At the BLM march in Austin, there was a man by the name of Garrett Foster that was at the march carrying an AK clone. He was interviewed earlier in the evening by Ian Miles Cheong. You can click here to see the interview. During that interview, he made the following statement:
I think all the people who hate us and, you know, wanna say shit to us are too big of pussies to wanna stop and do anything about it.
Later that night, as the march was stopping traffic, there was a gunfight that resulted Foster’s death. The sounds of the incident were caught on a livestream of the march that can be found here (sorry, it’s Facebook), just fast forward to 1:35:43. On the video, a horn can be heard honking, there is a pause of 8 seconds, and then five shots ring out. There is another pause of about 7 seconds, then three more shots from an obviously smaller firearm.
Mr. Foster, who had served in the military, was armed, but he was not seeking out trouble at the march, relatives and witnesses told reporters. At the time of the shooting, Mr. Foster was pushing his fiancée through an intersection in her wheelchair.