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Texas governor pardons ex-Army sergeant convicted of killing Black Lives Matter protester in 2020

  • Daniel Perry, a former Army sergeant, was pardoned by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for killing a Black Lives Matter protester in Austin in 2020, for which he was serving a 25-year sentence.
  • Perry was convicted for the shooting of Garrett Foster, an Air Force veteran, during 2020 anti-racist protests, and had been in prison since 2023.
  • Abbott's pardon came after the unanimous decision by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles to grant Perry a full pardon and restore his gun rights.
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