From: Rachel Perry Mother of Sgt. Daniel Perry
A dangerous mob of Black Lives Matter supporters tried to kill my son, Sgt. Daniel Perry.
Four shots were fired at Daniel -- and three hit his car leaving bullet holes.
But it’s Daniel who’s on trial for murder!
Yes, as crazy as it sounds, a radical prosecutor is trying to send my son Daniel to prison for life for defending himself when someone tried to KILL HIM.
When he was growing up, he was a Boy Scout and then eventually became an Eagle Scout, and eagerly participated in the scouting service projects.
Daniel serves in the Army. He spend his free time on weekends making sandwiches to feed the homeless.
Daniel is exactly the type of hard-working, generous son that every mother wants.
I’m so proud of him.
And I hope you see that Daniel is a good and innocent man who acted justly in a horrible situation.
You see, the incident happened in July of 2020 when Daniel was earning extra money by driving a car for Uber in his time off.
Daniel had dropped off a passenger from his Uber ride in downtown Austin, Texas. Then Daniel pulled around the corner and found himself in the middle of angry Black Lives Matter protestors.
Within seconds and completely unexpectedly, Daniel was swarmed by the mob and he couldn’t move forward or backward in his car without running over someone. He was stuck.
So while Daniel sat in his car, the demonstrators quickly surrounded his car and started to beat on it with rocks, bricks, and sticks. It was intimidating and dangerous -- but Daniel didn’t react.
Then a masked man motioned to Daniel as if to talk, and Daniel rolled down his window initially thinking he was law enforcement
The masked man was open carrying an AK-47, which is legal in Texas. But what happened next is not...
The masked man who was carrying the AK-47 in the ready position, began to raise it. Can you imagine? This masked man appeared ready to gun down my son whom he’d never met for no reason. That’s when Daniel knew he had to act or risk being killed for being at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Daniel had a state license to carry a revolver, which he often did when he worked for Uber because some of the rides he picked up took him to bad destinations. With no time to hesitate, Daniel discharged his revolver and stopped the threat to his life. It was pure self-defense.
As soon as Daniel defended himself, the mob erupted. Someone in the crowd fired four shots at Daniel, hitting his car three times and coming close to killing Daniel. This person was NEVER CHARGED with attempting to kill Daniel.
Still in fear for his life, Daniel sped away from the mob and then immediately called the police to turn himself in because he knew he hadn’t done anything wrong.
Daniel is now being hunted both physically and legally because he didn’t just roll over and let himself be slaughtered.
There’s only one way to save Daniel from going to prison for life and that’s to win his trial. He has a superb legal team, but lawyers are expensive. They also need money for several different type of experts.
That’s why I’m so thankful we found the National Center for Police Defense (NCPD).
NCPD helps innocent police officers and military personnel who’ve been unfairly charged for their actions.
In the past, NCPD has helped Sheriff Joe Arpaio (“America’s Toughest Sheriff”), Tulsa’s Police Officer Betty Shelby, New York Cops Anthony Federico and Hugh Barry Jr., Michigan’s Mark Bessner, and many more.
NCPD is a no-profit organization. They’re committed to helping and standing by these truly innocent officers and military personnel.
And they’re a godsend.
Because they don’t receive a dime from the government. One hundred percent of their funding comes from private donations.
Right now, they’re trying to raise money on Daniel’s behalf so he can be acquitted.
So please forgive me if I’m not good at this, but would you consider giving $35, $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or more to help with Daniel’s legal defense?
P.S. The lead detective thought my son was innocent and should be cleared of all wrong-doing. The mob wanted blood. Now my son is fighting for his life and freedom.