical and discriminatory to those protecting the law," said Bert Eyler, Vice President of the National Center for Police Defense (NCPD). "I thank the Texas Pardons and Parole Board for the justice served by pardoning and releasing St. Perry."

The Texas Pardons and Parole Board convened on May 15, 2024, and recommended that Perry be granted a full pardon and immediate release. He defended himself after a protester pointed an AR-15 at him.  Perry was forced to defend himself. Governor Abbott signed the Pardon Proclamation without hesitation. Eyler said the process "reassures Texans and Americans that the Second Amendment and the right to protect oneself still holds true in the USA.

National Center for Police Defense has given Perry and his family continued support from the onset of the arrest throughout the trial and while Daniel was in jail. Eyler said, "My confidence in the justice system has once again been filled with hope and faith because today, our Constitution was preserved. I praise Governor Abbot for his immediate decision to sign the Pardon Proclamation to have a man who was unjustly convicted given back his freedom."

For more information, visit www.nationalcenterforpolicedefense.com

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