Here is her response.pic.twitter.com/s5SM2XKYSq Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) May 5, 2020 In response, Governor Greg Abbott whose order Luther violated, and TX Attorney General Ken Paxton said the sentence was excessive and called for her immediate release

Here is her response.pic.twitter.com/s5SM2XKYSq Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) May 5, 2020 In response, Governor Greg Abbott whose order Luther violated, and TX Attorney General Ken Paxton said the sentence was excessive and called for her immediate release

Here’s response.pic.twitter.com/s5SM2XKYSq Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) May 5, 2020 In response, Governor Greg Abbott whose order Luther violated and TX Attorney General Ken Paxton said the sentence was excessive and called for his immediate release. See statements of @TXAG and me on incarceration Dallas Salon Owner Shelley Luther. Rakes In $ 500K Donation From GoFundMe Texas saloon owner Shelley Luther was ordered to be released by the state Supreme Court after she rose to a judge who called his selfish to keep his business open during the scale State coronavirus lockdown before sentencing her seven days in prison. sentence pic.twitter.com/wyOOllGXgj Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) May 6, 2020 Meanwhile, a GoFundMe account established for Luther ed-blue-states-House-Speaker-Nancy-Pelosi-is-now-pushing-a-guaranteed-minimum-income-for-Americans-struggling-due-to-the-pandemic’>raised more than $ 500,000, and new donations are no longer accepted. pic.twitter.com/DDdcPvo8cx Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) May 7, 2020 Before condemning Luther 46 years, Eric V. BREAKING judge