Atlanta activist spent $200G in Black Lives Matter donations on house, personal expenses: FBI




 The FBI has captured the organizer of a Black Lives Matter gathering in Atlanta on misrepresentation and tax evasion charges. 


Sir Maejor Page, 32, was blamed Friday for abusing $200,000 in gifts he requested through Facebook in the interest of Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta, Fox 5 Atlanta detailed Friday. 


Page was captured in Toledo and delivered on bond subsequent to showing up under the steady gaze of an appointed authority through video. He didn't promptly restore messages Saturday from Fox News. 


The Toledo FBI office opened an examination a year ago after a participating observer presented a misrepresentation grumbling against Page, whose genuine name is Tyree Conyers-Page, FBI specialist Matthew Desorbo said in the protest. 


Page established Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta in 2016 and this year took in more than $466,000 in gifts in June, July and August, Desorbo said. 


In entirety, Page has spent over $200,000 on close to home things created from 


gifts got through BLMGA Facebook page with no recognizable buy or consumption 


for social or racial equity," he said. 


The FBI in Toledo said Page vowed to utilize those gifts "for George Floyd" however rather utilized the cash make buys identified with food, eating, diversion, garments, furniture, a home security framework, custom-made suits and extras. 


As indicated by the authority, Page additionally utilized $112,000 of the gave cash to buy a house for himself in Toledo, Ohio. The exchange occurred a month ago. 


People of color Matter of Greater Atlanta couldn't request gifts subsequent to losing its duty absolved status as a foundation in 2019 for neglecting to submit to the IRS 990 government forms posting gifts and uses.

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