Self defense or murder?

Back in 2020 during a BLM protest in Houston Texas, Daniel Perry was working as a Uber driver who happened to turn into the area of protest when the victim Garrett Foster approached the driver side of his car within 18 inches with an AK-47 on hand but not aimed at Perry, but Perry claimed he "believed" the victim would have aimed at him and shot and killed Garrett Foster.

Perry was convicted of murder to 25 years in prison but the governor pardoned him, now he's free for good.

Opponents say it was politically motivated by right wingers like governor Abbot to pardon Perry and that injustice happened.

What do you think of this whole situation?

Self defense or murder?
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Austin Texas, not Houston.
Self defense or murder?
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