DA in Sgt. Perry Case Ordered Exculpatory Evidence Hidden

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The Texas District Attorney ordered the lead detective in the Daniel Perry self-defense case to conceal exculpatory evidence.

Defense Attorney Marina Medvin posted an affidavit from the lead detective in the State of Texas v. Daniel Perry case.  The detective, David Fuggit, said that it was apparent that “the District Attorney’s Office did not want to present evidence to the grand jury that would be exculpatory to Daniel Perry.” They also didn’t want contradictory witness statements, nor did they want a video of the incident.

Jose Garza

On more than one occasion, the District Attorney’s office ordered him to remove exculpatory information he intended to present to the grand jury during his testimony. He was ordered to comply when he asked the [Soros] DA Jose Garza what the “ramifications” were.

Mr. Fuggitt believes he was” tampered with as a witness.”

Mr. Fuggitt sought counsel from the City Attorney.

 


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Anonymous
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Anonymous
10 months ago

Democrats are protecting their own

Alej Marcos
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Alej Marcos
10 months ago

Another affirmative action hire shines.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
10 months ago

He is a DA. He is above the law

D3F1ANT
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D3F1ANT
10 months ago

The criminal DA and spineless investigators will get away with it totally unpunished, and Perry will still go to prison. This is “justice” in FJB’s America.

justanotherday
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justanotherday
10 months ago
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I bet when a few DA’s prosecutors and corrupt Judges start getting star chambered this will end pretty quickly.

Alej Marcos
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Alej Marcos
10 months ago
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Governor Greg Abbott has announced his disgust with the Soros sucking SOB, and that he will pardon Sgt Perry ASAP.

Frank S.
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Frank S.
10 months ago

Exculpatory evidence being hidden by a politically motivated, hack Dem DA? It’s becoming the leftist coin of the realm. Lock the Soros handmaiden up.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
10 months ago
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Unfortunately it is also used by corrupt police who want to claim the are putting away “dangerous” criminals, while letting he big shot criminals remain untouched.
EG a man takes a ride with a friend from his past work. The man is a drug courier.
The police charge both as serious criminals. The one was completely innocent, but went to jail for the sake of police success statistics. The big drug guy – of course he was not charged. The innocent man wet to prison on March 30th.