GoFundMe, which has been criticized for some inequitable enforcement of their terms of service, has taken down the fundraiser campaign for a U.S. Army sergeant arguing he shot a Black Lives Matter aggressor in self-defense, according to BizPac Review.
Sgt. Daniel Perry is charged with having killed a BLM protester who he says pointed a AK-47-style rifle at him, threatening his life when he was driving for Uber in Austin, Texas, at the height of the 2020 summer of social injustice riots after the death of George Floyd.
“It’s an expensive trial to undertake with the need for expert witnesses and stuff and we had a GoFundMe site that’s been taken down and it’s been weighing on him,” attorney Clint Broden told Fox News.
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