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Federal Charges for BLM Scammer

Posted on | September 27, 2020 | Comments Off on Federal Charges for BLM Scammer


Talk about foreshadowing. In January 2019, “local activist” Tyree Conyers-Page, “also known as Sir Maejor Page,” was arrested for disrupting a city council meeting in Toledo, Ohio. Three months later, he was arrested for trespassing at a gun violence conference in Toledo, where he was carrying an unlicensed concealed pistol. Given that Page was “local” in Toledo, does it make sense that he would be president of an organization called Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta (BLMGA)? Last time I checked, Atlanta was nearly 700 miles from Toledo, but nevertheless, Page in 2016 had incorporated BLMGA as a 501(c)3 non-profit. After the George Floyd case gained worldwide attention, Page collected nearly half-a-million dollars in contributions:

The FBI on Friday arrested Sir Maejor Page, an activist previously known as Tyree Conyers-Page, for allegedly spending for personal use some $200,000 in donations to what was held out as a Black Lives Matter charity.
The arrest came during a raid of an Old West End house that Mr. Page’s organization, Hi-Frequency Ohio, owns.
Mr. Page is federally charged with one count of wire fraud and two counts of money laundering.
Following his arraignment at 4:30 p.m. on Friday in U.S. Magistrate Judge James R. Knepp’s court, Mr. Page was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond, under the condition that he refrain from the use of Facebook and any fund-raising activity virtually or in person, and that he not open any lines of credit or banking accounts without permission from his probation officer.
If found guilty, Mr. Page could serve up to 50 years in prison and be ordered to pay a $1 million fine; at his arraignment, the state estimated that he is more likely to face 63 to 78 months in prison.
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the case stems from a complaint lodged by a cooperating witness with the FBI’s National Threat Operations Center in April, 2019 alleging that Mr. Page was fraudulently utilizing a Black Lives Matter nonprofit organization by way of misrepresentations and by posing as a Black Lives Matter leader. . . .
In March, 2016, Mr. Page registered BLMGA as a nonprofit corporation with the Georgia Secretary of State Corporations Division and, according to the FBI, assumed the role of corporate president and chief executive officer. He additionally registered the corporation as a tax-exempt charity with the Internal Revenue Service.
But the IRS in May, 2019 revoked BLMGA’s charity tax exemption because of failure to submit IRS Form 990 for three consecutive years, and three months later the state of Georgia administratively dissolved the corporation for failure to file required paperwork.
According to the FBI, however, BLMGA remained listed on Facebook as a nonprofit organization as recently as Sept. 18, and was also so listed on the GoFundMe fund-raising site.
A bank account linked from those social-media pages named “Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta, Inc.” had been opened in 2018 with Mr. Page as its only signatory.

You can read the federal criminal complaint here.


While you’re laughing at the idea of guilt-stricken white liberals pouring money into the pockets of a ridiculous albino from Ohio, thinking they were contributing to Black Lives Matter in Atlanta, ask yourself: How much of the overall BLM project is similarly corrupt?

Interestingly, in June, Page had “parted ways” with a young Toledo activist named Abelino Ruiz, with both of them making accusations against each other. Ruiz called Page “a master manipulator.” Now three months later, the “master manipulator” could be facing more than five years in federal prison. You know who’s happy about this?

Racists, that’s who. This whole pathetic story couldn’t have been more perfectly scripted if David Duke himself had written it.



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