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BLM “Triggered” That $6mil Mansion Schemes Break the Law

Black Lives Matter and its co-founder Patrisse Cullors could face civil or criminal penalties for illegally using the organization’s $6 million Los Angeles mansion for Cullors’s private benefit, a watchdog group charged in a complaint filed with the IRS on Thursday.

The watchdog group, National Legal and Policy Center, said in the complaint it was “highly unusual” that BLM Global Network Foundation purchased the mansion in cash through a middleman in October 2020, transferred the deed to an obscure LLC one week later, then concealed the mansion’s existence from its donors for 19 months while Cullors stayed at the property for days at a time and used it in multiple videos posted to her private YouTube channel. Read more…

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