“DA Garza ran on a platform to indict police officers and has not missed the opportunity to ruin lives and careers simply to fulfill a campaign promise,” Austin Police Association President Ken Cassidy.
A radical Texas district attorney funded by Hungarian-born American billionaire and liberal activist George Soros announced the indictment of a stunning 19 police officers for their efforts to quell the riots during the summer of 2020.. A Texas grand jury indicted 19 Austin, Texas, police officers on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for their actions during 2020 protests over …
In 2020, Soros donated over $600,000 to a Texas-based left-wing group that backed the election of José Garza, who now serves as district attorney for Travis County, where Austin sits.
AUSTIN, TX – It’s starting to look like a war zone in Austin.
We’re told by our law enforcement sources on the ground – who have asked that we keep their identities confidential – that buses filled with armed protestors have poured into the city, and roving “patrols” of Antifa members are moving about the streets – heavily armed.
One Law Enforcement Today source at Texas DPS said the troopers were prepared for it – but are still blown away by the number of people flooding into the city right now.
Now we’re told that police officers are coming under attack. Numerous officers have been hit in the eyes with lasers – which can cause permanent blindness.
“We have had protests every single night since May 29th, and so the state has 700 Troopers in Austin right now,” he told Law Enforcement Today [on August 1st].
Intel that’s come into APD and state agencies that has been confidentially shared with Law Enforcement Today is that the “protestors” – or “insurgents”, as they should be called – plan to “gain control of the Capital” and “blow up Austin PD” tonight.
Now we have learned that active Army Sergeant Daniel Perry has confessed to shooting and killing the protester, identified as 27-year-old Garret Foster, on July 25 in downtown Austin. Currently, no one has been charged or arrested in connection to the death.
It was confirmed by several witnesses that Foster began to raise the firearm toward Perry. It was then that Perry, who keeps a handgun in his vehicle for safety while driving with the ride-share company, fired on Foster to protect his own life.
AUSTIN, Texas — Extra law enforcement was brought into Austin this weekend as protests on Saturday night followed the death of Garrett Foster, shot dead at a Black Lives Matter rally on July 25.
The report states that “more than 2,000 officers sustained injuries in the line of duty.” Say again, not 138 injured police officers but more than 2,000 police officers were injured — and …